Hand in hand with Entenza, Matanzas tied the Cuban baseball final

Once again hanging from his reliever Noelvis Entenza, Matanzas achieved success in the national baseball postseason (this time 4×1) Y tied one win apiece on dual meet decisive versus Granma.

Crocodiles and Alazanes got involved in a pitching duel that had Yamichel Pérez and Leandro Martínez as protagonists, until At the height of the seventh episode, the current national champions were ahead by the minimum thanks to an error by catcher Roberto Loredo, to the joy of more than 15 thousand people gathered at the Martyrs of Barbados.

Nevertheless, the visit reacted immediately to reliever Carlos Santana and scored twice in the eighth (Here Yariel Duque’s emergent double and Loredo’s own go-ahead hit were key) and another two in the ninth, to sentence the score and force the trip to their home grounds with balance in the arm wrestling.

The last seven outs of the yumurina troop were taken out by the veteran Entenzawhich did not admit any annotation and the victory was scored.

The most outstanding hitters of both teams were Erisbel Arruebarrena (5-3, 2 doubles) and Javier Camero (5-2), for the occidentals; and Alexquemer Sánchez (3-2) and Iván Prieto (4-2), for the eastern team.

According to the official calendar that appears on the website of the Cuban Federation, the next match of this playoff will take place next Tuesday at the Victoria de Girón.

YesterdayGranma had won comfortably, 13×6.

Last year, these same squads disputed the insular title and the victory went to the showcases of Granma, 4-2.

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