Gregory Polanco had his second straight 1-for-4 game, picking up a single. He has hits in seven straight games to start the Dominican League season. Polanco is 12-for-28 with four doubles and three homers.
Polanco has hits in all seven games he has played in Winter Ball
Luis Sanz allowed one run on one hit and he a hit batter in two innings of work. He also threw a wild pitch. In five innings over four appearances, Sanz has allowed two runs on three hits and two walks.
In Venezuela, Jose Osuna got into his first game since last Friday and he didn't see much time. He came on as a defensive replacement in the ninth inning and didn't bat. He has played six games so far, going 2-for-6 with two doubles and two walks.
In Mexico, Ali Solis went 2-for-4 with a double and his first stol...
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