8-7. Panama, coming from behind, defeats Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Series

The ninth of Panama coming from behind defeated Puerto Rico on Wednesday 8 races by 7 and maintained its perfect pace in the number 61 of the Caribbean Series, which takes place in the Panamanian capital.

The Panamanians managed to attack in the second chapter with a hairline at the feet of Elmer Reyes, after an unstoppable by Jonathan Gálvez.

The answer of the Puerto Ricans arrived in the low of that same section, when Juan Navarreto opened the entrance with unstoppable and was towed to the house by an unstoppable Jack Lopez.

The mountaineering work of the starters Luis Mateo, for Panama and Iván Maldonado, for Puerto Rico, was hermetic for four complete innings.

In the low of the sixth, the Puerto Ricans pressed the pace to bring two to the house.

Double of Danny Ortiz, to the line of the right, who sent home Bryan Navarreto, with the wrong shot at the plate Ortiz advance to the anteroom, then step on the register by an uncontrolled pitch of Anfernee Benitez, third pitcher that Manuel used Rodríguez, Panamanian helmsman.

Tyler Herron, reliever of starter Iván Maldonado, took two thirds of an episode and stopped Panama in the seventh, leaving a runner at third base waiting for a tackle.
In the seventh Panamanian reliever Gabriel Ramos got into trouble filling the bases.

Navarreto appeared again with unstoppable Ivan De Jesus, Daniel Vidal and Reymond Fuentes, bringing the score to 6 for 1 advantage and bringing their team closer to their first win.

In the eighth stage, with two outs, the Panamanians made a mess of the Puerto Ricans. The rebellion was against Fernando Cruz.
With strength the Panamanians filled the bases, before the lack of control of the pitcher, so that Elmer Reyes pushed two more to the house.

Reyes and Allen Córdoba were on the trails and Javier Guerra was responsible for bringing home both, to put the score 6 runs for 5.

Among the relievers Jose Escalona and Enrique Burgos Jr. they took the eighth episode without problems and left the stage ready for what the heroic one would give.

In the ninth high part, Jonathan Gálvez hit unstoppable, to advance by touch of Angel Reyes. Orozco continued the party with unstoppable, with one out and advancing Galvez to third, Jilton Calderon brought the two home to turn the score.
Calderón would score the eighth of the Panamanians for unstoppable tug of Allen Cordoba.

The former big leagues with the Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs Manuel “Manny” Corpas, who allowed a run, sealed the victory of the Panamanians and scored their number two rescue in the series.

Enrique Burgos Jr., in relay work, with a third of episode took the win, while the defeat went to Luis Cruz, who threw two thirds of entry, allowed three hits and two runs.

The Panamanian offense responded on Wednesday, linking 14 hits, with Jiltón Calderón being the best 2-2, with two RBIs and two runs scored.

For the Puerto Ricans, who had seven hits, the best at bat was Brian Navarreto, with two hits in five plate appearances, with one run scored and two RBIs.

For tomorrow, the Panamanians, planted in group B, will rest, while in this same group Dominican Republic will be measured in Puerto Rico, from 20:00 local time (01:00 GMT on Friday).

For the group A, early in the morning 15:00 local time (20:00 GMT), Mexico comes to play life against Cuba, which lost today to Venezuela, which also rests.

Annotations:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 C I E

Panama 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 8 14 2

Puerto Rico 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 7 7 0

PG: Enrique Burgos (1-0)

PP: Luis Cruz (0-1)

SV: Manuel Corpas (2)

Incidents: Sixth match of the Caribbean Series Panama 2019 held at the Rod Carew national stadium, located in the Panamanian capital. (EFE) .-

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