Herrera and Bravos cut wings to Águilas in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League

Major League Baseball player Dilson Herrera had an explosive night on offense, which included a three-touchdown homer in the top of the 11th inning, and Margarita’s Braves beat the Águilas del Zulia 7-4 on Friday in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.

Herrera was 2-for-5 with two homers, both with runners on base, and six RBIs to shine in the Braves’ attack.

Anthony Molina (3-0) scored the win with a sharp two-inning blank relief, while the reverse went to Arik Sikula’s (2-3) record after allowing three runs and three hits in his one-third-of-the-box relief. entry.

In La Guaira, the Navegantes del Magallanes and the Cardenales de Lara divided victories in a doubleheader of games cut to seven innings.

In the first, the Cardinals won 7-2 thanks to the offensive performance of Osman Narval, who went 3-2 with a triple and three RBIs, and Carlos Rivero who batted 3-1 with two RBIs.

Mike Broadway (1-0) allowed one run in an inning to win the game, and it was lost by Wilking Rodriguez (1-1), shaken with five touchdowns and four hits in a third.

In Game 2, the Navegantes relied on a brilliant start from Gabriel Garcia to retaliate with a 2-0 win.

Garcia (2-1) ran the full route pitching all seven scoreless innings with a three-hitter ball and three strikeouts to claim the win. Jackson Stephens (3-3) took the loss after giving up two runs and four hits in three innings.

Alberth Martinez was 3-2 with an RBI, and Major League Baseball Pablo Sandoval was 2-2 with two doubles and a run scored for Navegantes.

In Caracas, César Valera opened the eighth inning with a double, advanced to third with a shot by Jesús Guzmán and scored the only run of the match on a wild pitch by Junior Guerra, and the Lions of Caracas beat the Tiburones de La 1-0. Guaira.

Jefry Valdez (1-1) completed three blank innings in relief work to record the victory, while Junior Guerra (1-3) conceded the setback with one run and five hits in eight innings with eight strikeouts.

In Maracay, a solid exit from Ramón Garcia led the Tigres de Aragua to a 4-3 victory over the Caribes de Anzoátegui.

García (4-2) gave up one run and four hits in six innings to win the game, and José Domínguez (1-2) lost it by allowing two runs and four hits in one chapter.

Henry Rodriguez went 3-2 with a double and an RBI, Wilson Garcia was 3-2 with a double and an RBI, while Carlos Tocci had three hits and drove in a run to excel on the Tigers’ offense.

Navegantes del Magallanes lead the circuit with a 21-12 mark followed by Cardenales de Lara (19-15), Tigres de Aragua (19-15), Bravos de Margarita (18-15), Leones del Caracas (18-16), Caribs of Anzoátegui (15-18), Sharks of La Guaira (12-21) and Águilas del Zulia (12-22).