Conclusion – El Laisi won for the fifth time in a row and climbed to second place

Right-hander Erwin Santana threw five one-round innings and David Thompson beat two two-score RBI doubles 7–0 Estrelos Oriental 7–0 at Tetrelo Vargas Stadium last night.

It was the fifth consecutive victory for the Tigers and the 15th victory this season against 14 defeats. This is the third blue win over the Stars in a 3-3 series between the two teams. By their side, the Orientals are still in first place in the tournament with their record of 17-12.

The victory matched the experienced pitcher Erwin Santana (1-1) with five innings of a career, three wins, two walks and seven strikeouts. Jonathan Aroval, who worked without a problem, was released in sixth place. Genesis Cabrera served as the seventh vacancy. Jean Carlos Mejia accepted a lap in the eighth and was released by Aaron Barrett. Gonzalez Germen finished ninth.

Lost reliever Matt Boberico (0-4) was able to make only one out of six touchdowns in sixth place. Starter Andy Ottero pitched well in five innings, allowing a round with five wins, two walks and five strikeouts.

Erwin Santana hit the Oriental Rubber first in the second inning, while Jeremy Pena hit the pace when the third runner hit the double.

The Tigers equalized at the top of the fourth inning against opener Andy Ottero. Aristides Aquino started the episode with four bad balls. Michael de la Cruz swings and is out. Jermin Mercedes also blew the breeze. Aquino Middle steals and doubles David Thompson’s right field.

They designed two lines and took control of the game and paid back in sixth place. Aquino returned to negotiate a transfer before Matt Pobereyko’s export, who replaced Otero in the innings.

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De la Cruz batting, Aquino went to third on a wild pitch. De la Cruz scored the Reserve Bank’s Single Two Center. Mercedes flew to the center. Thompson again fired producer Tube for third-round Indigo.

But the Bengali attacking party did not end there as in the ninth game, Jorge Bonifacio scored an RBI double with three more points to tie the game at 6-2. Then Mercedes sent the hit maker.

For the Blues, David Thompson hit two doubles and two runs; Jorge Bonifacio wins three-round double RBI; Michael de la Cruz hit two wins and drove in one lap; Dawel Lugo scored a double and a single; Emilio Bonifacio and Chris Owings won. Aristides Aquino negotiated two walks and scored twice.

For the Stars, Socrates joined Brito 4-4, including two doubles, with Gustavo Nunes and Jeremy Pena scoring a win for the Stars’ unstoppable six.

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