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Pinar stopped Villa Clara in the National Baseball Series

The two pitchers who signed the come-from-behind shutout did not give out tickets.

THE LEADER Pinar del Río painted Villa Clara 6×0 on Wednesday and broke its six-game winning streak in the 63rd National Baseball Series.

At their Capitán San Luis stadium, the Vegueros from Pinar del Río got their second win in the tournament, with the second victory of starter Mario Valle and the third save of Yan Carlos García. None of them granted any tickets.

The center fielder Luis Pablo Acosta, who hit 16 hits and left 13 runners on base, was the most outstanding hitter for the Vegueros, who hit 5-3 with one runner on base. The Villaclareños Azucareros committed four errors.

Meanwhile, the monarch exponent Las Tunas, in a bad moment, suffered its fifth successive defeat. This one came by a 18×8 knockout against Matanzas, which is going through an excellent stage marked by five consecutive victories.

At the Victoria de Girón Park, the hosts Cocodrilos Yumurinos got the better of a festival of hits (26 runs, 34 hits, five home runs in total) and bad defense, given the record of eight errors.

Mentor Armando Ferrer’s team had 21 hits, with Luis Ángel Sánchez, who hit 4-4, with two foul balls to the plate, standing out.

Eduardo Blanco also contributed to the victors’ cause, immersed in one of his best seasons with his lumber. He had three hits and an equal number of towers in four innings.

There were homers by local José Amaury Noroña and Andrys Pérez, while in the Tuneras’ ranks Yudier Rondón, Rafael Viñales and Denis Peña hit Teammate 190 out of the park.

Second smile for rookie Jorge Isbel Blanco. The Leñadores tuneros committed six errors.

Industriales also knocked out Camagüey 19×7, with 16 singles and home runs by Ariel Hechevarría and Yasiel Santoya, who drove in five runs and scored four. The Agramontinos failed five times on defense.

And Mayabeque hit three complete round-trippers to lead the 14×7 win against Granma. For the losers, Alfredo Despaigne hit his 16th home run to extend his lead as leader.

In the remaining challenges, Artemisa won 9×3 against Holguín, Guantánamo 9×7 against Cienfuegos and Ciego de Ávila 8×7 against Isla de la Juventud, with Yan Carlos Díaz’s sixth save and four RBIs for Alexander Jiménez.

In addition, Santiago de Cuba defeated Sancti Spíritus 5×4, with a home run and four runs by international Yoelkis Guibert.

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