Yamaico Navarro greets the players afterwards that the Bulls beat the Cibao Giants 5 laps to 1
6 solid innings, Yamaico Navarro drove in an RBI. a couple of laps Rodolfo Castro had a good debut, so that the Toros del Este beat the Gigantes del Cibao 5-1, in a match held this Saturday at the Francisco A. Micheli Stadium.
The win breaks a 2-game losing streak for the Bulls (5-12), while the Giants (8-9) lose their fourth in a row.
Tehran (1-2, 3.63) was masterful and faced. He went to the minimum for 6 innings where he barely allowed a win. 1 hit, did not walk and struck out 6 batters, scoring the victory. The Colombian joined Raúl Valdés as the only bullfighting openers with a 6-episode opening in the season. The defeat went to starter Pedro Fernández (1-2, 4.82) as he allowed 4 runs and 6 hits in 5 innings.
In the last 10 games, the starters for the Toros have an ERA of 2.46, only surpassed by the starters for Licey.
of the rest, the left-handed Emailin Montilla turned off the He threatened the Giants in the seventh when they loaded the bases with no outs, but he struck out. to Juan Francisco to keep the Giants at zero. In total, the bullfighting relievers completed 3 episodes of 1 lap, paraded through the box Tim Peterson, Montilla, Wandisson Charles and the left-handed Fernando Abad took out. the last 3 outs.
The Bulls hit 4-for-9 with runners in scoring position, while the bullfighting arms limited the Giants to 0-for-3 with runners in scoring position.
As they scored
The Bulls got up early with two runs in the second inning, just the fourth time this season that the bullfighting troupe has scored first in a game, thanks to RBI singles by Yamaico Navarro that led to the second inning. He brought Cristhian Adames to the plate and David Bañuelos then brought Navarro himself to the rubber.
In the sixth, the owners of Corral scored another 2 laps, the debutant Rodolfo Castro gave an RBI double that allowed him to score. Esteury Ruiz scored from second, then Castro stole a shot. the anteroom and wrote down thanks to a throwing error by catcher José; Tena.
The Giants opened the scoreboard in the eighth inning with a huge home run by Wladimir Balentien, his first of the season.
The bullfighting troop recovered that lap of advantage when Yamaico Navarro singled for the shortstop who took advantage of it. pinch runner Alen Hanson to score from second base.
For the Bulls, Yamaico Navarro 4-2 with 1 run scored and 2 RBIs, Rodolfo Castro 4-1, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 base stolen, Cristhian Adames 3-2 with 1 run scored and David Bañuelos 3-1 with 1 RBI.
For the Giants, Balentien 3-1, home run, 1 run scored and 1 RBI , Tito Polo 4-2
The Bulls travel this Sunday to Santo Domingo to face the Lions, Ronald Bolaños will start the match. for the Bulls, will face to Humberto Mejía.