Dominican Republic and Venezuela will play the final of the Caribbean Series | News
The teams from Venezuela and the Dominican Republic will meet in the grand final of the LXV Caribbean Series, Gran Caracas, by defeating their respective rivals in the semifinal round of the tournament.
Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic advance in the Caribbean Series
In the first game of the day, the Tigres del Licey defeated the Cañeros de los Mochis eight scores to three and in this way, the most winning team in this competition, ensured that a Dominican team is in the final for the fourth consecutive edition.
Former major leaguers Esmil Rogers was the pitcher who scored the victory with acceptable work from the mound where, in six innings, he allowed two runs, walked three and struck out three opponents.
On the side of the winners, Luis Barrera stood out at bat, who left with three hits in the clash. Cuban Henry Urrutia and Kelvin Gutiérrez contributed two RBIs to the cause.
In the closing game, the local Leones del Caracas defeated the Colombian Vaqueros de Monterías seven scores to five.
The Venezuelans came out aggressively to the batting box and from the very first inning they scored two runs that ended up being the final advantage between both teams.
The Venezuelan batters continued to take advantage of their at-bats and in the third and fifth they completed another two-run cluster and a solo one in the sixth inning.
For their part, the Colombians managed to discount a score in the third, they scored two more in the fifth inning and the same number in the eighth, but their production was insufficient to achieve the comeback.
For the winners, highlight the work with the wood of José Rondón who hit a home run in the fifth inning that served to boost two scores when Colombia had placed the match 4-3.
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