Guasave.- A three-run attack in the second inning put Algodoneros de Guasave on track for their second victory of the preseason, after a tight 3-2 win over Mayos of Navojoa, this afternoon at Kuroda Park. The game was held on the 20th day of training for Algodoneros de Guasave.
Ariel Gracia started for Algodoneros, who pitched two blank innings; He was followed by the winner Refugio Marín, Jovany López, Jorge Monroy, Marco Fregoso and Jesus Broca.
Guasavense Luis Payán opened for the tribe, who took the loss, receiving three runs in the same number of innings; then Edwyn Valle (another Guasavense), left-hander Antonio Garzón, Emmanuel Barba and Ángel Barreras pitched.
Algodoneros went up on the board in the second inning, with a run attack.
Hector “The Old” Hernandez he drove the first with a double to nine, with which Ramón Ramírez scored.
Later, Ciro Norzagaray hit another stick from two corners to the left field, with which he sent Hernández to the register.
The last of the rally entered the spikes of Randy Delgado, thanks to a slow roll by Francisco Hernández’s initial. Mayos took off the shutout in the sixth, when Samar Leyva hit a sacrifice fly to seven, with which Jorge Sesma rang.
The tribe tightened the score in the eighth round with a run, which was driven by Nelson Quiroz with a double to the central defender.
The umpires Aurelio “Yeyo” Contreras at home plate, and Luis Corral at first, have done tremendous work in the two games they have umpired.
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For this day, the Algodoneros will pay a visit to Mayos de Navojoa, at the Manuel “Ciclón” Echeverría stadium, at 6:00 p.m. (7:00 p.m., in Sinaloa time).