SNB 61: Roosters from Sancti Spiritus reach 30 wins singing!

The Gallos de Sancti Spíritus became this Saturday afternoon the first team to reach 30 victories in the tournament, in the middle of a day where the woods also sang, scoring 120 runs in 70 and a half innings, and scoring three outs. combat.

The disciples of Eriel Sánchez defeated the Elefantes de Cienfuegos for the fourth time this year in the same amount of confrontations, this time with a final score of 12-5, to continue sinking them deeper into the cold basement of the tournament.

Frederich Cepeda continued to show that he has gas in the tank for several more seasons, going 4-for-5 with a double and home run included and four RBIs. Yunior Ibarra with a single and tubey and three RBIs, and Alberto Rodríguez with a pair of doubles that brought the same number of teammates home, also heated up the woods.

José Luis Braña traveled a route of eight chapters where he was only allowed to score three times and won the victory, and Pedro Soca lost his fifth challenge in an outing of only two innings where he scored four lines.
For the Elephants, Dany Oramas hit a triple and a home run that did not find anyone on the pillows.

In the Nelson Fernández de San José de las Lajas, the Hurricanes of Mayabeque and the Leñadores de las Tunas shared honors, in their first confrontations this season.

In the first game, the Orientals scored a cluster of seven goals in the fifth episode that was devastating, to take the victory 11-5, in a fight where 24 undisputed equal parts were distributed.

Danel Castro hit his eighth homer of the contest with a runner in circulation, Andrés Quiala went 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles and four RBIs, and Andrés de la Cruz went 3-for-3 with an RBI.

Yudier Rodriguez won the game despite giving up 11 hits and five earned runs in five innings, and Mailon Cruz lost it after a 3.1-inning start where he allowed a trio of runs.

For the Hurricanes, Rangel Ramos drove in two with a pair of singles in three at-bats.

In the second hour, Michael González’s troops took revenge and won 11-2, with an attack of 15 hits.

Alexander Pozo (4-3) and Luis Fernández (3-1) hit homers to drive in a couple of runs each, and Orlando Lavandera went 3-for-4.

The victory went to starter José Ignacio Bermúdez as he allowed clean balls in 6.2 innings, and the loss went to veteran Yoalkis Cruz as he endured four runs in just one inning pitched, to raise his ERA to 13.89 this season.

For the Leñadores, Yudier Rondón (3-0) drove in the only run.

The Leopardos de Villa Clara finally managed to defeat the Tigres de Ciego de Ávila after being swept in the first round, and with an artillery of 14 hits they left the scoreboard 6-2 in their favor, to continue well attached to the red line that delimits the classification zone.

All the regulars scored at least one hit and five of them achieved two, including Yuri Marcos Fernández, who was the most productive by driving three teammates to the plate. Alejandro Díaz and Reidel Pedraza-both 4-2-carried in one run per capita.

Alain Sánchez had a wonderful afternoon, accepting only one run in seven innings of work to reach five successes in the season, and Yasmani Hernández also allowed one in two innings and took the save.

Luis Alberto Marrero was defeated, in a job of 5.1 innings where he allowed nine hits and four earned runs.
For the Tigers, Abdel Civil had a trio of singles in five plate appearances and drove in one run.

The Hunters of Artemisa knocked out the Alazanes of Granma 13-3 in seven chapters, to move them to fifth place in the standings and tie the particular match in this National Series at two wins apiece.

Within an attack of 16 hits, Dayán Garcia did not get any and continues to two of the thousand in his career, Andy Cosme went 4-4 with a double and a full-lap shot to drive in three runs, and Osbel Pacheco was sensation by firing a single and pair of tubes to score six RBIs in the game.

Left-hander Geonel Gutiérrez struck out six opponents in as many innings pitched and allowed only one run to earn the victory, and the also sinister Leandro Martínez carried the reverse, allowing six runs in the 3 1/3 innings he remained on the mound.

For the Alazanes, Darién Garcia (3-2) and Osvaldo Abreu (4-2) hit doubles, the latter to bring home a teammate.

The Industriales of the capital continued to party and shook the Indios de Guantánamo in the Latin American park, until defeating them 16-6 by the law of mercy in seven innings, to take their winning streak to six, guaranteeing the duel between the two of this series, and climb to sixth place in the tournament.

Dayron Blanco tubed and homered to drive in four runs, Andrés Hernández had a hit in three at-bats to bring two Blues home, and substitute Brayan González hit a bases-loaded tubey that cleared the bases.

Pedro Álvarez pitched 6.1 innings where they could only score one run against him to reach eight wins in the contest and tie for that lead, and Daniel Blanco suffered the setback, after an opening where he could only retire one rival, gave away three tickets, and accepted four clean touchdowns.

For the Indians, Over Cremet (4-1) and rookie Yoandry Guibert (4-2) – the latter with a tubey – drove in a pair of runs each.

The Wasps from Santiago skated for the fourth consecutive day, this time against the Piratas de la Isla by way of knockout in seven chapters with a score of 12-1, to slide to seventh position in the table and let their rivals take the particular duel of this season.

All the pirates scratched their undisputed cards. Eliseo Rojas and José Luis Bring scored three each, the latter with a trio of RBIs to his account, and Yasmani Viera and Dainier Gálvez hit two per capita with four RBIs distributed equally.

Veteran Wilber Pérez was immense walking the entire route with only four hits and one walk granted, to win his fifth game with 45 years in his ribs. Pedro Agüero was the loser, in an outing to be forgotten where he was scored four times in just 1.2 innings worked.

For the Wasps, Dasiel Sevila was the only one who could get a couple of hits, and also pushed the only one of his team.

In the Victoria de Girón, the Crocodiles from Matanzas continued clinging to the classification zone by beating the Toros from Camagüey 2-0, the first victory they achieved against them this season.

Yoannis Yera put in a superb performance walking eight immaculate innings dishing out ten strikeouts to his opponents to reach 73 in the championship and lower his earned run average to 1.52, a leader in both departments.

Erisbel Aruebarrena with a double and Yariel Duque with a single, pushed the Yumurian runs in the same first chapter, enough for the Yumurian southpaw.

Yamichel Pérez allowed the only one of his rivals in an inning of work but saved the game, and the loss went to the files of Frank Madan, who only allowed four hits in seven innings.

For the Bulls, Alexander Ayala went 3-for-4, and Leslie Anderson (4-2) drove in the only score.

Finally, the Holguin Cubs won their eighth game in the last ten outings, this time at the expense of the Vegueros de Pinar del Rio with a final score of 8-4, to equal the particular determination of this campaign.

Yasiel González (5-2, 2b) hit his 13th homer of the season to tie for that lead, and Michel Gorguet (5-3) hit two, both without a runner in the bags.

Michel Cabrera relieved again very well by accepting only one run in 5.2 innings to reach seven hits, and Yosvani Torres fell again, in a poor start where he was scored on six times (one dirty) in just 2.2 innings of work.

For the Vegueros, Reinier León (4-3) hit a home run and drove in two runs, and Frank Raúl González (3-2) scored one solo.

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