Luis Medina pitched the effectively the first three innings for the Toros.
The Toros del Este and Leones del Esgido engaged in a pitching duel in which the Romanenses took the best part with a 1-0 victory, in a match held at the Francisco A. Micheli Stadium, in this city. It was their second win in a row, their first time this season, and their second shutout against the Scarlets this year. The victory allows the Bulls to climb to fifth position, sending the Lions to the last place in the table.
That maintains the bullfighting dominance against the Reds, in the last 4 seasons, including this one and the playoffs, the Bulls have a 24-10 record against the Lions, with a 14-4 record at the Corral< br /> Los Toros produced the only round of the game in the fourth inning against reliever Denyi Reyes with an RBI hit by Yamaico Navarro, allowing Rodolfo Castro to step on the plate with the decisive one.
Jhonny Brito (1-0, 0.00) made his debut scoring the victory after working 1.2 shutout innings of two hits with three strikeouts.
Luis Medina opened the pitch. He went through the game pitching 3 scoreless innings, with only 2 hits, one walk and four strikeouts. from there henceforth, the bullfighting relay was combined with to pitch 6 shutout innings of just 2 hits, a walk, and 8 strikeouts.
The loss went to Denyi Reyes (0-1, 6.75) by pitching 1.1 innings in one round, two hits and two walks, while Fernando Abad withdrew his lead. ninth in easy fashion to earn his third save of the season and 19th; of his career, tying with José & eacute; Valverde in the 4th; historic place in the franchise.
For the Bulls, Yamaico Navarro 3-1, one RBI; Jesús Sánchez 3-1; Cristian Adames 1-1, two walks and Rodolfo Castro scored. one run.
For the Lions, Starlin Castro 3-2; Jhonatan Guzmán and Sandro Fabián had one hit each.
The Bulls rest this Thursday and on Friday they travel to Santiago to face the Aguilas. the opener.