Winter Baseball – Nunes and Canoe lead the Eastern Stars to victory

The Eastern Stars finished second in the standings alone, defeating DiCres del Lisi 11-3 in a match related to the semifinals of the 2021-2022 Fall-Winter Baseball Tournament. This capital.

This is the third consecutive victory for the Stars, who broke their second-placed draw with the Tigers (falling for the third time in a row) and accidentally broke their own record of 6-6, while the Blues equalized. Aguilas, who defeated Gigantes del Chibao (8-4), finished last with a score of 5-7.

The stars will be measured this Tuesday at the Aguilas Cipenas at the Cipao Stadium in Santiago de los Caballeros. The match is scheduled to start at 7.30pm. Panamanian Andy Ottero will take the stage.

Six races in the fourth inning were key to the Green Flag team’s third road victory in six games.

Gustavo Nunes returned to record a good attacking game, combining three wins with five RBIs with five wins. Also Robinson Cano and Yamaiko Navarro shone in the box with two RBIs each.

Dowell Lugo, who scored a home run in the ninth inning, was crucial to Lizzie.

Victory fell to reliever Samuel Sassuetta (1-0) and Daniel Corcino (0-1) at the other end.

For the stars Ronnie Garcia started the game with four full innings, five wins, one run, one walk and four strikeouts. Zazueta (2.0), followed by Shia Spitzbart (1.0) and Evan MacLane (2.0).

For the Tigers he started at Mount Corcino with an innings and two-thirds win, two runs and four transfers. He was picked up by Julius Joaquin (2.0), Randy Valladolid (0.0), Eric Marines (0.1), Mauricio Cabrera (2.0), Reyes Moronda (1.0), Hector Perez (1.0) and Afridi Gomez (1.0).

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The Tigers scored first on the board. At the end of the first inning, Peter O’Brien hit a strong line that hit the pitcher, and Anderson Thejoda scored from the third.

At the top of the second inning, Paquidermos took control of the game as a result of a two-run RBI single centered on Gustavo Nunes.

In the fourth inning, the Stars formed a six-round rally. Nunes was first produced with a line to the Central Forest; Robinson Kano hit a short fly ball behind the third floor and entered the second. With the bases loaded, Yamaiko Navarro threw an unstoppable victory at the production hub in two rounds. Domingo Leba then pushed the final part of the episode to Center Field with a win.

In the fifth game, San Pedro de Majoris again injured the Tigress relay with two runs, one by Christian Bethancourt and the other by Junior Lake’s unstoppable.

At the end of the seventh innings, the Tigers scored a goal on a wild pitch.

Ninth, the Stars had another win with Alfredo Reyes on the right field. At the end of that inning, Blues Dowell scored the last run with a home run on Luko’s left field.

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