They already say those who accumulate experience and know about baseball, a match does not resemble another, because this time the victory was for Matanzas 6 races for 1.
After supporting grout marker in the land of the Bulls, the pupils of Armando Ferrer, thanks to the great departure of Yoanni Yera – who despite giving 6 tickets gave 7 strikeouts – and the appropriate battles, march forward in the play- off
Under the sights of more than 22,000 fans, Marti’s left-hander, although he placed men on base and others reached the initial, left the box without allowing races in 6 innings.
Meanwhile, the Matanzas line up, in the third chapter, began to violate the defense of the talented Yariel Rodríguez, who after a base on balls to Yasiel Santoya, received doubles from Erisbel Arruebarruena and Eduardo Blanco to tow a couple of home races .
The third of the Matanzas arrived in the fifth inning again with the men of the low run, Santoya received the second ticket in the afternoon and after several plays a sacrifice flyer from César Prieto allowed the scoring.
In the sixth the Matanzas also scored and this meant the farewell of Yariel Rodríguez, who in five and two thirds allowed a couple of clean races and the same number of dirty.
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The attempt of comeback of the Camagueians was stifled in that same chapter when the last two of the Matanzas arrived to sentence the meeting.
Camaguey did not give away the game, Matanzas played better During the press conference, at the end of the third game, Miguel Borroto, manenger of the agramontins, acknowledged that pitcher Yoanni Yera had an enviable afternoon and the Crocodiles played better.
The experienced baseball player added that a match still does not define anything and announced that Frank Luis Medina will open the fourth game for Camaguey
Dr. Abelardo García also explained the current status of catcher Ariel Martínez, who suffered an injury in the first inning of the game. The specialist explained that the Matanzas hitter has a sprained right knee that will prevent him from continuing in the matches.
Before the questions of the reporters, Armando Ferrer, Matanzas manager said that the Henequeneros and the Crocodiles had in common their combativeness in the field and the support of their hobby that today filled the Victory of Girón.
—Written in collaboration with Giselle Rodríguez Martínez