The Licey triumphs and is placed one to conquer its crown number 23

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El Licey triunfa y se coloca a uno para conquistar su corona número 23

El Licey was just one more step away from winning its first crown in the last six championships.

Jorge Alfaro put on the hero’s suit for the cats again by hitting a home run and a double, two-round tugs and the Tigers beat the Stars 3-1 last night at Tetelo Vargas to get just one win away from achieving their first scepter in the Dominican ball since in 2016-17 they dominated the Aguilas 5-4. This would be his 23rd crown

Although the game didn’t end without the Stars threatening in the ninth when they put runners on third and first with two out, but closer Jairo Asencio struck out Junior Lake to cap off the game.

Alfaro began his offense with a solitary homer in the first against Edwin Uceta, starter for the Stars, and then pushed Ronny Mauricio, who scored from first base after a tubey from the great high school reinforcement. Sergio Alcántara was in charge of pushing the other one from Licey with a single in the fourth.

They took it upon themselves to provide all the necessary punishment in front of seven All-Star pitchers.

While Brooks Hall, the starter for the blues pitched solidly during the first five innings and received the support of five other relievers to leave the greens in just one round and six hits.

The All-Star offense has been way behind in the past two games, barely scoring a turn in them.

Licey once again played without errors and has not made any in the series, while its rival made four errors and has eight in the event.

Hall was the winner, while Edwin Uceta was the loser. Jairo Asencio scored the number five save in the finals and is one away from equaling the mark held by Darío Veras.

In the Final Series agreed to a 7-4, the only teams that have managed to recover from it, at least when they have fallen below 1-3, are the one chosen from 1987-88, the year in which they beat the Stars and the Eagles 4-1 in 2020-21 when they beat the Giants.

Licey didn’t expect much and marked a return in the same first episode through Alfaro’s homers between the center and left fields against the starter Uceta.

The cats scored one more in the fourth, also after two outs, Dairon Blanco received a walk, the second was cheated and entered the race with a hit from Sergio Alcántara.

The blues raised the lead to 3-0 in the fifth by transferring Ronny Mauricio after two outs and scored from the opening by Alfaro’s double along the entire line on the left meadow.

But, at the conclusion of that inning, the pachyderms first broke the no-hitter that Hall had been throwing, through a double by Robinson Canó and another tubey connected by Lewin Díaz.

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