Live: Mexico – Venezuela WBSC U23 World Final

Mexico and Venezuela they will face each other in the final for the Cup title world of baseball U23 of the WBSC and then we tell you how to see the game live.


Mexico won a close elimination game against Colombia to finish the Super Round.

Defending champions Mexico had to earn the right to defend their world title in the night game against Colombia.


Mexico tied the game against Colombia thanks to a smart and courageous play in the movements between the bases and the scoring of the lead run with a solo home run by Tirso Ornelas.

“We cannot say that we played the game we had planned,” said manager Enrique Reyes. “We really made mistakes and we didn’t show our ability. Still, we gave everything we had and I’m proud of what I saw. “

“Tomorrow we will need to hit better,” El Che added. “Venezuela is an excellent team. We lost against them playing five good innings and one bad inning. “

Reyes concluded by saying that he has not yet chosen his incumbent for tomorrow.

Francisco Vallejo relieved starter Juan Tellez and allowed just one hit in three innings of work, using his sinker / slider combination. “We did an incredible job as a team. We wanted this victory, we got it and we are in the final, thank God. I’m super happy”.

“We are motivated for tomorrow, fully charged. Hopefully our fans can cheer us on even more. ”

Juan Robles got the last six outs. “I feel so happy, so grateful that I cannot put it into words. Playing the final excites me ”.

Robles added: “Colombia has good hitters. I attacked the zone and tried to do quick at-bats. “


Venezuela 5 – Chinese Taipei 2 SUMMARY OF THE GAME NUMBERS

Venezuela finished third in the 2018 WBSC U-23 Baseball World Cup. They will compete for the U-23 World Title on Saturday, October 2 in Hermosillo, Mexico.

“This is a team that played with determination and enthusiasm. They came together, as a true baseball team should do, ”said manager Carlos García after the game.

“Winning for Venezuela gives me feelings that I can’t even describe,” he added. The Admiral. “These are challenging times for our country, and the idea that we can make our people happy and proud fills me with happiness.”

At the time of the interview, Venezuela did not know which National Team they would face in the final.

“Both Mexico and Colombia are powerful teams,” Garcia concluded. “Those players represent their countries with pride. They both worked hard to get to where they are now. I’m sure the fans will have fun watching the final. “