Joe Hudson homers and the Águilas Cibaeñas beat Gigantes again

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  • Joe Hudson homers and the Águilas Cibaeñas beat Gigantes again

    Joe Hudson, of the Águilas Cibaeñas, watch the trajectory of his home run against the Gigantes del Cibao.

Home run by catcher Joe Hudson, a three-run producer, decided the game. It was the second consecutive victory of the Águilas Cibaeñas over the Gigantes del Cibao, with a score of 6-3, to complete the first half of the 2022-23 season of the dedicated professional baseball league with a record of 18-7. to the memory of Tomás Troncoso Cuesta, in a match held at the Julián Javier stadium.

Las Águilas is the first team to complete half of the 50-game regular series. This was his 154th career win against neighboring rivals who have won him 115 challenges.

The win was credited to his 115th challenge. reliever Rodrigo Benoit (3-1), who filled in for Rodrigo Benoit. left-handed Cuban Onelki García, who opened the second round. He lost the game and was pulled in the second inning after allowing two runs, one of them undeserved.

The relay of the yellows, which silenced the The offensive of the Northeastern until the ninth, counted the Thanks to the good work of Benoit, who faced many difficulties. He struck out nine batters, in 2.2 scoreless innings of one-hit, striking out 1-2. He beat three rivals and withdrew the ball. to seven in a row.

Then they paraded through the box for the Águilas, Frank Germán (4), Darío Álvarez (5), Yohan Ramírez (6) , Geoff Hartlieb (6), Francis Martes (8) and Neftalí Happy (9).

Jorge Martínez (1-2) charged the ball. The Giants lost after working five four-run innings, as many hits, one walk and two strikeouts, with 19 batters faced.  

They followed him on the mound. ;culo Reyes Moronta (6), Juan Minaya (7), Christian Montes de Oca (8), Luis Santos (8) and Víctor Capellán (9).

The Gigantes opened the scoring with a return in the first inning against García with a single to Tito Polo's box, who advanced to the field. He moved to second base due to an illegal movement (balk) by the pitcher, stepping on the rubber by mistake in Aneury Tavarez's fielding on Carlos Peguero's drive to left field to go up 1-0.

With Garcia's turmoil in the second inning, the Giants scored another run after three straight bases-loading walks, being replaced by Benoit, who retired the ball. with Iván Castillo elevated and with Polo's sacrifice to the center-back, Wladimir Balentién scored the goal. the one with the 2-0 advantage and then Hanser Alberto missed the ball. with a lob to second base.

The Águilas produced a four-run cluster in the second against Martínez, who after one out was punished with a double to Johan Camargo's center, single to second base Eguy Rosario's left-hander, eliminated at second due to a fielder's choice hit by Yairo Muñoz, who reaches the first base, then advancing to second due to an undisputed hit by Ramón Torres, followed by catcher Hudson's three-run home run to make the score 4-2.

The eaglets increased their advantage with two more in the eighth produced by a double by Muñoz who drove a shot. He hit Jerar Encarnación on base for balls and Rosario fired a shot. simple and advanced with Muñoz's tubey to then score the second via Ramón Torres' sacrifice fly to right field, to make it 6-2.

The Giants' third run was the product of Hanser Alberto's solo home run in the ninth off closer Feliz.  

The most prominent offensive players for the Eagles were Hudson with his decisive three-run home run. ; Torres, with double and single; Rosario, with a pair of hits; Johan Camargo a double; and Cade Gotta, a single.

For the Giants, Henry Urrutia, double and single, Edwin Espinal pair of hits; Alberto, a home run; and Polo, Kelvin Gutiérrez and Iván Castillo, an indisputable each.

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