Hall's pitching and three home runs lead Licey against Gigantes

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    Brooks Hall, from Licey, appears during his outing against the Gigantes del Cibao.

Arístides Aquino fired a gun. A three-run home run in the third inning, Sergio Alcántara added a shot. another two-touchdown in the sixth  and the opener  Brooks Hall launched five innings of a run for the Tigres del Licey to beat the Gigantes del Cibao 8-1, in the continuation of the Don Tomás Troncoso Cuesta winter baseball tournament, at the Julián Javier Stadium in this city

The Bengalese also had a home run from Jair David Camargo, and unstoppable pushers from Ramón Hernández and Ronny Mauricio.
 
For the Tigers it was their fifth consecutive victory to put their ré cord at 18-6, and incidentally return to first place. On his side, the Giants put their record at 12-14. for Hall (1-1) by throwing five three-hit, one-run innings with six strikeouts. lost Nick Struck (0-2) being penalized for two runs, three hits, two walks and one strikeout.
 
Hall was relieved in the sixth inning by Luis Frías, Arodys Vizcaíno (7th), Jonathan Aro (8th) and Jean Carlos Mejía in the ninth.
 
For the Tigers, Arístides Aquino hit the ball. three-round home run, Sergio Alcántara hit the ball. two-run home run, Ronny Mauricio hit the ball. from 4-3; Jair David Camargo hit the ball. home run with three runs scored. Ramón Hernández and Emilio Bonifacio gave hits.
 
For the Giants, José Sirí hit two hits; Carlos Peguero a double, Hanser Alberto and Carlos Paulino an indisputable.
 
The races
The Bengalese broke the ice in the very first inning by manufacturing a return against the shipments of the opener  Nick Struck. Bonifacio opened the door. the episode with indisputable by the meadow on the right. Sergio Alcántara negotiated the contract. transfer.  Ronny Mauricio failed. flied out for third but Ramón Hernández dispatched the ball. The first score of the game was scored by Bonifacio from second base. Sirí and Hanser Alberto's RBI single off Brooks Hall pitches.
 
The Tigers countered with another run for a home run to the right by Jair David Camargo in the top of the second inning.
 
The Blues returned to the charge in the top of the third inning by making three runs against reliever Víctor Capellán. Alcántara received an award. four bad balls starting the episode. Mauricio connected unstoppable by the left. Ramón Hernández and Elly De La Cruz struck out, but Arístides Aquino struck out. He hit a three-run home run to make it 5-1.
 
The Tigers produced one more in the fourth inning after Mauricio's uncatchable RBI hitter.
 
No they settled there, and their offensive was left untouched. feel again in the top of the sixth with two more scores as a result of a home run with a teammate in circulation of Sergio Alcántara.

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