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Apr '22 06

Spanish Baseball League: Week 2

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The highlight of the weekend was in Group B, with Astros Valencia travelling to play CB Viladecans. The two previously undefeated teams split the spoils, leaving them both with 3-1 records atop the group. Antorcha and Bareclona both enjoyed sweeps to keep pace with the front runners. In Group A, the Tenerife Marlins maintained their perfect start to the season with one run in the top of the ninth to defeat a San Inazio team that had rallied from a 10-3 deficit earlier in the contest.

Results (box scores linked)
San Inazio v. Tenerife Marlins (10-11, ppd)
CB Viladecans v. Astros Valencia (3-1, 1-6)
CBS Barcelona v. Miralbueno (2-1, 19-4)
CBS Antorcha v. CBS Toros Pamplona (18-6, 5-3)
Bye week: Sant Boi and Navarra. 

Trailing 10-3, San Inazio rallied and scored seven runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to draw even with the tourists from Tenerife, but the Marlins brought home a run in the top of the ninth to secure their third victory of the season.

Jorge Balboa’s complete –game gem (4H, 1R, 9K) allowed Viladecans to take Game 1 from the visiting Astros, with the Astros, behind six shutout innings by starter Louwin Sacramento (5H, 5K), taking Game 2, leaving both teams with 3-1 records.

CBS Barcelona’s Brhayan Betancourt (9IP, 4H, 1R) won the pitching duel in Game 1 of the club’s series against Miralbueno, besting his counterpart Albert Flores (8IP, 4H, 2R, 1ER, 7K). Barcelona’s bats woke up in Game 2, with the lineup collecting 17 hits. DH Wander Suárez contributed two of those hits (a double and a homer) and four RBI.

Antorcha swept Pamplona, with a ten-run third inning making all the difference in Game 1. Alex Alfonso (4-for-5, four RBI), Miguel Várgas (2-for-5, four RBI), and Rosmer Aguirre (2-for-5, three RBI) accounted for the bulk of the offense in the 18-5, Game 1 victory.


Group A
Tenerife Marlins 3 0
Beisból Navarra 1 1
Sant Boi 1 1
San Inazio 1 2
Miralbueno 1 3
Group B
Astros Valencia 3 1
CB Viladecans 3 1
CBS Antorcha 2 2
CBS Barcelona 2 2
CBS Toros Pamplona 0 4


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