In the Dominican, Gregory Polanco had a quiet night compared to what he did in his first five games. He went 1-for-4 on Friday night, scoring a run and extending his hit streak to six games. Polanco is 11-for-24 so far.
De Jesus will play in Puerto Rico this Winter
In that same game, Matt Hague had his five game hitting streak snapped. He went 0-for-4, dropping his average down to .304 through 23 AB's.
For the Gigantes del Cibao, Oscar Tejeda and Carlos Paulino both were in the starting lineup. Neither picked up a hit in their team's 2-1 win, though they each reached base via walk. Tejeda was at second base and he made an error. He first couple starts came in the outfield.
Atahualpa Severino pitched a perfect eighth inning in his team's loss, getting two ground outs and a strik...
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