Marcel Ozuna hits a home run in the Giants’ win over the Stars

The tough Major League hitter Marcell Ozuna drove in two with a home run, out of the five runs scored by the Giants, to beat the top Estrellas Orientales 5-4 on Tuesday, in the match played at the Julián Javier Stadium, in the resumption of activities after several breaks.

For Ozuna it was the fourth homers of the Dominican Republic’s fall winter baseball campaign.

The Giants set a record of 16-15, in the third place of the standing, while the Stars are still in the first with a mark of 18-13, in the contest that has the BanReservas Cup in dispute and dedicated to General (r) Kalil Haché Malkum In Memoriam.

In addition, Moisés Sierra, captain of the Giants, hit a double and a single that were his 400th and 399th hits in the Dominican Baseball League (Lidom).

Ozuna’s two-run hit came in the third inning in which the Colts scored three laps against Pachyderms pitcher Henry Sosa and with Hansel Alberto on base, after receiving a walk, to break a tie and make the game 4-2.

The other lap of that inning was driven by Richard Ureña against pitcher Víctor Alcántara (came in for Sosa) with a triple down the left field that led Sierra to the rubber, who had hit a tubey through center field against Sosa, a score that to the dessert was the advantage, and at that moment the score was 5-2.

The Greens were the first to score with two runs in the second inning that were line homers by Sam Hillard and Junior Lake off Colts pitcher Gabriel Ynoa.

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The Giants equaled 2-2 in that same act, with a double RBI from Carlos Paulino to score Sierra (infield hit to SS) and José Sirí (hit to CF) equalized by stepping on the plate by a passed ball from receiver Christian Bethancourt

Then the Orientals threatened and approached 5-4 with two more scores in the fourth when Sam Hillard doubled to left field off Ynoa and was pushed by Lake with a triple to right field, to score on a sacrifice fly to LF Melbrys. Viloria.

The winning pitcher of the game was reliever Miguel Del Pozo (1-0) when taking all three in a row in the fourth inning and a strikeout, in which they first scored two runs to starter Ynoa (3.0 IL, six hits and four earned returns). ), and saved Anthony Carter, his seventh of the tournament with 1.0 inning, one hit, two walks and a strikeout.

He lost the green starter Henry Sosa (0-1) in a short work of 2.1 innings, five hits, five runs -four earned-, a transfer and a strikeout.


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