In Dominican League playoff action from last night, Starling Marte went deep for the third time in four games, helping his team to a 6-3 win. Marte returned to Winter League action Friday night and homered in the eighth inning to help his team to a 5-3 victory. On Sunday night, he drove in four runs, including two on a first inning homer. Last night his homer came in the ninth inning as he exacted a bit of revenge. After singling in his first time up, then getting thrown out on a bunt attempt in the third, Marte was hit by a pitch in both the sixth and seventh innings. The solo homer gave his team a comfortable five run lead as they held on to win 6-3.
In other action from the Dominican from last night, Felix Pie went 1-for-4, with a run scored and an RBI. He also stole his third base o...
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