Baseball Navarra – CD Pamplona 6-1, 9-5
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NAVARRA left ninth place in the Division de Honor standings and climbed a few spots thanks to a sweep of the doubleheader against local rivals CD PAMPLONA. In game one they used a five-run fourth to win 6-1. Larry Infante and Jaime Miro each drove in two. Juan Jose Lopez (W 1-4) struck out twelve in a complete game, allowing just one unearned run on seven hits and four walks. Alexis Fumero (L 0-4) took the loss after 3 1/3 innings.
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In the second match, NAVARRA scored in each frame between the second and sixth and profited from eight errors by the CD defense to win 9-5. Luis Villanueva scored twice. Juan Miguel Marte (W 1-2) picked up the win in relief of Alberto Espanol. Juan Redin (L 0-2) took the loss.
Astros Valencia – FC Barcelona 0-11 (7), 3-11
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The FC BARCELONA didn’t waste any time in game one against the ASTROS, scoring five runs in the first inning en route to an easy 11-0 shutout in seven innings. Felix Isasi went four-for-four with two runs scored. Pau Sancho homered twice and drove in five. Jehan Machado and Orlando Diaz each got two RBI. Homer Baez (W 6-0) struck out nine in five scoreless innings, giving up three hits and a walk. Norman Nelson Cowes (L 0-4) gave up ten hits, nine runs and three bb in four-plus innings.
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Similar game, same outcome. BARCA scored five runs in the first frame in the second match and completed the sweep with an 11-3 victory. Emmanuel Febles, Orlando Diaz and Jesus Golindano (3-4, 3 runs, 2 RBI) hit homeruns for the Catalonian team. Orlando Diaz scored three times. Elvis Polanco had four hits for VALENCIA. Pedro Belmonte (W 4-0) gave up eight hits and three unearned runs in six innings, striking out five. Jose Martin (L 0-1) was charged with eight hits, eight runs (7 ER) and four bb in 4 1/3 innings.
Halcones de Vigo – Tenerife Marlins 0-4, 2-4
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Leslie Nacar (W 6-0) allowed just two base runners on an error and a walk all day long and led the MARLINS to a 4-0 shutout. He struck out twelve batters in the complete game no-hitter. The only blemish were a runner in the third, when Nacar threw the ball away after a groundball by Juan Antonio Castro, and a two-out walk in the eighth by Carlos Sampayo. The TENERIFE offense needed until the fifth to deliver the run support. Nestor Perez drove in Ricardo Rodriguez with a RBI fielder’s choice. They added insurance runs in each of the last three frames to seal the win. Ronny Malave (L 3-2) gave up ten hits, three runs (2 ER) and a walk in eight innings.
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In the second game, PUERTO CRUZ prevailed again, this time with a score of 4-2. Juan Carlos Macias, Nestor Perez, Daniel Sanchez and Victor Lopez scored the runs. Ivan Granados (W 5-0) had a solid outing on the mound, going the distance, while conceding two runs (1 ER) on seven hits and four bb. Juan Jose Lopez (L 1-2) was responsible for six hits, three runs and three walks in 3 1/3 innings.
CB Sant Boi – El Llano 5-0, 3-1
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Oscar Alvarez (W 5-2) allowed just two hits and three walks in nine innings to lead SANT BOI to a 5-0 win over EL LLANO. He struck out seven. Yaeko Vazquez reached three times and scored twice. Rafael Rivas went two-for-four with a double, a run scored and a RBI. Juan De Leon (L 2-3) surrendered eleven hits, five runs and two walks in 7 1/3 innings.
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In the second game, SANT BOI received another solid performance from starting pitcher Jose Estebin Cruz (W 7-0), who struck out seven going the distance. He gave up one unearned run on four hits and four bb. Milko Jaramillo and Marc Carrillo delivered a fast 2-0 lead with a RBI double and a RBI single in the opening frame. They added another run in the sixth on a RBI double by Yaeko Vazquez, before EL LLANO denied a second shutout with a run in the ninth after a bases loaded walk by Armando Fernandez. Elbis Avila (L 0-1) allowed seven hits, three runs and two walks in six innings.
CB Viladecans – San Inazio Bilbao 1-0, 8-6
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The Spanish team with the most national championships CB VILADECANS moved into fourth place of the Division de Honor standings with a sweep over SAN INAZIO. In the first part of the twin bill last weekend, Delio Miguel Martinez (W 4-0) pitched nine scoreless innings to lead them to a 1-0 win. He gave up just three hits and four walks, while striking out seven. In the sixth Oscar Angulo led off with a triple and scored the lone run on a fielder’s choice by David Porcar. Fidel Mane (L 2-2) took the loss, giving up three hits, a run and a walk in six innings.
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In the second game VILADECANS overcame a 0-5 deficit, by scoring eight runs between the fourth and seventh frames in an 8-6 victory. Oscar Angulo and Miguel Catalan each scored twice. Alex Tenllado went three-for-four with a RBI. Dirimo Chavez drove in two for BILBAO. Joseba San Andres scored twice. Marc Jodar (W 2-1) picked up the win in relief of Pol Llopis, who left after four innings. Andoni Ortiz (L 0-3) took the loss as the substitute of Alberto Magallon.
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