The Gauchos play their last chips to reach the World Baseball Classic

The Argentine baseball team lost by KO, 11 to 0, in the seventh inning, and this Sunday night they will face New Zealand at the Rod Carew Stadium, in Panama, to try to advance in the World PreClassic, which will award two tickets to the 2023 World Classic.

It was the second game for Los Gauchos, who between Friday night and early Saturday had beaten Pakistan in their debut, 7-4.

Guido Monis was the starting pitcher for the national team, who had a correct game until the fifth inning, when the local team, supported by around 10,000 people in the stadium, scored six runs and left Los Gauchos without a chance.

Before, there were annotations for the Panamanian cast in the second, third and fourth innings, while in the first and third inning Argentina cleaned up the innings.

In total the national team scored two hits against 12 of the premises and a home runby Jose Ramos.

The pitchers for Argentina, after Monis’ departure, were Kevin Riello, Thomás Cuenca, Juan Elorza, Carlos Giménez and Matías Asa Bartol.

This Sunday, from 7:05 p.m. in Panama and 9:00 p.m. in Argentina, Los Gauchos will play against New Zealand, which fell to Brazil 12-7 on Friday, at the start of the losers’ round. The winner will face the winner of the crossing between Pakistan and Nicaragua. Both winners will then play each other to define the one who faces for a ticket to the World Classic against the loser of the final that will be cheered on by Brazil and Panama, for the first World Cup ticket.

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This match was Argentina’s second in the World PreClassic, which will grant two tickets to the 2023 Classic.

It is a competition organized by the World Baseball Classic, Inc (WBCI), created by Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA).

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