Baseball Navarra – San Inazio Bilbao 3-7, 10-7
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BASEBALL NAVARRA failed to make up ground in the standings against the top four. They won just one of the two matches against SAN INAZIO last weekend.
BILBAO scored five runs in the last two frames to win game one 7-3. San Andres delivered the decisive hit with a three-run triple in the eighth. Marianucci was three-for-four with a homerun and two runs scored. Erik Arteaga (W 4-2) allowed six hits, three runs and three base on balls in a complete game. German Arroyo started for NAVARRA and gave up four hits, two runs (1 ER) and a walk in five innings. Juan Jose Lopez (L 2-1) relieved him and took the loss.
The home team got revenge in the second game. They scored in three of the first four frames to take a fast 8-2 lead and hold on for a 10-7 victory. Lopez led the team with three hits, including a homerun and two doubles. He scored four times and drove in two. Probst and Andueza also had two RBI each. BILBAO’s Sandez was four-for-five with a homerun, two doubles, two runs scored and two RBI. Tua drove in three with two doubles. Alberto Espanol (W 4-2) allowed seven hits, four runs and three walks in five innings. Pedro Pablo Belmonte (L 2-4) was responsible for eight hits, eight runs and three walks in just 3 2/3 innings.
CB Sant Boi – CB Viladecans 8-5, 10-2
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SANT BOI swept the series versus VILADECANS and stays atop of the standings in the Division de Honor. In both games they used big innings to decide the outcome
In the first match VILADECANS scored first, taking a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the fourth. But SANT BOI scored six runs and overcame the deficit with a big blow. They added two more in the sixth, after the guests had threatened to come back. They won 8-5 in the end. Six players had a RBI. Rivas and Jaramillo each scored twice for the home squad. Fernandez had three RBI for VILADECANS. Albert Vargas (W 6-2) gave up five hits, five runs and three walks in 6 2/3 innings. Yulman Ribeiro (L 3-5) allowed eight hits, six runs and two bb in 3 1/3 innings.
In game two SANT BOI scored seven runs in the first on their way to a 10-2 win. Rivas reached base four times, scoring twice and driving in two more runners. Jaramillo was three-for-five with a RBI. Yoel Hernandez (W 4-0) gave up one run on five hits and two walks in six innings. Pol Llopis (L 0-4) was charged with eight hits, eight runs (7 ER) and three bb in 2 2/3 innings.
El Llano – Astros Valencia 14-0, 11-5
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After the first game day of the second half of the season, the ASTROS still waiting for their first victory. EL LLANO scored 25 runs on 26 hits and swept the doubleheader.
The team from Gijon scored in five of the first six periods, highlighted by a eight-run sixth to celebrate a 14-0 shutout in seven innings. Four batters had three hits each. Mendez and Noriega scored a combined six times. Perez scored twice and drove in three. They not even needed an extra base hit to complete the pounding. Elvis Polanco (W 3-1) struck out ten in seven two-hit innings. Norman Nelson Cowes (L 0-7) gave up nine hits, six runs (2 ER) and two bb in five innings.
The second match went over the full nine innings, but was also lopsided. EL LLANO crossed the plate nine times in the first three frames to take a 9-0 lead. The ASTROS put the score in a favorable light by rallying for a few runs until the end. Noriega, who was three-for-three, drove in five runs. Mendez and Angulo scored three runs apiece. Edgar Aineto got three RBI for VALENCIA. Ariel Ledezma (W 2-1) gave up one hit, one run and one walk in five innings. Aineto (L 0-5) allowed six hits, nine runs (5 ER) and six bb in three innings.
CD Pamplona – Marlins Puerto Cruz 2-7, 5-13
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Like SANT BOI, the MARLINS did their job and won both games against bottom ranked clubs. They defeated PAMPLONA on the road 7-2 and 13-5 and remain tied for the lead in the standings.
Renny Duarte (W 3-1) pitched eight solid innings to lead the MARLINS to a 7-2 win in game one. He allowed seven hits, two runs and three walks, while striking out seven. Montiel hit a homerun and drove in two. Salazar and Lopez also each got two RBI. Sanchez scored twice. San Mart. hit a homerun for PAMPLONA. CD starter Alexis Fumero (L 1-6) gave up five hits, six runs and three bb in 4 1/3 innings.
PUERTO CRUZ continued their hot hitting in the second match. In addition the defense of the home team didn’t do their job, as they committed seven errors. The MARLINS won 13-5. Sanchez had four hits in five at bats, reaching home three times. Dewis Navarro (2-4, 2 BB, 2 RBI) scored three runs too. He also had the only extra base hit for the guests with a double. Ivan Granados (W 7-1) had major control issues, inducing eight walks in eight innings. Nonetheless he received his seventh win of the season, giving up five runs (2 ER) on nine hits, while striking out eight. Alberto Casanellas (L 3-4) was charged with seven hits, eight runs (6 ER) and four bb in four innings.