Esmil Rogers launches for the Tigres del Licey against He defeated the Leones del Escogido in Saturday night's game.
Esmil Rogers pitched the ball. He put up five shutout innings and Michael De La Cruz drove in a scoreless drive. He scored three runs to lead the Tigres del Licey to a 6-1 victory over the Leones del Escogido in a game on Saturday night in the continuation of the Don Tomás Troncoso Cuesta autumn-winter baseball tournament
The party, which began with at 7:15 p.m. instead of 5:00 p.m. as scheduled due to the rains, it meant that we had to wait. It was their fourth win in as many games against the Leones.
Licey's record rose to 15-6 and Rogers improved to 15-6. to 2-1 with a 0.42 earned run percentage. He gave in He had three hits, walked and struck out. to seven. He was followed in the box by Nate Pearson (6), Luis Frías (7), Jean Carlos Mejía (8) and Gonzalez Germen (9).
Víctor Santos (0-1) charged the ball. He was reversed by the red team by allowing two hits and two undeserved runs with a walk and a strikeout in two innings. The route was completed by Domingo Tapia (3), Brent Honeywell (4), Trey Wingenter (6), Franklyn Kilomé (7), Anderson Severino (7) and Jesús Liranzo (8).
The Tigers scored two runs in the second inning against the starting pitcher for El Escogido, Víctor Santos. They loaded the bases with a single to shortstop Ramón Hernández, Elly De La Cruz reached on the second. by mistake of the shortstop and Arístides Aquino received the ball. He walked.
Michael De La Cruz forced the ball. He hit Aquino at second, which he took advantage of. Hernández to score. Elly De La Cruz went to the anteroom and stepped on the ball. Dawel Lugo grounded out to first when Michael De La Cruz came back to hit the plate. safe to first base.
In the fifth they scored another against reliever Honeywell. Luis Barrera received a He drew a ticket and was withdrawn on a fielder's choice hit by Emilio Bonifacio, who stole the ball. He dropped out of middle school and scored. by simple to the right meadow of Ronny Mauricio.
Michael De La Cruz, with a double of two, and Luis Barrera with a single drove in all three rounds for the Tigers in the eighth against relievers Anderson Severino, the first, and Jesús Liranzo, the second.
< p>The Chosen One avoided the shutout in the ninth against Germen by combining a walk to Peter O'Brien, a single by Jimmy Paredes and a sacrifice fly by Yanier Díaz after one out.
Hernández and Barrera had two hits each, Michael De La Cruz doubled, Jorge Bonifacio and Ronny Mauricio singled each.
O&cute; Brien had a double, Sandro Fabián, Jimmy Paredes, Engel Beltré and others. and Eddys Leonard, a single each for the Leones.
El Licey will be there. He is back in action this Sunday when visit the Chosen One starting at four in the afternoon at the Quisqueya Juan Marichal stadium.