Baseball: Clemente Grijalva’s final begins with a division

With a division of honors, the final series for the Clemente Grijalva Cota Baseball League championship began in its unusual 2021 campaign, between the teams of Guiber-Juan José Ríos and Deportivo Vega-Higuera de Zaragoza on a hot day held in the Emilio Ibarra Almada stadium.

The Guiber-Juan José Ríos team came from behind and with a sensational comeback in the last two innings they won with a final score of six runs by three after losing 3-1.

An error by third baseman Paúl Llano opened the doors for Juan José Rios’ team to put together a rally of three great races in the top of the ninth inning to finally win that important victory that momentarily put them ahead in the title duel .

 

The victory went to pitcher Martín Beltran in a one-inning job on a no-run hit, finishing Misael Mondaca scoring the save in a one-inning job with a hit and a strikeout. Alex Astorga started working seven innings in three runs with seven hits, two bases and nine strikeouts.

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The reliever Pablo Ruíz, third of the four pitchers used in the game by manager Jorge González, lost with a full inning job on two bases, a strikeout and three runs.

José Ángel Hernández started in six innings with one run, five hits and three strikeouts, followed by Imanol Villegas and finishing Eduardo López

The team from Higuera de Zaragoza matched the cards by winning the evening game with a final score of 3-2.

The winners made two runs in the second inning and the one on the difference in the fifth, where the losers made their only touchdown.

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The victory was booked by pitcher Luis Fernando Méndez in a seven-inning job with two runs, ten hits and five strikeouts, followed by Imanol Villegas who scored the save in a two-inning job with a strikeout. The loss was charged to fellow first baseman Daniel Valdez in seven innings with three runs, three hits, two bases and seven strikeouts, ending Aldo Leyva.

In the best with the bat by Juan José Ríos, Iván Araujo connected at a 4-3 rhythm with a pair of home runs and three RBIs, Rafael Carmona 8-4, and Éden Valdez 7-3. For the rivals, Miguel Sánchez 3-1 with a homer and pair of trailers, Roberto Figueroa 5-2, Christian Navarro 7-3 and Jorge Luis Acosta 7-2.

The actions will resume next Sunday in the same house of the Cañeros de Los Mochis.


 

They go by helicopter for a woman to the Sierra de San Ignacio, Sinaloa

 

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