The Charros de Jalisco returned to the bad steps, since this day they fell in the Sultana del Norte in the second game of the series against the Sultanes de Monterrey.
It was with a final score of 1-5 that the caporales fell in the Sultan Palace, and this was largely due to the plausible work that Nick Struck had on the mound of the shots, since the opener of the regios handcuffed the offensive of Jalisco during his stay on the mound.
Struck threw seven full reels in which he was barely hit by four hits, scored a run, gave away two passports and prescribed four chocolates to sign a grand opening against Jalisco.
In counterpart was Jaime Lugo, starter of the Charros who worked for the first three innings and a third of the match, a period in which the royal cops found the ball and hit him nine hits in addition to scoring five runs.
Subsequently, the blue and white relay managed to prevent Monterrey from doing them more damage, however Jalisco could not recover on the board and now he will have to win this Thursday if he does not want Sultanes to stay with the series (7:30 p.m.).