Holguín Cubs say goodbye with victory to Camagüey

Holguín Cubs say goodbye with victory to Camagüey
Holguín Cubs say goodbye with victory to Camagüey

The Holguín Cubs scored their seven runs in the second chapter, in which they hit five of their nine hits, to defeat the Camagüey Toros 7×4 in seven innings, who committed two of the four errors they recorded in the game.

In that second episode, at Cándido González in the City of Tinajones, the cubs exploited starter Yosmel Garcés (2-3), responsible for six scores, although only one clean one, in 1 2/3 in which he allowed five undisputed hits. .

Holguín, who lost 2-3 in the private duel, also had his starter fail, the left-hander Uberleydis Estévez, who in two innings of work allowed six hits and three earned runs, with one intentional walk.

Jesús Quintán (4-0) was effective again, victorious after going through 3 1/3 innings with three hits and a solitary run, in addition to striking out three and walking two. Luis Cáser deserved his first save by getting two outs and allowing a hit.

Once again Yordan Manduley was the leading offensive figure in the Holguín team by connecting, 4-for-4 with his tenth tubey and his 25th RBI to raise his RBIs to 25 and his offensive average to 349.

For the Agramontinos, who billed ten hits, Luis Antonio González, Yordanis Samón and Eglys Eugellés contributed two each and one RBI. Thompson finished 2-4.

This Sunday the Vegueros of Pinar del Río defeated the Pirates of the Island of Youth by 14×2 knockout and remained at the top of the LXIII National Baseball Series, at the conclusion of their ninth individual matches.

The Pinar del Río team deployed abundant offense with 19 hits, including home runs by Jorge Yoan Rojas and the twelfth by former major leaguer Alexei Ramírez, who drove in three runs and reached 50, the leader of the contest.

Meanwhile, the defending champions, Leñadores de Las Tunas, whitewashed the Avispas de Santiago de Cuba 7×0 and the Tigres de Ciego de Ávila defeated the Leopardos de Villa Clara 7×4.

The Cazadores de Artemisa, visiting the Latinoamericano stadium, left the Leones de Industriales on the field 6×5, with a golden hit by Dayán García in the tenth inning.

In other results, the Matanzas Crocodiles surpassed the Sancti Spíritus Roosters 7×5, the Guantánamo Indians 4×2 over the Granma Alazanes and the Mayabeque Hurricanes 6×4 over the Cienfuegos Elephants.

After these results, Pinar del Río leads (29-13), followed by Las Tunas (25-12) and Ciego de Ávila (25-17). Then Camagüey and Granma appear tied (24-18), as well as between Industriales and Artemisa (22-20), while Matanzas and Santiago de Cuba share eighth and ninth places (21-21).

In the last places are: Mayabeque (19-23), Sancti Spíritus (18-24), La Isla (15-22), Villa Clara, Guantánamo and Holguín (17-25) and Cienfuegos (15-27).

This Tuesday the tenth subseries begins and the Holguín Cubs will face Industriales in the Latin American park.

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