Nevegantes del Magellan attacked early and counted on a solid start from Eric Leal to beat Tiburones de la Guerra 5-2 on Saturday and begin his Venezuelan Professional Baseball League title defense with a win.
Eric Leal won the game after completing five innings of five hits and two runs. The blow went to the record of Victor Diaz, who conceded eight hits and five runs in two innings and a third.
Arturo Nieto went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs, while raider Ascanio went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.
At Barquisimeto, Cardenales de Lara made an offensive of 17 hits and crushed Tigres de Aragua 14-4.
Kenis Vargas was 3-for-5 with triples, home runs and three RBIs, Pedro Castellanos was 3-for-4 with home runs and two RBIs, Javier Sanoza was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Jackson Flores was 4-K-3. 2 with two produced.
Jesus Sanchez won with an empty innings relay. Jorgen Cavanario lost after being punished with seven hits and five runs in two and a third innings.
In Caracas, Alexandre Palma and Wilfredo Tovar scored a run each to guide Leon del Caracas to a 2-1 win over Aguilas del Zulia.
Yoimer Camacho conceded one run in his two-innings relief. Elvis Araujo fell for six hits and two runs in two and two-thirds of the innings.
At Puerto La Cruz, Omar Bencomo got off to a solid start, and Caribes de Anzoategui defeated Bravos de Margarita 6–1.
Bencomo allowed a single homer to Carlos Pérez in only five completed innings to win the game. After conceding four runs in four innings and two thirds, the stumbling block was Henry Centeno.
Willians Estudillo and Eduardo Diaz hit two-run homers each, while Asdrábal Cabrera knocked it out of the park alone.
Ronnie Mauricio backed a solid start with the bat by Cesar Valdez, and Tigres del Lisi beat Aguilas Sibeas 4–0, which saw his four-game winning streak in the Dominican Baseball League.
Valdez allowed only two hits in five scoreless innings to win the game. Carlos Martinez lost it after conceding seven hits and four runs in five innings.
Mauricio went 1-for-3 to lead the Tigers’ offense with a home run and three RBIs, including a one-run double from Ramon Hernandez.
In Santo Domingo, Humberto Mejia made a solid start and backed his teammates from León del Esgido on the offensive, who defeated Toros del Este 9–3.
Mejia allowed five hits and one run in five innings to win the game, conceded no moves and decorated his work with six strikes. After giving five runs and six hits in three and a third innings, Colombian Julio Tehran was defeated.
Jonathan Guzman was 3-for-3 with two RBIs, Aderlin Rodriguez was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs, and Freudy Batista was 2-for-4 with a double and RBI.
At San Pedro de Macoris, Las Estrellas Orientales made a 13-hit offense en route to a comfortable 10–3 victory over Gigantes del Cibao.
Luke Williams went 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs, Sandbar Pimentel was 2-for-2 with two RBIs, Chadwick Tromp went 2-for-5 with two RBIs and Jose Tena went two more RBIs with a double Add.
Daison Arias won with a full entry into the relief work. Pedro Fernández lost in three and two-thirds innings after being punished by seven hits and four runs.
Aguilas Cibenas and Tigres del Lisi shared the lead with a 5-2 record, followed by Estrellas Orientals (4-3), Gigantes del Cibao (3-4), Toros del Este (2-5) and Leones del Escondido . (2-5).
Mayos de Navojoa scored six in the first innings and seven in the second, and won an explosive duel by defeating Charos de Jalisco 16–10 in Mexican Pacific League activity.
Cristian Delgado went 2-for-5 with two doubles and four RBIs, Alan Espinoza 4-for-5 with three runs and one RBI, Ian Sagdal was 2-for-5 with a double and two RBIs, while Marcos Munoz And Zach Kirtley each of them produced two touchdowns to lead the offense for Mayo.
Jonathan Partida played two unscored innings in relief to win the game, and it was lost after Yoennis Yera was hit for five in his short start of just one-third of an innings.
At Los Mochis, Brian Mendoza hit a run-scoring double and Juan Uriarte followed with a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth, and Caneros left Mazatlán Venados on the field with a dramatic 7–5 win.
Connor Green retired an innings without allowing a run and benefited from his team’s reaction to win the game. Elkin Alcala lost after missing the opportunity to save and conceding three runs in the third innings.
At Ciudad Obregón, the Yaquis launched a five-run attack to defeat Sultans de Monterrey 8–4 at the bottom of the seventh inning.
Victor Mendoza was 1-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs, Taki Sekin was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Alan Cordoba went 1-for-4 with two RBIs to lead the Yaquis’ attack.
Martin Carrasco secured the victory thanks to five powerful shutout innings of just three hits and four strikeouts. The defeat went to the record of Leander Castro, who conceded four hits and three runs in two innings.
At Culiacán, Jose Cardona hit a one-run triple to break the tie in the seventh inning, and Naranjaros de Hermosillo defeated Tomateros de Culiacán 5–4.
Roel Santos was 3-for-5 with a double, a home run and two RBIs, while Irving López was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Naranjaros.
Ozzy Méndez completed a scoreless innings in relief to win the game, and Jorge Castillo lost it after leaving a gap of another third inning.
In Mexicali, Nico Vazquez was hit with a base-loaded pitch at the bottom of the tenth inning and guilas ousted Algodoneros de Gusave in a 2–1 win.
Manuel Valdez won after retiring the tenth inning of the order, and Jeff Ibarra lost after receiving three hits and a gap race and was not able to get out to his relief.
Naranjeros is the leader with a record of 6-3, followed by Venados (6-4), Algodoneros (6-4), Aguilas (6-4), Tomatoros (5-5), Mayos (5-5), Caneros ( 5 -5), Yaquis (4-6), Charos (3-7) and Sultan (3-7).