Steve Moyers launched the ball. five blank tickets against the Leones del Escogido.
Jair Camargo towed three runs and Steve Moyers worked hard. He played five scoreless innings to lead the Tigres del Licey to a 6-1 victory over the Leones del Escogido in the game this Sunday afternoon in the continuation of the autumn baseball tournament. Invernal Don Tomás Troncoso.
Now, the Tigers have won in the five matches they have had this season with the red team, raising their overall record to 16 wins and six losses. They have also succeeded in eight out of 10 as visitors.
Moyers (3-0, 0.75) pitched 1-0. five innings of five hits, one unearned run and three strikeouts. He was followed in the box by Jonathan Aro (6), Hansel Robles (7), Héctor Pérez (8) and Jairo Asencio (9).
Ivña Nova (0-2, 4.35) loaded the with the setback with work of 2.1 episodes, 4 unstoppables, two clean runs, two tickets and one strikeout. Robinson Martínez, Brian Morán, Aneurys Zabala, Steven Cruz and Gerson Bautista finished the job for the scarlets.
The Licey marked the goal. He scored two in the third inning against Nova by combining a single to the center field by Ronny Mauricio, a double to the left by Ramón Hernández, an RBI hit by Elly De La Cruz to the right and a sacrifice fly to the right field by Jair Camargo.< /p>
In the fourth against reliever Martínez they scored the third with a single to Luis Barrera's right field and a double by Mauricio.
El Escogido made one in the closing of the quarter against Moyers due to a double by Sandro Fabián to the left meadow, he advanced to the left field. he moved to third when Pedro Severino reached on the base. He missed an error on a throw by shortstop Elly De La Cruz and scored a second. on a sacrifice fly to right by Peter O’Brien.
The Tigers hit another off Martinez in the fifth on a single to left by Elly De La Cruz, who stole the spot. the second and scored. with a single to Camargo's center-back.
They achieved another in the sixth against Zabala with a triple to Jorge Bonifacio's center-back and another RBI hit from Camargo to the left.