Albert Pujols scores home run as Dominican bids farewell to winter baseball

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Dominican Winter Baseball Championship Albert Pujols had the strength of his bat in his last game, this Friday when he threw his first home run to Lyons del Escoquito, despite which they lost 3-2 to Laos. Gigantes del Cibao at the Quisque Juan Marichal Grounds.

Before the start of the game, the Lions management revealed that the Bouzols would end their participation in the Dominican tournament this Friday, a decision agreed upon by the team and the player.

Pujols, who has scored 679 career home runs in major leagues, hit the ball over the left-field fence in the fourth inning of Giants starter Tyler Alexander for his first stick full-back in Dominican baseball.

With his tabloso, “Rookie” said goodbye to his audience, showing one of the most respected and anticipated characteristics of his actions in this sport, such as his long-running clubs.

The Scarletts took the lead in the sixth game, but after winning the ninth 2-1, the Colts batsmen responded by scoring two rounds in that chapter, with Henry Urutia standing alone, the unstoppable drag of the lead life and into. They stopped their consecutive defeats at five.

In Santiago (north) Aguila Cipenas took two runs in the ninth inning and knocked out Tigres del Laisi, defeating them 4-3 at Chibao Stadium.

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As the game was tied for three, the runners were out for a third and first, with Orlando Calixte banging in front of second paceman Anderson Djedo, who fired a deflected shot off the plate, allowing Ramon Torres to score from the third floor. In the lap of Sibenos.

Before scoring the winning run, Torres scored an undeniable victory, which came close to all against the Blues, with Zero Asencio (0-2) missing the save and the Tigers’ sixth consecutive victory.

Capital took the lead at the top of the eighth inning with a two-run home run by Emilio Bonifacio.

The Yellows took a run at the end of that episode, but with the bases loaded and no outs, Tigers reliever Mac Lemieux outscored Melky Cabrera to create a double play roll that ended the episode. And forced them to come back inside. Ninth.

In the other game of the night, Panamanian Christian Bethancourt responded at the right moment and the Eastern Stars left the field, beating the East Bulls 4-3 in an extra innings at the Tedello Vargas Stadium in San Pedro de Magoris. .

With the runners-up third and first and two out, Bethancourt threw a grounder mid-to-middle, he threw an open shot on the first floor, allowing the Panamanian mask to safely reach the first floor and score the runner from the front room. Win run in the tenth inning.

Junior Lake scored a solo home run to contribute to Green’s success.

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For the Bulls, who lost for the fifth time in six games, Peter O’Brien scored two runs and continued his good moment in the match.

With the Legends game set to take place this weekend, teams will not be taking action as there will be other activities next Sunday and the Stars weekend in Litom.

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