Águilas remains stretched out before Algodoneros and 4 share leadership in Mexicana del Pacífico

Star Jesse Castillo hit a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to resolve a dramatic encounter, and the Algodoneros de Guasave escaped Sunday with a 10-9 victory over the Águilas de Mexicali in an in-game hitting festival. in the Mexican Pacific League.

Castillo was 3-2 with a double, a home run and four RBIs, while Jhoan Urena was 2-for-5 with a home run and four RBIs to lead the Algodoneros’ attack.

Jesús Pirela (1-1) benefited from his team’s offense and won the game after allowing one run and three hits in one 1/3 innings. The setback went to the record of Enrique Burgos (0-1), after admitting the difference run after retiring only one batter in his relief.

At Hermosillo, César Salazar was 3-4 with a double and five RBIs, while Walter Ibarra was 3-2 with two RBIs to propel the Naranjeros to an 8-2 victory over the Sultanes de Monterrey.

The star Elian Leyva (6-1) covered five innings of two touchdowns and four hits with six strikeouts to win the game, and Nick Struck (3-2) lost it, punished with six touchdowns and six hits in two and a third innings. .

At Los Mochis, José Aguilar went 3-for-4-3 with an RBI and Manny Rodríguez went 4-2 with an RBI, and the Charros de Jalisco did enough to beat the Cañeros 3-1.

Irwin Delgado (1-1) scored the victory with a sharp relief of four blank episodes, and lost Leuris Gómez (1-5) despite allowing only two runs and seven hits in six innings. The star Roberto Osuna scored the rescue with a blank inning and a third, with three strikeouts.

In Obregón, the Yaquis exploded with an eight-touchdown attack in the same first inning, en route to an 8-5 victory over the Navojoa Mayos.

Alonzo Harris hit a bases-loaded homer while Kristian Delgado drove in two runs with a single to lead the Yaquis’ attack.

Demetrio Gutiérrez won (6-1) with five innings in which he allowed four runs and six hits, and Carlos De León (5-3) lost, shaken with six touchdowns in just two-thirds of the inning of labor.

At Mazatlán, Maxwell León was 2-for-1 with a home run, three RBIs and two runs scored, while Detroit Tigers player Isaac Paredes was 2-for-1 with an RBI in the Venados’ 5-3 win. about the Tomateros.

Édgar Torres (4-1) scored the victory with work of five innings in which he allowed only one run and five hits. José Bravo (2-1) took the loss after allowing a pair of touchdowns and four hits in 4 1/3 innings.

In the second round, Navojoa, Mexicali, Hermosillo and Mazatlán lead the circuit with a 12-9 record, followed by Obregón (11-10), Guasave (11-10), Monterrey (9-11), Jalisco (9-11) ), Culiacán (9-12) and Los Mochis (6-15).