Carrasco decides victory for Licey

Dennicher Carrasco connected rolled through the anteroom to crown a cluster of two laps at the end of the eighth episode for the Tigres del Licey to beat Leones del Escogido 5-4, corresponding to the regular series of the winter baseball tournament, option BanReservas cup , dedicated to the late Colonel Kalil Haché, in the Quisqueya stadium.

The indigo triumph marked the debut of its new manager José Offerman, who immediately showed his knowledge in this baseball with key movements at the indicated time.

With their win, the Blues stop a two-game losing streak to set their record now at 5-8. On his side, the Lions put their record at 6-7.

The victory corresponded to reliever Oliver Ortega (1-0) as he worked a two-strikeout blank inning. José Rafael Diaz lost (0-1) by allowing the two rounds of the indigo win. Jairo Asencio pitched the ninth to score the save.

The Lions took control of the game by manufacturing a lap in the same first inning and two more in the second to take control of the game 3-0.

But the blue offense did not wait and made two touchdowns at the end of the second against the shipments of the red starting pitcher, Cristopher Molina. Hanley Ramírez started the episode by negotiating a transfer. Anderson Tejeda crawled across the box forcing Hanley into second base. Yeison Asencio struck out. Michael De La Cruz had an RBI double that brought Anderson to the plate. Dawel Lugo continued the party with an unstoppable producer in the middle of the field scoring De La Cruz from the second.

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The Bengali charged again at the end of the third by scoring a line to equalize the score at 3-3.

Molina still shooting for the Lions, Ronny Mauricio delivered the first out with a fly to the field on the left. Jorge Bonifacio hit the left unstoppable.

Molina’s job ends. Drew Carlton takes over the mound. Hanley reached base by second baseman’s error, moving Bonifacio to third base. Anderson Tejeda singled down shortstop as Bonifacio scored the return of the Indigo tie.

KNOW MORE Rogers needed win bad.
For the Tigers it was opened by left-hander Steve Moyers, who this time could not emulate his previous outings.

One in the seventh.
The hairy men returned to the charge in the seventh by scoring a line and taking control of the game 4-3. But the Tigers did not wait and riposted at the end of the eighth.

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