Industriales: First with 10 hits in Elite Baseball League

Industriales: First with 10 hits in Elite Baseball League
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24 November 2023
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Industriales beat Las Tunas 12x5, secured the sub-series and confirmed itself with 10 hits in the leadership of the II Elite League of Cuban Baseball, at the end of the first third of the calendar.

The Leones won for the second day in a row against their tormentor in the final of the last national series. They have five wins in six games against the Leñadores, who remain in last place in the standings.

The tenth victory of the Azules featured a grand slam by Jorge Enrique Alomá and a three-run home run by Oscar Valdés, who the day before also hit a home run at the Estadio Latinoamericano in this city.

Starter Islay Sotolongo (6.0 IP, 3CL, 7H, 3K, 1BB) signed his second win in the tournament, while his opponent Eliander Bravo gave up his second win.

In the center of the island, the Gallos de Sancti Spíritus also repeated their success against the team from Santiago de Cuba 10x6. With long relief, Yankiel Mauris (4.1 IP, 4H, 6K, 1BB) got the victory. Third save for Yanielquis Duardo, co-leader in the League with Mauris.

Outfielder Lázaro Fernández produced three hits, including a triple, and drove in four runs. Juan Carlos Arencibia and Rodolexis Moreno also had three hits each to support the Gallos.

The day was completed with Artemisa's knockout of Matanzas (10x0) in seven innings, a result that evened the sub-series at one hit per side.

Erlis Casanova worked a complete game. He only allowed three hits, struck out five opponents and did not give out any tickets to be two hits away from joining the club of 100-game winners in Cuban championships.

Waiter Osbel Pacheco hit a double and a home run to drive in three runs. Dennis Laza batted 4-3, including a pair of two-run homers, and sent two runners to the rubber.

Industriales (10-4) maintained the privileged position in the standings, followed by Sancti Spíritus (8-5), Artemisa (7-7), Matanzas (6-7) and Santiago de Cuba and Las0



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