Santiago 2023: Americans whitewash Mexican women in softball
The Mexican Softball Team fell 7-0 against the United Statesfirst in the world, match valid for Group A in the XIX Pan American Games Santiago 2023.
The American pitcher Allyson Carda He had a majestic game for five innings, allowing only two hits and striking out nine batters in a challenge held at the Baseball and Softball Center in the commune of Cerrillos.
Cardin turn, was supported by the offense of her teammates throughout the day against the pitches of the Mexican starter Raci Cian Miranda.
In the first entry, Haylie McCleney She opened the game with a single down the third base line, and was then driven in by a Amanda Lorenz's two-run homer through left field for 2-0.
Then, Alison Aguilar He continued with the offensive feast by hitting a hit to right field, but due to an error by the ranger, he advanced to second base, putting another runner in scoring position.
After Mexico conceded the first 'out' to the North Americans, Dejah Mulipola batted for the infield, managing to advance Aguilar to the anteroom.
Then it came Sahvanna Jaquish and hit a triple from the right wing, driving Aguilar for 3-0.
At the same time, Baylee Klinger He followed it with another single between the right and left fields, driving in Jaquish and extend the lead to 4-0.
In the third inning, Mexico once again lit up the scoreboard, after Lauren Garcia opened the episode with a single to center field, was replaced by Aubrey Leach as an emerging runner.
With Mulipola at bat, leach she cheated second base to put another American runner in scoring position.
Mulipola He later received a ticket, Jaquish he fanned himself, but Klinger hit a hit to center field, towing Leache for 5-0.
The Americans scored another run in the fourth inning thanks to an RBI single by Aguilar for 6-0.
One inning later, the Americans added their sixth score with an RBI hit from McCleney that made score Mia Davidson and give him the comfortable 7-0 advantage and later the victory.
This way, United States moves on to play in the super round by finishing undefeated in Group A, which will start this Thursday, while Mexico finished in second place.
(With information from EFE)
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