Javier López throws a game without a hit in Mexican baseball

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  • Javier López launches a no-hitter in baseball in México

    Javier López is carried by his companions Team leaders after throwing the 51st no-hitter in the history of the Mexican Pacific League.

Javier Arturo López pitched On Saturday, the 51st game without a hit or a run in the history of the Mexican Pacific League, for the Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón to beat the Mayos of Navojoa 6-0.

Ló ;fish led It was a perfect game until the seventh episode, when Zach Kirtley traded. a walk after two outs. The opener finished. with nine innings without hits or runs, he only gave away he walked a base on balls and decorated his jewel with 11 swings.

It was the first no-hitter, no-run game on tour since Oct. 28, 2018, when Orlando Lara clinched the win. the feat pitching for the Charros de Jalisco.

The defeat was for Rogelio Martínez, after allowing four hits and four runs in two innings and two thirds.

Ví ctor Mendoza batted 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, while Yadir Drake went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.

In Monterrey, Leo Germán batted. 2-for-4 with three RBIs and Ricardo Valenzuela shook up his game. He scored a solo home run in the 5-1 victory of the Venados de Mazatlan over the Sultanes de Monterrey, to tie his fifth consecutive victory. the victory with an episode and two thirds without allowing runs. lost Gabino Ávalos, despite only allowing two runs and three hits in five innings.

In Zapopan, the defending champions Charros de Jalisco extended their good moment thanks to a five-run attack in the bottom of the seventh chapter, which gave them their fourth win in a row by scoreboard of 9-7 over the Áacute; eagles of Mexicali.

Missael Rivera wore On offense, he went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs. Fernando Flores went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Christian Villanueva chipped in. two hits with two RBIs to lead the attack of the Charros.

Erick Preciado withdrew; a batsman but benefited The reaction of his team to win the game, while the setback went to Roque Gutiérrez, shaken with five touchdowns in his brief relief of just a third of an inning.

In Culiacá ;n, Rodolfo Amador connected. a two-run homer and Lázaro Alonso hit a two-run homer. He went 2-1 with a double and two RBIs, in the 5-1 victory of the Cañeros de Los Mochis over the Tomateros.

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