RD defeats Panama and remains undefeated in the Caribbean series
Francisco Peña achieved an RBI double from three rounds, defeating the Dominican Republic Panama 11-6 in the Caribbean Series in Mazatlan, Mexico, and now easily dominates the tournament with a score of 3–0.
Starter Joe Van Meter won six innings and only allowed one dirty run.
The Dominicans wasted no time numbering the house, and they built a first-half tour, with the sacrifice fly of Milky Cabrera, who drove the car at Juan Lagares.
But the Panamanians responded quickly, taking advantage of a mistake made by second-team captain Rubel Garcia who allowed Jesus Lopez to draw.
Panama’s defense collapsed in the fourth game, when Juan Lagares hit a ball for third place after throwing twice with loaded bases, and a throwing foul by Hector Gomez Legor Lek and Johan Camarjo allowed the scores Then Robinson Cano hit the left side, pushing Francisco Peña to lead 4-1.
In a later episode, Peña finds the bases loaded and hitting three RBI double rounds, hitting third base on the board. Then Pina scored a goal at Sacrifice of Juan Lagares, walking to Jonathan Villar, capping in four runs.
The bat felt up again at eight, with a two-round RBI double for Milky Cabrera, who made the match 10-1. Defeating Edgardo Sandoval, with a three-episode show in which she holds three indisputable innings and two runs.
For RD, Cabrera went 4–2, with three RBIs, Peña 4–1, and three RBIs.