In the Dominican Winter League on Friday night, Gregory Polanco extended his hitting streak to 12 games with an eighth inning single off Manny Delcarmen. Earlier in the game, Polanco drew two walks. He finished the game 1-for-2 with two walks. In his previous game, Polanco reached base five times.
De Jesus reached base three times in his debut
Atahualpa Severino faced three batters on Friday, striking out one and issuing two walks. Severino was replaced with one out in the inning and neither walk came around to score. One of the batters he faced was Gregory Polanco, pitching against him for the third game this season. Severino has walked him once, allowed a homer and picked up a strikeout.
Matt Hague had a three hit game on Friday, driving in two runs with a double and two singles...
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