In a light day of action on Monday, Jerry Sands went 1-for-3 with an RBI. He had a single and a sacrifice fly. There was only one game in Puerto Rico due to the weather. Sands is 1-for-7 through two games.
In the Dominican, Matt Hague went 0-for-4 in his team's 4-3 loss. Hague is hitting .306 through ten games.
Gregory Polanco had the day off one night after having his 13 game hitting streak snapped. If you missed it from yesterday, we broke down the competition level in the Dominican, taking a look at all of the pitchers that Polanco has faced this season.
In Nicaragua, Adolfo Flores allowed one hit and recorded one out in his third appearance. He has pitched 2.1 innings, giving up three hits, but no runs.
Both the Venezuelan and Mexican Leagues had off yesterday....
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