In a party full of nonsense, industrial He got his ticket to the postseason of Cuban baseball by defeating Artemisa (10×9) this Friday, at the 26 de Julio stadium.
To become the sixth team classified for that stage, the Blues got involved with the homeowners in a clash where there were no shortage of errors, lots of walks, balls, rain and dubious refereeing decisions, to the point that the manager Guillermo Carmona decided to play “under protest”.
The offensive contribution of left fielder Ariel Echevarría (5-3 with a home run and two RBIs) and the pitching work of reliever Erick Cristian González, who pitched 4.1 innings of two hits and the same number of strikeouts, were fundamental for the cause of the people from the capital.
It is noteworthy that the Artemiseños left 14 runners in circulation.
The other schools that already have a passport for the playoffs are Sancti Spíritus, Las Tunas, Granma, Ciego de Ávila and Matanzas.
Everything indicates that the seventh and eighth tickets will go to Mayabeque and Pinar del Río.
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