Bravos corners Magellan and adds his first award

Gonzalo Urgelles R.


In a vibrant match, which could have been for either team, Bravos de Margarita left the Navegantes de Magallanes on the ground to score their first victory of the season. The final scoreboard, at the La Guaira Forum stadium, was eight runs by seven.

Diego Rincones was the main offensive weapon of the island team, with a couple of homers that kept his team always on the play. The burly slugger went 3-for-3 with a single, a pair of hits and five RBIs.

A hit from the emerging Andrés Regnault served for Luis Castro to score the run to leave the ninth visitor on the field.

On the offensive, for Magellan, Alberto González and Leonardo Reginatto stand out. The second baseman went 5-3, with a double and two RBIs; while the foreigner sounded a pair of doublets and chartered three lines for the filibuster cause.

Omar Bencomo Jr., a Margarita starter, worked for two innings, in which they scored two runs, although only one was earned. The work of David Ramos stands out, as he pitched three innings as a reliever and struck out two.

Wilfredo Boscán opened for the visit, they gave him a couple of runs, charged with one of Rincones’ home runs and threw three innings.

Manager Wilfredo Romero called Arcenio León to be in charge of securing the victory in the tenth chapter, but the right did not come well and received punishment. The closer granted a passport to Luis Castro; Jason López sacrificed himself and put the winner in scoring position (the Pan American runner advanced to third and Castro to second); They intentionally walked José Martínez to seek the double play, but Mejía scored the tie by ‘passed ball’; all this before Regnault went out of his way to put definitive figures on the meeting.

Alfred Gutiérrez was the winning pitcher. Arcenio León bore the defeat.


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Bravos corners Magellan and adds his first award