Santiago 2023: Mexico starts Pan American baseball with a 'jewel' and beats the host
The Mexican baseball team won this Wednesday by an overwhelming 16-0 to Chile at the beginning of the Pan American Games Santiago 2023which will have their opening ceremony this Friday, in a game played at the Cerrillos stadium south of the Chilean capital.
Mexicowho comes from being champion in the Central American and Caribbean Games of San Salvadorwas much superior to his rival and by the fifth inning of the confrontation they already had the game in the bag with a 16-run lead, thus ending the inaugural duel of the discipline against the hosts.
Due to baseball competition regulations, a game can end before completing nine innings if the difference in the score between both teams is greater than 10 runs.
The Aztec team displayed all its power at bat with a total of 13 hits and from the first inning they added two runs. For the third inning eight additional runs were scored, and in the fourth inning they already had an advantage of 16 trips to the register to add their first victory of the competition.
From the hill, the national team did not he allowed no runs or hitsan achievement known around the diamonds as a 'jewel of pitching.'
Mexico arrives at this edition of the Pan American Games as one of the favorites to reach the podiumalong with the selections of Cuba and Venezuelawhile Chile experienced a bitter debut in this discipline within the Games.
Baseball, which will be played October 18 to 28this game will continue when Panama faces the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela faces Brazil.
The path of the national ninth will continue on Saturday the 21st when they face Dominican while on Monday the 24th they will face Panama to close the qualifying round.
The XIX Pan American Games They will be held from October 20 to November 5 and the VII Parapan American Games between November 17 and 26.
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