Caesar Valdes wins the first game of the complex and Gigantes final against Guillaume
Caesar Valdes struck five innings at the start of the final series between the country’s northern neighbors, with Kelvin Guttierez scoring two runs to complete the relay monticular dominance. The Giants of Chibao Start with a 5-1 win Aquilas sipinas At the start of the final series of the Dominican Winter Ball.
The Waltzes allowed only one run in five episodes, so the Giants took the first step towards their goal: winning their second Dominican Winter Ball crown against a traditional final team like the Eagles. The first game of the series, scheduled for 7-4, took place at the Giants Xavier Stadium in San Francisco de Magorus, the home of the Giants.
In contrast to Valdes, his rival Joe Van Meter struck out one and two-thirds of the innings, scoring six wins, three runs, all, allowing one walk and two strikeouts.
The lock of the Akulocha offense came from 23 infields in their 27 outs. Of the four undeniable obstacles, one was a home run, three by Francisco Pena and the other by Louis Valenzuela. Two wins against Valdes. Jordi de los Santos (1.0), Miguel del Poso (1.0), Ryan Guzm ull (1.0) and Jumbo Thias (1.0) completed the work that Valdes started.
It was another defeat for Aquilas at the Julian Xavier Stadium, where they had only one win in two rounds in the regular round, and in this park they were beaten 23-17.
They face each other again at Chibao Stadium on Tuesday night, where the Giants also played two games and beat the Guinea Pigs 13-8.
The game was won by Waltz (1-0), who allowed two wins, a walk and three strikeouts. Van Meter lost (0-1).
The attack of the first episode was shot by Ronald Guzman, after the first out, in a double-to-center field. Kelvin Guterres followed a solo to the center that led to Guzman. Juan Francisco continued with a single center and Guzman scored. Moises was shot to fill the Sierra bases. Peter O’Brien flew a sacrifice to start the Giants 2-0 in the second round of the inning.
His attack continued two minutes later, in solidarity with Jose Sire center and when Guzman took him to second from a single from the middle. Guttierez drove Sir to the left field to make it 3-0, which determined the departure of starter Joe van Meter, who was replaced by Hector Yan, who eventually dominated Francisco.
The Eagles dismissed Francisco Pena with a solo homer on the left field against Caesar Valdes in third place.
In the next inning, after two outs, the Giants took a three-run lead again. On this occasion, Guzman sent a double against Lisalverto Ponila on the left field, and Guttierez shot past the center without knowing how to run in his second round, which Guzman scored, thus making the game 4-1.
In eighth place the Giants hit another fold, in which the Eagles used two pitchers in an inning. Jose Quas started and threw the ball to Sierra, who then advanced to second on a wild pitch.
He hit O’Brien. He knocked out O’Neill Cruz and singled to the right to mount Carlos Paulino’s bases. Touri came on the pitch for Torres Quas, Abiadel Avelino scored a single on the left, Sierra scored. Jose Chire closed the innings with a win for the first double of the third over.