RD defeats Panama and remains undefeated in the Caribbean series

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.

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