In the Dominican on Wednesday night, Gregory Polanco went 2-for-3 with two singles, two RBIs and a walk in his team's 4-3 win. He also stole his second base of the season. In 70 ABs over 19 games, he has a .343/.459/.600 slash line, with 15 walks, 17 RBIs and 19 strikeouts.
Elvis Escobar made his Winter debut Wednesday night
Oscar Tejeda pinch-hit in the ninth inning against Polanco's team and reached on an error. He is now 8-for-31 on the season in nine games.
Matt Hague went 2-for-4 with his third double of the season. He is now hitting .296 in 54 ABs with five extra base hits.
Atahualpa Severino retired all three batters he faced in the eighth inning of his team's 3-2 loss. Severino got three straight ground balls, including one to shortstop from Matt Hague, his teammate fro...
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