Friday, December 09, 2022

Sultans crushed Charos in the Mexican Pacific League

The Sultans de Monterrey displayed a 22-hit offense and prolonged defending champion Charos de Jalisco’s difficult start with a 15-6 drubbing, which places them last in the Mexican Pacific League.

Carlos Figueroa scored two doubles, one triple, three runs and went 4-for-4 with two RBIs; Gilberto Galaviz went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs; Fernando Pérez 5-3 hit two doubles with two RBIs and Alberto Carrion in three at-bats and added four RBIs to lead the winners’ furious offense.

Duilio Ochoa won despite giving away three runs in his two-innings relief and Tyler Alexander lost after being penalized for eight hits and seven runs in just two innings of work.

In Guasave, a six-run attack in the sixth episode was decisive in Tometeros de Culiacán’s 9–7 victory over Algodoneros.

Ramiro Pea went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, Jess Fabella 1-for-3 with two RBIs and Ali Solis 2-for-4 with an RBI to lead Tomatoros’ offense.

Manny Bareda won the game by completing five innings of four hits and five runs. The defeat came to Felipe Arredondo after receiving three touchdowns without being able to be dismissed in his relief.

At Mazatlán, Daniel Castro responded with an RBI single at the bottom of the eighth inning to break a tie to give Venados a 4–3 win over Aguilas de Mexicali.

Castro went two-for-3 and went into a go-forward run, Leo went 2-for-4 with a German single homer and Ramon Rios scored a run with a double to lead the Venados attack.

Demetrio Gutierrez won the game with an innings as the scoreless reliever. Nick Gardwin conceded defeat after dropping an innings touchdown.

At Hermosillo, Ciudad Obregón Yaquis scored four runs in the fifth inning and seven more in the seventh, leading to an easy 9–3 victory over Naranjaros.

Yadir Drake went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs, Victor Mendoza scored 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs, and Jared Oliva took two more with a double to lead the winners’ offense. Drop it

Jose Carlos Medina won by an innings and two thirds. Starter Brandon Brennan lost, being punished with five runs and seven hits in four and two-thirds innings.

At Navozoa, Zach Kirtley hit a two-run homer, Grant Kay racked up three hits and went for a run, and Alan Espinoza added a plus RBI double as Mayos secured a 7–2 win over Los Mochis Caneros.

Raul Carrillo completed five innings of four hits, two runs and seven strikes to win the match. The defeat went to the record of veteran Edgar Gonzalez, who conceded four runs and four hits in one and two thirds.

Naranjeros is the leader with a record of 8-4, followed by Algodoneros (7-5), Mayos (7-5), Venados (7-5), Aguilas (6-6), Caneros (6-6), Tomatoros ( 6-6), Sultan (5-7), Yaquis (5-7) and Charos (3-9).


Alexander Palma had an explosive night with the bat and Leones del Caracas beat Tigres de Aragua 9-3 on Tuesday, with what they are now in a series of three wins in their Venezuelan Professional Baseball League debut.

Palma went 2-for-5 with a Grand Slam double to end the night with five RBIs. Alexfree Plania pushed two.

Yoimer Camacho retired three empty innings as a reliever to win the match. Angelo Palumbo lost, being punished by three runs in just two-thirds of the innings.

In Caracas, Manuel Olivares got off to a solid start, and Tiburones de la Guerra defeated Navigantes del Magellan 3–0, getting the first blow of the season.

Olivares won by giving away three hits in five shutout innings. After conceding two hits and one run in four innings, Johander Mendez’s record suffered a setback.

Franklin Barreto hit a single homer, Daenerys Vazquez added a run-scoring double, and Wilson Garcia scored another run with one.

At Maracaibo, ngel Reyes broke a tie with a one-run single at the bottom of the eighth inning, and Aguilas del Zulia defeated Cardenales de Lara 2–1.

Philadelphia Phillies player Odebel Herrera, who played 62 games this season in the Major Leagues but was left out of his team’s postseason roster playing the World Series against the Houston Astros, hit a single home run but could Thee didn’t stop the Cardinals’ defeat.

Jefferson Medina retired an innings with two strikeouts to take the win. James Dykstra was dealt a blow after two hits and going ahead without relief.

At Porlamar, Villains Estudillo scored two runs with a single and in the first innings Asdrábal Cabrera added another RBI hit to a three-run attack, which gave Caribs de Anzoategui a 3–0 win over Bravos de Daisy Fool.

Mycol Gueppe won with an innings relief without conceding a run. McKenzie Mills lost after giving away six hits and three runs in his three innings.


A solid start from Rogelio Armenteros guided the Gigantes del Cibao to a 3–2 victory over Toros del Este, the only game that could be played on a rain-damaged day in the Dominican Baseball League.

Armenteros won with five quality innings, allowing only two hits and one run. After allowing a run in the relief of one episode and a third, the defeat went to Davy Mendez.

Juan Francisco hit a home run single and Calvin Gutierrez added a run-scoring single.

Scheduled matches between Leones del Esgido against Aguilas Cibenas in Santo Domingo and between Tigres del Lisi and Estrellas Oriental in San Pedro de Macoris were suspended.

The Tigers lead the circuit with a 7-2 record, followed by the Giants (6-4), Eagles (5-3), Stars (4-5), Bulls (3-7) and Lions (2-6) Huh.

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