Aguilas Sibenas defeated DiCres del Laisi 5-4 in 10 innings at the Sibao Stadium this Friday night with a single with the bases mounted on the left forest wall of Soilo Almond. Santiago de los Caballeros.
This is the fifth consecutive defeat for the Tigers (3-5), with Aguiluchos raising their record to 6-2 to retain the top spot.
The win was won by Tario Alvarez (1-0), Aquila’s third pitcher Ramon Rosso, who had three innings, one win, one walk and four strikeouts. Joan Adon opened, followed by Jose Quas (0.1), Rosso (3.0), Luis Felipe Castillo (1.0), Naphtali Felice (1.0), Jose Adams (0.2) and Alvarez (0.1).
Adonis Medina was the starter for the Tigers and allowed four unqualified rounds, two walks and a strikeout in the 1.2 innings. They were followed by Danny Jimenez (1.1), Jonathan Arrow (2.0), Jean Carlos Magia (2.0), Oliver Ortega (1.0), Giro Asencio (1.0) and Jose Marte (0-1). .
The Tigers took a run in the first inning from Harrier starter Joan Adon, who added a walk to Eric Mejia, who went for a second on a deflected pitch, went for a third with a shortstop Dowell Luco and landed a pitcher without the help of Honley Ramirez.
Jorge Bonifacio made his season debut when they started the episode with a home run outside the left-field fence, and they got the second round in the second inning.
Following two outs by Blue starter Adonis Medina, the Eagles took control of the stakes with a four-run rally in the second inning, thanks to a pace-loaded single and a double-to-left field by Liodie Tavares, who drove two runs through Lloyd Tavares. Ramon Torres, who brought the two home. The mistakes made by Medina and Catcher Brian Servan are costly.
Lycee scored third in the fourth game against Adon, two minutes later, a win for Bonifacio’s center-back, who stole second place, infield hit Aristides Aquino (another debutant) and Luis Barrera’s busher single on the left field.
In the first half of the ninth inning, Tigress equalized against newcomer Naphtali Belize. Once out, Aquino was isolated and replaced by pinch-runner Nick Heath. Barrera walked over and hit the right field to drive pinch-hitter Ronnie Mauricio Heath.
Against the Tigers Bonifacio had a homer, two singles with two runs, Aquino had two wins, Barrera, Tejada, Mauricio were able to combine one each.
Torres had a double and a single with two RBIs for the Eagles, Daveras had a single with his double RBI and John Nokovsky did the same as Almond did.