LMB: Leones de Yucatán proclaimed champion after overwhelming Sultanes de Monterrey

Monterrey, Nuevo León.- The third time was the charm. Leones de Yucatán is the new champion of the Mexican Baseball League by crushing the Sultanes de Monterrey six runs to one, who tried to react in the closing of the ninth but it was too late.

The Greens quickly went to the lead and didn’t allow the Gray Ghosts to deliver that punch of authority they needed in the seventh and final match of the King’s Series. Henderson Álvarez did a great job by staying on the mound until the last at-bat for the locals.

The starting pitcher shone at the right moment to be one of the great heroes of the long-haired cast that got the first inning after a hit over right field by Café Jr. Martínez, who lived a magical night in this last duel in which he allowed Norberto Obeso reached the ‘home plate’ twice, and thus placed the scoreboard 2-0 at the Sultan Palace.

The Sultans, each time they entered the scene, only watched as each player struck out and while Leones de Yucatán took advantage of the adversity of the pitchers to begin engraving their name on that cup that moved away from their showcases in the last two finals of the LMB.

Within the seventh “Cafesito” Martínez produced three more with an impressive home run that began to bury the aspirations of the Sultanes. Not satisfied with that home run, Walter Ibarra also came to contribute in the championship game with a hit that visited the stands in the ninth inning for the 6-0 victory over Monterrey.

The Sultan Palace was a deluge due to the overwhelming result in favor of the visitors. Zoilo Almonte restored the illusion to the public with a cannon shot from the left that disappeared in the stands to prevent the local whiteness and at least the last race of the season for the people from Monterrey.

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With two ‘outs’ and two ‘strikes’ for José Augusto Figueroa, he hit the ball that was going towards a ‘home run’ but it hit the wall and in a superb connection between Yadir Drake and Walter Ibarra they reached the second mat to finish with the Sultanes de Monterrey to secure the fifth title in its history of the Mexican Baseball League (LMB).

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