Leopardos, the only one undefeated in the National Baseball Series.

In a 16-game, seven-inning marathon double-round in the hot March sun, Villa Clara hit the mark, winning two games against Cienfuegos and becoming the only team to score three consecutive victories in the newly launched LXII National Baseball Series. .

Early in the morning, the Orange team won 4-3 at their Augusto Cesar Sandino stadium, and their young shortstop Christian Rodriguez played 4-3. Right-hander Freddy Asiel Alvarez started, barely allowing three hits in 5.0 innings, but went 1-1 out of the game. Pitcher Randy Cueto took the win, throwing four innings on two singles.

And in the final duel, the Villa Clara team prevailed 7-5 with an outstanding Madero ready once again for shortstop Rodriguez who went 3 of 3 with a triple and three RBIs.

Meanwhile, the monarch’s representative Granma and national runner-up Matanzas shared the honors at the Martires de Barbados Stadium in Bayames. In the first showdown, the Alazans were victorious 7-4 and boxed by their second baseman Carlos Benítez, who hit 4-2 including a home run and three hits.

Meanwhile, the Cocodrilos Yumurinos came out on top 6-1 in the second, with left-hander Nikel Cruz’s full pitch and a decisive six-run cluster in act six backed up by a bases-loaded home run by designated Andris Pérez.

This Thursday he put up three suspensions. At Guillermont Moncada Park, right-hander Artemis Yunieschi Garcia threw seven innings on the beat to one hit and was supported by two trailers from first baseman Jose Antonio Jimenez to defeat Santiago de Cuba 3-0. In another game, the Wasps won 6- 1.

Industriales gave another Ciego de Ávila white paint in the Hispanic Park with a golden kick by Roberto Acevedo to support right-hander Marcos Ortega’s excellent work, though the victory went to showcase saver Juan Xavier Peñalver. In the first hour, Tigres from Ciego de Avila won (8-2).

And the third mash was Mayabeke’s performance against Holguin (8-0), with excellent pitching work from right-hander Marlon Vega, who pitched six innings with one hit and six strikeouts. In another game, the northeast team won (6-2).

In the three remaining sub-series, Camagüey beat Sancti Spiritus twice by partial scores 7–6 and 9–2 and there was a division of honors between Guantánamo Pinar del Río and Las Tunas Isla de la Juventud.

Tomorrow will be played the fourth game of this sub-series, which will end on Saturday.

Source: Juventud Rebelde


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