FC Barcelona – Tenerife Marlins Puerto Cruz 5-1, 2-1 (10)
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Delio Miguel Martinez (W 6-0) allowed one run on two hits in the opening frame. Afterwards Barcelona’s starting pitcher issued just three walks over the remaining eight innings to lead his club to a 5-1 win against the Tenerife Marlins. Orlando Diaz tied the game in the second on a throwing error by shortstop Nestor Perez. One frame later Emmanuel Febles crossed the plate, again on an error. This time it was second baseman Victor Lopez who threw the ball away. They added three more runs in the sixth, two on a triple by Oscar Angulo. Leslie Nacar (L 7-4) took the loss, conceding five hits, five runs (3 ER) and three bb in eight innings. He struck out seven.
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Barcelona already had to reactivate Jorge Miqueleiz last week due to injuries to Jason Friedman, Sergio Roman, Guido Aguirre and Miguel Mora. In game two on Saturday he made it count, as he drove in the winning run with a walk-off single in the bottom of the tenth in a 2-1 win. Puerto Cruz had taken a 1-0 lead in the seventh on a RBI single by Israel Osorio. One frame later Barca tied the contest on a sac fly by Jesus Golindano. Starters Ivan Granados (MPC) and Pedro Pablo Belmonte (FCB) each went eight innings, allowing one run on six hits. Oscar Gimenez (W 4-0) struck out four in two scoreless innings to receive the win. Antonio Noguera (L 0-1) took the loss.
San Inazio Bilbao – CB Sant Boi 0-15 (6), 5-8
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Sant Boi won game one in Bilbao with a 15-0 shutout in six innings. Junior Guerra (W 7-0) allowed just one hit and a walk in five scoreless innings, while striking out six. Jose Guanchez completed the one-hitter with a perfect sixth. The offense scored in each frame besides the fourth. Juan Manuel Salazar (3 RBI) and Yaeko Vazquez (3 RBI) went deep. Jose Luis Salazar also drove in three. Fidel Torres Mane (L 5-6) surrendered eight hits, ten runs (8 ER) and six bb in three innings.
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Game two wasn’t as lopsided as part one of the two-game series. CB blew an early 4-0 lead, but regained the lead in the fourth and prevailed 8-5 to complete the sweep. Jose Luis Salazar hit the go-ahead homerun in the fourth. Daniel Martinez drove in two. Daniel Sanchez scored twice. San Inazio evened the score in the bottom of the third on a RBI single by Tony Granadillo and a three-run homerun by Kelvin Marianucci. Jose Estebin Cruz (W 6-1) gave up seven hits, four runs and four bb in seven-plus innings, striking out nine. Alberto Magallon (L 3-5) surrendered eleven hits, six runs (4 ER) and two walks in seven innings.
El Llano – CD Pamplona 1-13, 11-13 (11)
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Gabriel Ernesto Guerrero stole home during an eight-run rally in the fourth and drove in four overall to lead CD Pamplona to a 13-1 win over El Llano. Junior Mejia scored three times. Marcos Castillo (W 2-10) allowed five hits, a run and two walks in seven innings. He struck out seven. Adrian Borges (L 0-3) gave up ten hits, twelve runs (5 ER) and two bb in five-plus innings.
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After El Llano overcame a 2-8 deficit through six runs combined in the eighth and ninth, the game was decided in extra innings due to tiebreaker rule. Both teams exchanged two runs in the tenth, before Pamplona won frame number eleven by a score of 3-1 to win the game 13-11. Juan Latienda went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and two RBI. Yasiel Pino drove in three for the club from Gijon. Eneko Del Burgo (PAM) issued eight hits, seven runs (4 ER) and three walks in 8 1/3 innings. Jose San Martin (W 1-0) picked up the win. Carlos Lopez (L 1-3) gave up a whopping 18 hits, 13 runs (10 ER) and twelve walks in 10 1/3 innings.
CB Viladecans – Astros Valencia 5-1, 5-12
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Valencia out-hit Viladecans 11-7 in game one, but CB prevailed 5-1 anyway, as Pol Llopis (W 5-5) issued just one run on nine hits and a walk in seven innings. The southpaw struck out eight. Fabian Marquez struck out the side in the eighth and the ninth to seal the win. Camilo Gonzalez went 3-for-3 with a walk, a triple and two RBI. John Scott Dunn (L 6-6) gave up six hits, five runs (3 ER) and two walks in seven innings.
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In the second match CB out-hit the Astros 9-8, but Valencia put seven runs on the board in the opening frame and all twelve in the first three innings en route to an easy 12-5 win. They profited from twelve free passes, led by Miguel Pariente who walked four times. Jose Liste and Kevin Malone combined for four RBI. Sandel Cuevas scored thrice. Jordi Valles (W 4-5) allowed seven hits, four runs (2 ER) and three bb in six innings. Miguel Luengo (L 1-1) lasted just two outs, surrendering two hits, seven runs (6 ER) and three walks. After Jose Martin and Joshua Castro also weren’t able to stop the Astros offense, Marc Jodar came in and pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings of relief.
Baseball Navarra – Halcones de Vigo 10-0 (7), 11-1 (8)
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Navarra used a five-run sixth to beat Halcones 10-0 in game one of their twin bill in the Division de Honor. Larry Infante homered and was on base four times. Victor Martinez scored three times. Juan Jose Lopez (W 7-3) gave up only three hits and two walks in seven scoreless innings for the win. He struck out eight. Roman Carrasco (L 3-3) issued eight hits, four runs (2 ER) and four bb in five innings.
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Navarra completed the sweep with an 11-1 victory after scoring six runs in the third. Victor Martinez, Larry Infante and Juan Jose Lopez went deep and combined to drive in seven runs. Juan Miguel Marte (W 3-0) allowed four hits, a run and a walk in five innings. Jose Manuel Pimentel (L 1-3) surrendered six hits, six runs (5 ER) and a bb in three innings.
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