It's still slow early in the winter season, so we have games from the last two days listed below. If you missed it from Monday, Australia is going to be a bit busier this year than usual.
On Tuesday night in the Dominican, Pablo Reyes went 0-for-2 off of the bench, coming into the game in the bottom of the fourth as a defensive replacement at second base.
In Venezuela, Elvis Escobar went 1-for-5 with a single and an RBI.
In Mexico, Carlos Munoz went 0-for-4 with a strikeout.
In the Dominican, Jung-Ho Kang played his fourth game. His team had the previous two days off. Kang went 0-for-3, with a fly out, a strikeout and a ground out to shortstop. He faced Marcus Walden, a 29-year-old, who has three years of Triple-A pitching experience. On a side note, Walden wa...
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