Stars maintains great dominance over the Chosen One

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  • Estrellas maintains great dominance over El Escogido

    Relief pitcher Ronel Blanco signed up for the second round. the rescue.

The relay of the Stars, led by Ronel Blanco, contained this Sunday the offensive of the Leones del Escogido in only two hits to win 4- 1 in a match held at the Tetelo Vargas Stadium in this city.

Blanco was the “Star Player”


“This is what we needed,” Blanco told the All-Star broadcast network after the game. “This is the beginning of many good things for the Stars. My mentality is to continue helping the team win” the reliever, who had the curveball as his best weapon against the four batters he faced.

The victory allowed him to It helped the green team end a four-game losing streak and move within a game of fourth place, which is close to the end of the game. He was in possession of the Toros del Este, who lost to the Gigantes del Cibao at the Julián Javier Stadium in San Francisco de Macorís.

The victory allowed him to win. The Petromacorisan team increased their lead in the particular series against the Lions 5-2.

The victory was credited to the team. Jakob Hernández (1-0), who pitched the ball. an entree and a third of a punch. The setback was for Aneurys Zabala (0-3), after giving up the go-ahead run to the All-Stars in the seventh inning.

Edward Olivares commanded the He led the All-Star offense with two RBIs, while Rainer Núñez hit the ball. three hits.

For the scarlets, imported Robert Neustrom was the best, driving in the only run.

By the Stars began the Yennsy Díaz, who worked in the three five-hit innings, one run, one walk and five strikeouts. He was seconded by Franklin Van Gurp (1.1), Luis González (0.2), Dayeison Arias (1.2), Hernández (1.1) and Blanco (1.0).

Meanwhile, for the Leones he started ; Tanner Anderson, with the work of three episodes of two hits and three transfers. He was replaced by Domingo Tapia (1.0), Jesús Liranzo (1.0), Rhiner Cruz (1.0), Zabala (1.0), Pedro Strop (0.2) and Steven Cruz (0.1).

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The Lions were the first to score. In the third inning, Robert Neustrom hit a ball. a single that brought Otto López to the rubber from third.

In the fifth inning, the Stars evened the score on an RBI single by Erick Mejía. Then, in the seventh, the green team took over. party control. Edward Olivares hit the ball. The grounder grounded out to third base and third baseman Joseph Rosa made a wild throw to the plate, Gustavo Núñez arriving safe.

In the eighth, the Stars returned to the attack with two more runs. Núñez connected the López grounded to second base and López threw a grounder. the ball went badly to the receiver, scoring Emilio Gustave from third, while the second came from Olivares' RBI single.

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