Industriales took revenge on Artemis. Mayabeque, Granma and Pinar UNSTOPPABLE

By Gian Franco Gil/ @Gian_Gil98

In a day with a wide dominance of the batters, the Alazanes de Granma defeated the Indios de Guantánamo for the second consecutive date. For their part, the Industrialists of Havana balanced the balance in the particular duel against the Hunters of Artemisa. Meanwhile, Vegueros de Pinar del Río and Hurricanes de Mayabeque were placed one game away from the sweep against their opponents on duty.

The Alazanes of Granma overwhelmed Guantánamo

The current champions of the National Series submitted the Guantanamo team by knockout in eight innings. Carlos Martí’s troop manufactured 11 annotations, achieving a difference of 10 runs against his similar.

The monarch team of Cuban baseball hit 14 hits and played without blunders on defense, to claim the second success of the season. Meanwhile, the squad that visited the “Martyrs of Barbados” got six hits and made a mistake on defense.

The victory went to the account of the left-handed pitcher Leandro Martínez, who worked seven complete innings, allowed five hits and prescribed seven strikeouts to rival batters. For the defeated, Pablo Aníbal Salgado bore the responsibility. The starter faced 11 batters and received five hits, valid for three runs to be scored, two of them clean.

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Lázaro Cedeño hit the pitches of the pitchers from Guantanamo with some ease. Granma’s sixth batter had a pair of hits in four at-bats, including a home run and four RBIs. A similar performance was left by the captain, Carlos Benítez, who shot a couple of hits in three legal visits and promoted the same number of teammates.

Erlys Casanova fails to comply, but the Vegueros are successful

As on the first date, the Vegueros de Pinar del Río were superior to the Pirates of the Isle of Youth. Alexander Urquiola’s troop bowed 11×5 to the pupils of Armando Jhonson, despite the inefficient exit of the star Erlys Casanova.

The victory went to reliever Yoandy Cruz, who worked three innings and a third without allowing the visitors of “Capitán San Luis” to score. The setback went to the account of Lázaro Guerrero. For the green-legged, Yasser Julio González and William Saavedea disappeared the ball from the stadium.

Hurricanes about to sweep Villa Clara

During the second day of competitions, the Hurricanes of Mayabeque repeated the dose against the Azucareros de Villa Clara, as a sign of the excellent season they can sustain in 2022. Michael González’s boys outperformed 9×1 to the disciples of veteran Pedro Jova.

In the match, Mailon Cruz scored the first individual victory and the second of that team in the current contest. With less luck left the “Nelson Fernández” starter Oscar Hernández, who allowed three clean runs in five full innings, but did not find the support of his offense. The third player, Denis Laza, led the winning team’s offense, with a pair of hits in four at-bats, including a home run and two RBIs.

Industriales took revenge against Artemisa

In the 26 de Julio park in Artemisa, Industriales hit back at the Hunters 10×3 and tied the sub-series with their first championship win. Although Pedro Álvarez was in charge of opening the match, Andy Vargas, a right-hander from the capital, won with his best performance in the National Series in his short career as a pitcher.

Vargas pitched four full innings with just one hit allowed, three strikeouts and one prescribed walk. Before, Pedrito had worked for three complete chapters with three clean ones allowed, three structured ones and a couple of hits. Another who climbed the mound for Industriales was Elder Nodal, who allowed an unstoppable in a couple of innings of work.

For the losers, Manuel Murgado left the headquarters of the Hunters crestfallen, with his first lost game of the young contest. In total, the Artemiseños sent four pitchers to the mound of sighs, who allowed 13 hits to Industriales’ offense, with 10 runs, nine of them earned. In addition, they struck out six lions, but gave away the first base eight times.

Madero in hand, stood out for Industriales Yosvani Peñalver, with a couple of hits and one RBI; Yasiel Santoya, three undisputed, a double and two trailers. On the other hand, Oscar Valdés was productive in the afternoon by connecting a couple of rockets in five shifts and chartered three teammates for the plate.

In other results: Matanzas defeated Cienfuegos 5×2, for the second time in the sub-series. Sancti Spíritus beat the Toros de Camagüey 7×2. Ciego de Ávila gave Las Tunas a 14×0 knockout. Holguín had a 10×2 advantage over the Santiago de Cuba Wasps.

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Industriales took revenge on Artemis. Mayabeque, Granma and Pinar UNSTOPPABLE