Tehran and Yamaico guide the success of the Bulls against the Giants

Julio Tehrán pitched 6 solid innings, Yamaico Navarro drove in a couple of laps Rodolfo Castro had a good debut, so that the Toros del Este beat the Gigantes del Cibao 5-1, in a match held this Saturday at the Francisco A. Micheli Stadium.

The win snaps a 2-game losing streak for the Bulls (5-12), while the Giants (8-9) lose their fourth in a row.

Teheran (1-2, 3.63) was masterful and faced the minimum for 6 innings where he barely allowed 1 hit, did not walk and struck out 6 batters, scoring the victory. The Colombian joined Raúl Valdés as the only bullfighting starters with a 6-episode start on the season. The defeat went to starter Pedro Fernández (1-2, 4.82) by allowing 4 runs and 6 hits in 5 episodes.

In the last 10 games, the Toros starters have an ERA of 2.46, only surpassed by the Licey starters.

The bullfighting reliever took care of the rest, left-hander Emailin Montilla snuffed out a Giants threat in the seventh when they loaded the bases with no outs, but struck out Juan Francisco to keep the Giants scoreless. In total, the bullfighting relievers completed 3 episodes of 1 round, parading through the box Tim Peterson, Montilla, Wandisson Charles and the lefty Fernando Abad took the last 3 outs.

The Bulls hit 4-for-9 with runners in scoring position, while the Bullfighting Arms limited the Giants to 0-for-3 with runners in scoring position.

how they scored

The Bulls got up early with 2 runs in the second inning, just the fourth time this season that the bullfighting troupe scores first in a game, thanks to RBI singles by Yamaico Navarro who led Cristhian Adames to the plate and David Bañuelos then brought the rubber Navarro himself.

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In the sixth the owners of the Corral scored another 2 laps, the debutant Rodolfo Castro gave an RBI double that allowed Esteury Ruiz to score from second base, then Castro stole third base and scored thanks to a shooting error by catcher José Tena.

The Giants opened the scoreboard in the eighth inning with a huge home run by Wladimir Balentien, his first of the season.

The bullfighting troupe recovered that lap of advantage when Yamaico Navarro singled for the shortstop’s premises that pinch-runner Alen Hanson took advantage of to score from second base.

For the Bulls, Yamaico Navarro 4-2 with 1 run scored and 2 RBIs, Rodolfo Castro 4-1, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 stolen base, Cristhian Adames 3-2 with 1 run scored and David Bañuelos 3-1 with 1 produced.

For the Giants, Balentien 3-1, home run, 1 run scored and 1 RBI, Tito Polo 4-2 The Bulls travel to Santo Domingo this Sunday to face the Lions, Ronald Bolaños will start for the Bulls, he will face Humberto Mejía.


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