Star Wilmar Rios put in another stellar performance on Sunday as Naranjaros de Hermosillo beat Venados de Mazatlan 3-1 to take the best-of-seven series 4-2. Los Naranjeros joined Los Caneros de Los Mochis as the first semifinalists of the Mexican Pacific League.
Ríos pitched 8 1/3 innings of one run with just six hits and four strikeouts to earn his second win of the postseason. In two starts of this series, Ríos allowed only one run in 15 innings and had great figures for the Naranjeros in the third inning.
Alejandro Flores opened the scoring with an RBI single in the fourth inning, while pitcher Casey Herman’s throwing error after being tagged out by Jason Atondo in the sixth scored two runs for the Naranjaros to clinch the win for the Naranjaros. Opened the door.
In Ciudad Obregón, Marcelo Martínez pitched five one-run innings and Águilas de Mexicali scored three times in the sixth on Nico Vázquez’s two-run RBI single to earn a 4–2 win over the Yaquis and tie the series 3–3. Tie’s The result forced a seventh and final meeting to determine one of the circuit’s semi-finalists.
In Guasave, the Sultanes de Monterrey used six relievers to whitewash Algodonero 3-0, and tied the series at three games to provoke an all-or-nothing duel to be played this Monday.
Gilberto Galavis and Roberto Valenzuela hit one-run RBI singles to stand out on offense for the Sultans, who started off losing the series 0–3 before reeling off three consecutive wins.
Tigres del Lice and Águilas Cibeñas won their respective matches in the Dominican Baseball League to stay tied for the round robin lead that leads into the finals series, but now with a two-game lead with only four games to play.
In Santo Domingo, an error by first baseman Yamiko Navarro in the bottom of the ninth inning opened the door for Tigres del Lice to score two runs to tie the game, and Jorge Alfaro then hit an RBI single that scored Gigantes. left on the ground. Del Cibao and Tigres scored a dramatic 5–4 win to stay in the lead for the round-robin round.
In Santiago de los Caballeros, Danny Santana doubled in a run, Gustavo Núñez singled in a run, and Junior Lake pinch-hit a two-run homer in the ninth to seal a 4–1 All-Star victory. Eastern on Águilas Cibeñas.
After playing 14 of the 18 scheduled days, Tigres and Estrellas Orientales lead with 8–6 records, followed by Águilas and Gigantes with 6–8 records.
Orlando Arcia led León del Caracas to a valuable 7–4 victory over Cardenales de Lara in the round-robin round, giving two tickets to the finals of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.
Orlando Arcia went 3 for 4 with four RBIs and Osvaldo Arcia hit a solo homer to lead the Lions’ attack, while starter Jesse Ramirez earned the win after pitching five innings in which he allowed two runs and four walks. Hit allowed.
In Caracas, Ramon García completed six scoreless innings of just two hits to lead the Tiburones de la Guerra to a 5–2 victory over the Navegantes del Magallanes.
Danree Vazquez, 3-2 produced with two RBI and Maikel Garcia, 3-1 with two runs scored and one RBI, pitched in offense for the Sharks.
Tigres de Aragua led the round robin with a 3–2 record, followed by Navegantes del Magallanes (3–3), Tiburones de la Guaira (3–3), León del Caracas (3–3) and Cardenales de Lara (3–3). 2-2) 3). 2. 3).
Defending champion Criollos de Caguas defeated Indios de Mayagüez 3–2 to tie their best-of-seven series at one game apiece to advance to the finals series of Puerto Rico’s Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League.
Peter O’Brien, Vimael Machin and Edwin Díaz hit RBI singles to provide everything the Criollos offense needed, while five relievers combined to pitch 5 1/3 scoreless innings and preserve the win.
In Santurce, Alejandro de Aza hit an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning to break the tie, and the Cangrejeros de Santurce defeated the Gigantes de Carolina 2–1 to tie the other semifinal series at one game each. Seven commitments.