Rainer Núñez when connecting his winning single in the Tetelo Vargas.
The Stars left the Toros del Este on the field by winning 5-4 in a match held at the Tetelo Vargas Stadium in this city, corresponding to the tournament fall-winter 2022-2023 baseball season.
With the bases loaded and out, Rainer Núñez was the “Star Player” de las Estrellas by connecting a hit to right field that brought two runs to the rubber against reliever Fernando Abad, who went to the showers with the loss.
This important victory keeps the Stars (10-14) in the fourth qualifying position and, incidentally, takes a game and a half ahead of the Bulls (8-15) in the tournament that is taking place. Dedicated to the memory of Mr. Tomás Troncoso Cuesta, as an option for the Banreservas Cup. Likewise, they were placed a game and a half behind the Gigantes del Cibao (11-12), who fell 6-2 against the Águilas Cibaeñas at the Julián Javier Stadium in San Francisco de Macorís. /p>
The victory was credited to him by the team. reliever Ronel Blanco (2-0), who pitched in on the pitch. the ninth inning of two tickets and two strikeouts.
The victory allows the green banner troop to lead the particular series against the bullfighting team, now with a record of three victories against one defeat.
The designated Sandber Pimentel also had his participatory share, who pushed the lead. two of the five runs for the greens, one of them by a solitary homer in the sixth inning.
The most outstanding player for the Bulls was Jesús Sánchez, who hit the ball. two hits in five at-bats, including a double and an RBI.
By the Stars began the On the mound was Shaun Anderson, who worked for the first time. four innings of just two hits, one transfer and five strikeouts of the 15 batters he faced. He was replaced by Yennsy Díaz (0.0), Luis González (0.1), Franklin Van Gurp (0.1), Jakob Hernández (1.1), Diógenes Almengández. (1.0), Chester Pimentel (1.0) and Blanco (1.0).
Meanwhile, for the Bulls he opened the Ronald Bolaños, with four innings of three hits, one run, three walks and one strikeout. He was escorted by Pedro Vásquez (1.1), Jasseel de la Cruz (0.2), Joel Peguero (1.0), Tim Peterson (1.0) and Abad (1.0).
< p> The Stars put a number on the board very early in the game. Sandber Pimentel hit the ball. He hit a weak single to left field that drove home. He hit George Valera from the second.
In the top of the fifth inning, the Toros took control of the game by driving in four runs, one off a fielder's choice by David Bañuelos for the first time. ; Jesús Sánchez's RBI double and bases-loaded transfers to Cristhian Adames and Bryan de la Cruz, respectively.
In the sixth inning, the Stars got closer on the scoreboard by registering two runs one Pimentel's homer to right field and another one by Matthew Batthen's groundout to third with the bases loaded.
In the ninth, and with the bases loaded, Rainer Núñez he shot a two-run RBI single.