Jan Hernandez broke a tie with an RBI double in the sixth inning, and the Carolina Giants defeated Indios de Mayagüez, 4–2, to take a three-game lead in the best-of-seven finals series and take one spot. Roberto Clemente de Puerto Rico one win away from winning the Professional Baseball League Championship.
Anderson Feliz sent the Giants ahead with an RBI double in the first inning, but Indios de Mayagüez came back to tie it with Richie Palacios’s RBI single and Danny Ortiz’s RBI double to take a 2–1 lead. .
Gabriel Cancel responded in the bottom of the third inning by driving in a run with a single to tie the score, and it was not until the sixth inning when Jan Hernandez answered with his extra base that Delvin Perez scored for 3–2. Driven. lead.
In the seventh inning, Brian Torres took advantage of a ground ball by Rubén Castro at short stop to drop to third base with another score, giving the Carolina Giants the win.
Roberto Valenzuela tied the game with a home run leading off the ninth inning, and after two outs, Rodolfo Amador homered the Algodoneros to give the Canneros de los Mochis a dramatic 3-2 win this Sunday De Guasave left on the field. Win the first two games of the best-of-seven finals series to determine the champion of the Mexican Pacific League.
Gusev took the lead in the second inning with a solo home run off of Joey Terdoslavich, Cañaros tied it in the fourth with Juan Uriarte’s RBI single, while the Algodoneros made sure in the ninth off Alejandro Ortiz with a double off Juan Carlos Gamboa. Gained a definite edge. ,
However, Guasave’s closer, Brandon Koch, could not hang onto the final zero and got home runs from Valenzuela and Amador to take the loss. The win was tailored for Carlos Vazquez, after retiring the only batter he faced and benefiting from a reaction from his teammates.
The Finals series will rest this Monday, and resume next Tuesday at the Algodoneros home.