Naranjeros, Sultanes and Venados remain undefeated at the start of the 2nd Lap in LMP

Naranjeros, Sultanes and Venados remain undefeated at the start of the 2nd Lap in LMP

Agustín Murillo and Julián Ornelas hit back-to-back home runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to make a five-run comeback, and the Charros de Jalisco defeated the Algodoneros de Guasave on Saturday 11-10 in Saturday’s activity at La Mexican Pacific League.

Japhet Amador went 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs, Félix Pérez added a two-run homer and José Manuel Rodríguez went 3-for-5 with three runs scored to complement the winners’ offense.

The stellar former Major League pitcher, Roberto Osuna (3-2), retired one inning in order to take the victory, while the reverse went to Rafael Córdova’s record (0-2), after allowing the two homers that he gave the victory to the Charros in just a third of the inning.

In Monterrey, Fernando Pérez hit 3-2 with an RBI and José Manuel Orozco responded with an RBI single of one more as a pinch hitter, the Sultans relied on a solid start from Carlos Teller to defeat the Eagles 3-0. of Mexicali.

Teller (1-1) covered five blank episodes throwing a barely three-hitter ball to win the game, and it was lost by Manuel Chávez (0-3), despite conceding just one run and three hits in five innings.

At Obregón, Joey Meneses hit a one-run RBI double in the top of the 12th inning to give the Tomateros de Culiacán a dramatic 6-5 victory over the Yaquis.

Román Alí Solís was 4-2 with a home run four RBIs, and José Guadalupe Chávez added a solo homer to round out the Tomateros’ offense.

Zacht Hartman (3-3) scored the win with a sharp 3 1/3 inning relief without allowing a score, and Alexis Portillo (1-3) lost after allowing the difference run in his one-inning relief.

At Los Mochis, a solid start by star Juan Pablo Oramas led the Hermosillo Naranjeros to a 5-1 victory over the Cañeros.

Oramas (3-3) managed to allow just one run despite tolerating eight hits in 6 2/3 innings to win the game, and Leuris Gómez (1-4) lost it, after receiving four touchdowns and six hits in seven chapters.

On offense, Julian León 4-2 with an RBI, Walter Ibarra 3-1 with an RBI, and José Cardona 4-2 with a run scored.

At Navojoa, Ricardo Valenzuela was 3-2 with a home run and two RBIs, Edson García was 4-1 with two RBIs and Leo Germán was 5-2 with a double and an RBI to lead the Venados de Mazatlán. to an 8-6 win over the Mays.

Gerardo Gutiérrez (1-1) retired two and two-thirds innings without allowing runs to take the victory, while the setback went to the record of Carlos De León (5-2), with five innings of four touchdowns and eight hits.

Hermosillo, Monterrey and Mazatlán lead the second round with 2-0, followed by Jalisco, Guasave, Ciudad Obregón and Culiacán with 1-1, as well as Navojoa, Los Mochis and Mexicali with 0-2.

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