Two-Thirds Played and Cuban Baseball Rivalry Intensifies (+Position Table)

During a long Sunday afternoon, when the aftermath of the Batos rebound continues to be felt, no team has managed more than seven runs in a game, three of them ended in strikeouts, with leaders Santiago de Cuba becoming the first to score 30 wins. .

With the end of two-thirds of the calendar, tensions remain on the playing field, where there is a lot of rivalry, and in offices, where existing problems are now added to the lack of bats.

The Indomitable defeated Guantanamo 7-1 with one of the best performances in recent memory from five-decision undefeated Alberto Bisset (8.0 INN, 1H, 3K and 2BB) with 158 career successes. Daciel Sevila had a great day, 3-3, with three RBIs.

The victory allowed them to maintain the slightest advantage over their closest pursuers, who also secured the tenth sub-series with victories.

Mayabeque beat Pinar del Rio 7-4 with a quality start from Yadian Martínez (8.0 INN, 2CL, 6H, 1K and 1BB) and a ninth save from Adrián Sosa. Daring Cordero fired his club in a circle and pushed the three men over the rubber.

And Artemis beat La Isla in a match won by Juniesky Garcia (8.2INN, 1CL, 6H, 2K and 1BB), the all-time leader in career wins with seven and 192, except for Jose Angel Garcia.

The best today were Industriales and Villa Clara, who won the doubleheader. The Lions beat Holguin 2-1 and 6-0, defeating pitchers Juan Xavier Peñalver and Frank Herrera, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Leopardos had a successful 4-3 and 2-0 run against Camagüey, the bullpen was also the protagonist with Javier Mirabal dominating first and Raidel Alfonso signing extra-inning success.

In the remaining matches, Ciego de Avila beat Matanzas (4:0); Sancti Spiritus beat Cienfuegos 2-1, Jankiel Mauriz win and Janielquis Duardo’s ninth save, although starter Miguel Neira’s performance was commendable (6.0 INN, 1H, 9K 1 BB); and Granma left Las Tunas (3–2) on the pitch.

Table of positions: SKU (30-20), MAY (29-20), ART (28-20), MTZ (27-22), HOL (26-23), SSP (25-23), CAV (24-23 ), VCL, PRI and LTU (24-24), IJV (24-25), IND (23-26), GRA and CMG (22-28), CFG (20-29) and GTM (19-31) .

Source: Juventud Rebelde


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