Giants come from behind and beat Licey 6-5

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  • Giants come from behind and beat Licey 6-5

    Yeison Asencio, from Licey, is put out at first base by pitcher Thomas Dorminy, of the Gigantes.

Five relievers combined to silence the Tigres del Licey offense for eight innings as the Gigantes del Cibao erased one day of the game. five-round deficit, come from behind and defeat them 6-5, in the first game of a doubleheader this Tuesday at the Quisqueya Juan Marichal stadium in the continuation of the Don Tomás fall-winter baseball tournament. Troncoso.
 
With their victory, the Giants consolidate their third place in the baseball tournament with a 16-15 mark, and at the same time they achieve their second win against their rival tonight.
 
While the Tigres (20-9) now put their particular series 4-2 against the francomacorisanos.
 
The victory corresponded to for reliever Víctor Capellán (1-0) and the defeat for Frank Garcés (1-1). Fernando Rodney threw the ball. the ninth scoreless for the save.
 
For the Giants, Kelvin Gutiérrez hit 1-2. He went 3-for-5, including a home run and three RBIs. Carlos Paulino from 3-2.Henry Urrutia, Tito Polo and José Sirí they had a hit.
 
For the Tigers, Jorge Bonifacio doubled two runs. Jair David Camargo with a two-round RBI single. Alex Call, Ronny Mauricio, Ramón Hernández and Dawel Lugo with a hit.
 
The Tigers took control of the game in the first inning, scoring five runs off Thomas Dorminy on three singles by Alex Call, Ronny Mauricio and Ramón Hernández to load the bases. Arístides Aquino negotiated transfer scoring Call. Yeison Asencio delivered the award. the first out with an RBI grounder for first baseman without assistance. Jair David Camargo hit the ball. unstoppable to the right meadow producer of two laps. Jorge Bonifacio dispatched the double pusher of two more rounds to put the game 5-0.
 
The Giants began to discount the score in the high of the second inning by Carlos Paulino's unstoppable against starter Brooks Hall . They returned to fight back in the third with three more scores by balk from the pitcher and a home run with one by Kelvin Gutiérrez to make the game 5-4.
 
The Francomacorisans tied the game Carlos Paulino was beaten in the fifth by a walk with the bases loaded, and they went up in the sixth when José hit the ball. Sirí he scored from third base on a wild pitch from pitcher Hansel Robles.

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