Mazatlan.- Deer of Mazatlan the thorn was removed and by avoiding the sweep, winning the third of the series against Mayos de Navojoa, with a score of 7-3 in the Teodoro Mariscal.
It was in the bottom of the third inning, when the locals broke the zero in the score. Maxwell Leon gave a tremendous blow to the serpentine of Octavio Acosta, to send it to the stands through right field, ahead of the home team 1-0.
For the fourth discharge, Mayos of Navojoa he responded immediately to tie the score. Édgar Torres had a small distraction from Maikel Serrano, who blew the wall with a tremendous hit of a feature film through the left meadow, in this way the tribe equalized the game and lit the hope of winning the series by sweep.
Mazatlán regained the lead in the same fourth. For the upper part, David olmedo He opened the shoot with a single, then stole second and reached the plate with an RBI double by Ricardo Valenzuela ringing at 2-1.
The red offense continued in the fourth, Ramón Ríos anchored at first with base per hit, then Maxwell León arrived, singled to right and drove in Ricardo Valenzuela’s run, who rang 3-1. In Juan Pérez’s shot there was an error, so another line arrived, scoring the 4-1 Ramón Ríos.
For the fifth Mayos shortened distances, with a solitary homerun by Juan Pérez’s right.
It was the seventh, when the visiting offense continued and with an infield hit by Samar Leyva, Luis Jiménez stepped on the plate at 4-3.
In the eighth, Carlos Muñoz led the shootout to the right meadow, then Ramón Ríon produced the 5-3 with a single.
For the eighth, Randy Romero drove two more lines with a double to the center, scoring Edson GarcÍa and Héctor Mora, leaving the score 7-3.
Jorge Flores closed the gap for the visitors, in the ninth, with a single to right, and Jesús Arredondo scored the final 7-4.
Octavio Acosta pitched four innings and came out backhand, allowed four runs, five hits, walked one and struck out two.
Martin Buitimea, Antonio Garzó, Francisco Moreno, Fabian Anguamea and Iván Salas, pitched as relieved by Mayos.
For Mazatlán, Édgar Torres took the victory, with six innings of work, where they made him two runs, four hits, struck out five mayos and gave a base.
Marco Rivas, Tomás Solís, Iván Zavala and Roberto Espinosa acted as relief for the Reds.
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Venados has a rest today and travels to Zapopán, where they start the series tomorrow against Charros de Jalisco at 6.30 p.m. Mitch Lively would be the opener for the first one.