From the Dominican on Sunday, Gregory Polanco went 1-for-4 with an RBI double in his team's 5-3 loss. Through three games, he is hitting .364 with two homers, five RBI's and three outfield assists. In that same game, relief pitcher Atahualpa Severino was on the opposing side and he allowed one run in 2/3 of an inning. He struck out two batters and allowed two hits, one of which was a solo home run.
Tejeda had three hits last night, including his first home run
Oscar Tejeda had a big day at the plate for Gigantes del Cibao, but his team still lost 7-4 in 11 innings. Tejeda went 3-for-5, falling a double short of the cycle. He drove in three runs and stole a base. He has been in left field for all three of his team's games. His teammate in the Dominican was also his teammate for most o...
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