En este momento estás viendo Gallos seek to secure sub-series against Matanzas in Cuban baseball

Gallos seek to secure sub-series against Matanzas in Cuban baseball

The Gallos of Sancti Spíritus team will seek here today to maintain the lead in the tournament and secure the subseries against Matanzas, a team that has four straight losses in the Elite League of Cuban Baseball (LEBC).

The inspired espirituanos lead the standings of the island’s winter championship with a 5-1 record, after a pair of victories over the Cocodrilos in this city in the center of the country.

In yesterday’s game, they won 4-3, after a comeback in the eighth inning with runs pushed by Yunier Mendoza’s jit and Yaser Julio González’s sacrifice fly.

The third pitcher of the Gallos, Ariel Zerquera (3.2 IP, 3H, 1K, 1BB) got the win and Yanielquis Duardo (1.0 IP, 1BB) put the cap on the game.

The other duels of Monday’s day left the respective bilateral commitments even when Santiago de Cuba also flipped the slate against Industriales and Artemisa returned the knockout to Las Tunas.

The Avispas Orientales overcame the Leones by 7-6, a score defined by a three-run package in the seventh inning, when they executed a squeeze play and a wild pitching by Frank Herrera opened the doors to home plate to two runners.

Reliever Yosiel Serrano (2.1IP, 1H, 1BB) was the winner and Adrián Sosa’s resume was saved, despite allowing three hits and giving up one ticket in 1.1 innings of work.

For the blue team, Raico Santos hit his second home run of the season and leads the team, whereas the surprising note is provided by the Matanzas batters, who have not yet hit a home run.

The other game ended prematurely, with Artemisa winning over Las Tunas (12-2), thanks to the complete work of pitcher Yunieski García (7.0 IP, 2CL, 9H, 5K) and a 16-inning offense led by Andy Cosme (4-3, 4CI, 2CA), José Antonio Jiménez (4-2, 2CI), Ronmy Proenza (2.2, 2CI, 2CA) and Osbel Pacheco (3-3, 2CA).

Sancti Spíritus (5-1) is followed by Industriales (4-2), Santiago de Cuba (3-3), and last place is shared by Las Tunas, Matanzas, and Artemisa, all with a 2-4 record.

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