Ciudad Obregón.- With a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the fourteenth inning by Juan Carlos Gamboa, Yaquis from Ciudad Obregón left Algodoneros de Guasave on the field, defeating them 3-2, to match the series to one victory per side, within the 2022-2023 season of the Mexican Pacific Arch League.
The blue and whites, with the reverse, left with a 9-7 win-loss record, tied for second place with Mayos, Venados and Cañeroswhile the Sonorans continue in the penultimate rung with a record of 6-10 in wins and setbacks.
Nico Tellache, started for the Blue and Whites, who lasted on the mound for five and a third innings, two runs, three walks and prescribed six chocolates. He was relieved by Felipe Arredondo, Jovany López, the rookie Manuel Castro, Rafael Córdova, Anthony Herrera and the defeated Refugio Marín.
Fernando Sánchez started for Yaquis and worked three and two-thirds innings. He was followed by Néstor Anguamea, Mario Meza, Samuel Zazueta, Peyton Gray, José Carlos Medina and the winner Jorge Sauceda.
The Yaquis were the first to put music on the scoreboard when with an unstoppable to the central garden of Sebastián Valle he sent Brazilian Leonardo Reginatto home.
In the top of the third inning, Algodoneros tied the shares at one run.
First, José Félix opens the shootout with a single and after two outs, he dropped to the pentagon with a double to the left field by Keven Lamas.
In the lower part, the tribe made one more to take command of the meeting. Here Juan Carlos Gamboa with a hit, allowed Jared Oliva to score the second run of the match.
The Blue and Whites in the seventh top, with a single to the right by JOsé Félix sent Alejandro Ortiz to the promised land with the tie race.
The third of the series will start at 5:00 p.m., for Algodoneros will open Geno Encina, who while for the Sonorans will do it Javier Arturo López.