Leopardo Osdani Rodriguez started the no-no game. Author: Taken from facebook
Young Villa Clara pitcher Osdani Rodriguez registered his 65th hit-and-no-kicks game in the Cuban National Baseball Series on Monday after a 7-0 win over Sancti Spiritus.
In his first season with the Leopards, Osday signed the third no-no in the current campaign and the 50th ever to hit nine innings.
Despite the fact that he handed out eight ball coasters, Gallo brought out the same number through strikes, he knew how to manage the Spiritus group, which was helped by the beat of another talented boy, the author of a couple of tubes and three trailers.
In statements to his colleague Dayron Perez of radio station CMWH, Osdeny noted that he relied more on the fastball because the break in the first innings didn’t go well for him, and that he cared most about Frederic Zepeda.
With this victory, Ramona More’s team scored 27 wins with 26 losses, which puts them in the middle of the standings.
Monday afternoon left Santiago de Cuba in the lead again after beating Matanzas and losing Mayabeque twice at the hands of Las Tunas.
The indomitable team defeated the Crocodiles 6-4, in a game in which Osday Silva scored three tries and confirmed his success in front of tugs with a 66th.
For their part, “Las Tunas” dealt a couple of strong blows to the “Huracans” with a score of 3:0 and 10:3. Danel Castro hit his 250th career home run and Alberto Pablo Civil made eleven saves in the competition, co-leading Vladimir Garcia.
Industriales beat Pinar del Río 8-2) and equalized their balance (28-28) with one of the best performances in the last ten games.
The defending champions, Granma, also maintained an upward trend with a 15-2 victory over Cienfuegos in which César Garcia recorded a winning start, helped by Alexkemer Sánchez’s five RBIs.
Artemisa moved up to third after defeating Holguin (6-5), while Ciego de Avila defeated Guantanamo (8-5) and kept the imaginary line dividing the standings in two. The collision between La Isla and Camaguey was stopped by rain.
Santiago de Cuba (33-23) appears accompanied by Mayabeque (31-24), Artemis (30-24), Matanzas (31-25), Las Tunas (29-24), Sancti Spiritus (28-26) , Holguin (29-27), Ciego de Avila (27-26), Villa Clara (28-27), Industriales (28-28), Pinar del Rio (27-27), Granma (27- 29), La Isla (26-28), Camaguey (25-31), Cienfuegos (21-35) and Guantanamo (19-35).
Source: Juventud Rebelde