The Tomateros defeat the Naranjeros 6-1 and tie the Pacific final

The Tomateros defeat the Naranjeros 6-1 and tie the Pacific final

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Hermosillo (Mexico), Jan 23- The champions Tomateros de Culiacán defeated the Naranjeros de Hermosillo 6-1 this Saturday to tie a victory by side in the final series of the Mexican Pacific League.

As visitors, the Tomateros took advantage of a weak relief from Hermosillo in the seventh and eighth innings to define the victory that allowed them to take a breather in the final.
Los Naranjeros took advantage in the third inning. Jasson Atondo doubled to left field. After that, José Cardona made a touch of sacrifice that sent Atondo to third base from where he scored 1-0 thanks to a ground to second base by Norberto Obeso.
Culiacán tied the game 1-1 in the fifth inning with Efrén Navarro’s solo homer in right field.
Juan Pablo Oramas, starter for the Naranjeros, left the game with the game tied and in six innings allowed two hits, a touchdown and struck out eight.
Oramas’ departure marked the defeat of the Naranjeros in a fateful seventh inning in which Hermosillo turned to three different relief pitchers.
Marcelo Martínez, who replaced Oramas, received from his first rival, Sebastián Elizalde, a solo homer to put the game 2-1.
Later, Martínez accepted a single by Joey Meneses and after facing one more rival, he left the duel to give responsibility on the mound to Raúl Barrón.
Barrón intentionally walked Jesús Castillo and allowed a Wilson single that sent Meneses home for 3-1.
Taking advantage of the board, Tomateros manager Benjamín Gil decided to take out starter Antonhy Vásquez, who for six 1/3 innings allowed six hits, one run and struck out seven batters.
In the eighth inning the Naranjeros reveal failed again. Rafael Martínez walked Ramiro Peña and Elizalde doubled down Peña to make it 4-1.
Martinez was replaced by Heriberto Ruelas, who his first pitch meant a two-run homer from Cuban Yoelkis Guibert for the final 6-1.
The series will take a break for the teams to move to Culiacán, where starting this Monday the final will continue with the third duel when pitcher César Vargas, for the Naranjeros, faces Edgar Arredondo, of the Tomateros.
The final will end when one of the novenas wins four times and the champion will represent Mexico in the Caribbean Series that will begin on January 31 in Mazatlán.

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