Abreu hits a home run for the second day in a row; Cruz takes center stage with another

 Houston (USA), .- The Cuban Jose Abreu continues using an explosive baton and hit a homer for the second day in a row to look like one of the Latin American hitters featured in the Major League Baseball day.

Dominican designated hitter Nelson Cruz begins to take center stage with his new team of the Minnesota Twins and hit his first homer of the season.

Abreu homered for the second day in a row and his compatriot first baseman Yonder Alonso also sent him to the street for the Chicago White Sox, who beat the Kansas City Royals 6-3.

Abreu (2) hit the whole back in the fourth, with no teammates on the road, when there was one out in the episode.

The Cuban, who added his second straight homer, punished the pitching of Puerto Rican starter Jorge Lopez.
Alonso (1) also homered, he did it in the fourth inning on Lopez, with no runners on the road.

Closer Alex Colomé (1) scored the ransom in one episode, striking out a batter.

Cruz hit a two-run homer for the Twins, who beat the Cleveland Indians 9-3 after the fifth inning sent the ball over the wall against Venezuelan starter Carlos Carrasco, leading a runner ahead.

The Dominican, who hit 3 of 5, finished with two RBIs and one run scored and put .364 his batting average since the season began.

The Venezuelan reliever Martín Pérez (1-0) worked three innings and two thirds, accepted five hits and three touchdowns and got the victory.

Perez made 82 sends against 19 enemies, and put in 7.36 his average of effectiveness.

Venezuelan designated hitter Renato Nuñez hit a three-run homer for the Baltimore Orioles, which beat the New York Yankees 7-5.

Núñez (1) threw it in the first episode against J.A. Happ, when there were two runners on the way and one out at the entrance.

The Venezuelan, who hit 2 of 4 and finished with three RBIs and two runs, pulled the ball over the top of left field.
For the Yankees, Dominican receiver Gary Sanchez (1) homered in the seventh, solitary bambinazo, with two outs in the inning.

Venezuelan wide receiver Omar Narvaez hit a three-run homer for the Seattle Mariners, who defeated the Boston Red Sox 10-8, current league champions who are not having their best start to the season, defending the title of WBC champions. the World Series.

In the third episode Narváez (2) took it out by leading two runners ahead against starter Rick Porcello.

Dominican starter Frankie Montas was solid in six innings and the Oakland Athletics defeated the Angels 2-1 in Los Angeles.

Montas (1-0) allowed three hits, home runs and runs to credit the triumph of the Athletics.

The Dominican made 77 pitches, 51 of them to the strike zone, against 21 batters.

Venezuelan third baseman Asdrúbal Cabrera hit four corners and the Texas Rangers won 11-10 at the Chicago Cubs in the Interleague series game.

Cabrera (2) sent the ball into the street in the seventh inning against relay Mike Montgomery, with a runner on base. (EFE)


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