Villahermosa, Tabasco.- The myth that the Centennial Stadium February 27 is a park that favors pitching and it is hell for batters is a reality and Toros de Tijuana he could verify it when he fell for the third consecutive day against Olmecas de Tabasco.
Radhamés Liz delivered five one-run innings, but was outplayed by his antagonist Juan Pablo Oramas in the border team’s 2-1 defeat against the “cuttlefish”.
The Tijuana squad suffered its first sweep since May 11, 2022 when Sultanes completed the cleanup at the Estadio Monterrey.
With the setback, those led by Homar Rojas fell to 18-12 in wins and lossesalthough they remain in third position in the North Zone, one game behind the leader Owls of the Two Laredos.
Liz and Oramas engaged in a superb pitching duel in which the only wink was made by the Cuban when he allowed Ramón Hernández’s solo home run in the fourth inning as he hit the left field fence for the 1-0 score.
The pitching of the Tabasqueños was broken until the ninth inning, since after hanging eight rings, Félix Pérez appeared to vaccinate them with his twelfth homer of the season over the relief of closer Fernando Salas in the ninth chapter.
The “Niño” extended his advantage as leader of the department of power and, incidentally, extended the chain of consecutive games with at least one home run to 21 for Tijuana Bulls.
Parity faded fast when Olmecs of Tabasco He left the Tijuanenses lying on the field for the second consecutive night when Ramón Hernández appeared and hit his second table of the night and the fourth of the series to leave the final score at 2-1.
on the mound
Radhamés Liz delivered a card with good marks in five innings of an earned run, six hits, the same number of strikeouts, without giving up walks, but in the end he left without a decision. The Cuban reduced his ERA to 3.12.
In his relief, the left-handed Luis Márquez worked with a ring in the sixth round; Javy Guerra in the seventh and Pedro Strop without incident in the eighth act,
Juan Pablo Oramas launched a gem of five blank innings with three hits, five strikeouts and two walks. The Villahermosa native reduced to 1.31 your percentage of earned runs admitted, the best record in the Mexican Baseball League.
The local bullpen caught fire with Isidro Márquez Jr. with a third; Román Méndez with a blank round; Derrick Loop the eighth scoreless, Fernando Salas blew the save, but in the end they pointed to the victory.
to tear down walls
Toros de Tijuana will look to Piratas de Campeche to pay the piper when they visit the Nelson Barrera Romellón Stadium for a three-game series that will take place over the weekend.
The times for the duels are 6:30 p.m. on Friday, 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday (Tijuana time).
The pitchers on duty are Faustino Carrera (2-1; 2.36), Nick Struck (3-0; 2.55) and Carlos Hernández (2-1; 1.46) for the border team, while the team led by Oswaldo Morejón will count on the mound with Demetrio Gutiérrez (1-1; 6.04), Daniel Flores (2-2; 2.96) and Edgar González (0-2; 6.75).
EQUIPMENT 123 456 789 C H E
Tijuana 000 000 001 1 5 0
Tabasco 000 100 001 2 8 0
Winning pitcher: Fernando Salas (1-0)
Defeated pitcher: Pedro Strop (0-1)
Quadrangular: (TIJ) Félix Pérez (12)
(TAB) Ramon Hernandez 2(4)
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