Game four is, without a doubt, a very important match for the Algodoneros de Guasave tonight at Kuroda Park, because a victory would give them a match for the final series of the Arco Mexicana del Pacífico League and thus with this it would be forced. the return to the city of Los Mochis define the championship.

Game three was only on one side, where Oscar Robles’ starting pitching looked bossy, with a Matt Pobereyko who only allowed a single hit. Now in this game four, the person in charge of pitching for the Algodoneros de Guasave is Geno Encina, a right-handed pitcher with a great repertoire of his pitches and who can repeat what his teammate did for the second night in a row.

Geno Encina will seek to give the Algodoneros a tie in the final series. Photo: Courtesy

By Los Mochis cane growers, the hopes of José ‘Cheo’ Moreno are assigned to the right-hander Darel Torres, who has just thrown well in the semifinals against the Yaquis from Ciudad Obregón. Torres will have to be careful with the Algodoneros line up, who in game three woke up with the wood.

Darel Torres will be in charge of climbing the hill this Wednesday for Cañeros. Photo: Courtesy

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Guasave arrives with an emotional boost to heaven after the beating of game three with a score of 10-0 and that makes them even stronger today where the fans will be present again very early in the afternoon to pack the stands as they He did on Tuesday, who fought throughout the game despite the strong cold that prevailed throughout the game.

Today game four is played from the Kuroda Park Stadium in Guasave. Photo: Twitter Arco Mexicana del Pacífico League

Sports editor in Los Mochis, in charge of the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as the Major Leagues, NBA, NFL, Liga MX, Champions League and other international European soccer leagues. He graduated from the Universidad de Occidente Los Mochis campus in Communication Sciences, with a degree in English from the University of Arizona Phoenix campus. He successfully completed the digital sports journalism workshop at the University of Guadalajara. Coverage in the Mexican Pacific League attending the 2019 final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as the Play Offs of the Pacific Coast Basketball Circuit. I was part of the coverage of the NFL Monday Night 2022 in Mexico City, where the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals played at the Azteca Stadium. I have worked for EL DEBATE for 11 years, seven of which I have worked as a sports editor in the print area. Since the year of 2020, I entered the digital part in the sports portal, where until now I am part as a Web Journalist. Specialist in issues of Liga MX, Liga MX Femenil, Mexican National Team and MLB.

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