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Machi’s 6th Save

Machi’s 6th Save

DOMINICAN LEAGUEToros del Este  5,  Tigres del Licey  3  --  Los Tigres posted 13 hits, but scored only one run in each of three innings.  In the 4th, C Robinzon Diaz singled, and another single and an error loaded the bases for DH Ronny Paulino, whose sacrifice fly plated the first Licey run.  Paulino also walked in the 6th run rally, when two more singles brought in a run.  A double and a single added their third run in the 7th.  1B Jake Fox also singled in that inning.  Los Toros scored twice in the 2nd inning, on three singles, a walk, and a sacrifice fly.  SS Pedro Ciriaco entered the game at shortstop for Los Toros in the 6th inning.  He reached base on a fielding error in the 7th, and that allowed a run to score.  Los Toros scored two more runs in the 7th, with a single, two walks, and two wild pitches.  Gigantes del Cibao  10,  Estrellas de Oriente  9  --  This was the wrap-up of a su...

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