Baseball – Jose Siri hits two home runs and the Giants clinch the game

Jose Siri hit two solo homers and Marcel Ozuna added another homer as the Gigantes del Cibao defeated Tigres del Lici 3-0 in the Don Tomas Troncoso Cuesta Fall-Winter Baseball Tournament on Monday night.

The Giants also had a seven-pitcher lineup that completely silenced the Blue Bats.

It was the 24th win for Francomagorisons against 22 losses. It will be their third time against the Indigos who have beaten them six times.

On his side, the Tigers lost their third game in a row and dropped their record to 29-15.

Juan Minaya (2-1) got the win after throwing one scoreless inning with a strikeout. Starter Willy Peralta pitched four scoreless two-hit innings with one walk and six strikeouts. They shot Huascar Prazopan (5), Jose Cisnero in the 6th, Angel de Jesus (7), Enrique Burgos (7), and Minaya in the eighth.

Fernando Rodney pitched a scoreless ninth.

Albert Abreu (0-2) took the loss for the Blues, going four one-run innings, with a home run from Siri, five hits and two strikeouts. Followed by De Los Santos (5), Jean Carlos Mejia (6), Genesis Cabrera (7) and Hansel Robles in eighth place.

Fernando Rodney pitched a scoreless ninth.

Highlights
Luis Barrera, Davel Lugo (double), Taylor Colway, Ronnie Mauricio and Jair David Camargo recorded a hit for the Tigers.

For the Giants, Siri hit two of his home runs, as did Marcell Ozuna.

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The Giants took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the third inning on Jose Siri’s solo run against pitches by Blue starter Albert Abreu.

Siri’s second solo home run in the fifth inning put them back up 2-0 against reliever Enil de Los Santos.

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They stepped back to the plate in the eighth thanks to a Marcell Ozuna home run.

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