Final LVBP: Magallanes revives in his port and has the Caribes

Harold Capote Fernandez

The emotions of the Grand Final of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League continue this Thursday, this time in the city of Valencia, with Caribes de Anzoátegui who arrived with the first half covered in the journey that leads to the coronation of our ball.

This situation practically forces the Navegantes del Magallanes to win, as they would have the witness of history turning their backs on them because no one in this circuit has come back from a 0-3 deficit.

LVBP Final: Magallanes again with the first blow

In their first offensive opportunity, the Blues score before the Aborigines. In the initial entry Cade Gotta the ball disappears throughout the center field.

Also read: Magglio Ordóñez: We can’t trust each other because we won the first games

The power of the shipowners is felt again in that section with Pablo Sandoval’s homers to extend the advantage.

For the third they come for more and exploit the starter Édgar Torres. With Rayder Ascanio on base on a single, Ángel Reyes walks and advances to second base after a deflected shipment. Both runners step up to the plate with a Kung Fu Panda single.

To all of these, César Jiménez offers excellent pitching work as a starter. For the space of 5.1 innings, he does not allow any annotation and only 4 hits.

LVBP Final: here come the Caribes, but…

Dominated by the southpaw of the Turks, the tribe can crack it in the sixth leg. Víctor Reyes reaches base on a fielder’s choice and Niuman Romero walks, ending Jiménez’s opening.

Also read: How many teams have come back from 0-2 in the LVBP finals?

The runners who are under his responsibility score with a single by Balbino Fuenmayor. This is the most that the usually productive Caribe lineup can do, defenseless against the reliever Navegante.

Enderson Franco (0.2), Wilking Rodríguez (1), Anthony Vizcaya (1) and Bruce Rondón (1), combine to close the floodgates, the last of them obtaining his first save in the Grand Final and keeping his ERA at 0.00.

Jiménez wins, leaving his balance at 1-0 with an ERA of 3.38. His fellow starter, Édgar Torres (0-1, 13.50) lost after allowing 7 hits, 4 earned runs in 2.2 innings.

With the 2-1 series still favorable to Anzoátegui, hostilities continue this Saturday from 6:00 pm, also in the capital of Carabobo state.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this incredible web content

Final LVBP: Magallanes revives in his port and has the Caribes