MexicoTeam 17th in World BaseballClassicThe quarterfinals featured a reversal, initially facing a 4-point deficit, slowly catching up, and without terminator Edwin Díaz, the Puerto Rico bullpen also came under fire in the 7th inning, allowing Mexico to eventually defeat Puerto Rico. Defeated Rico 5:4, the team advanced to the semi-finals of the Classic for the first time in history, and would face the Japanese team.
Puerto Rico scored 4 points in the first inning with two home runs. First, Emmanuel Rivera hit a high-flying sacrifice fly with a man on first and third base, and then Javier Báez made a double serve. The shots were split, and Eddie Rosario also hit back-to-back shots.
It’s just that Puerto Rico couldn’t score anymore. Instead, Mexico broke for a duck’s egg for the first time in the second inning with Isaac Paredes. The bases were loaded in the fifth inning. 1 point.
After missing their first chance to make a big play, the Mexican team got their second in 7 innings. Puerto Rico reliever A.J. Diaz (Alexis Diaz) bowled 12 balls but failed to solve half the ones. Instead, he had one hit and two walks, leaving the game with no outs and the load loaded.
Although Jorge López, who took over, relied on a fly ball over the catcher and struck out, he quickly caught 2 outs, but the Mexican team relied on Barrades to hit out and tie the game. Scored 2 RBIs. Another hit to bring the lead back to one run.
The absence of Poland Terminator Diaz appeared. He tore a patellar tendon and was unable to play in the last game of the group match due to his victory celebrations. The entire team couldn’t be happier after the game. Diaz’s lifting the jersey symbolizes the presence of the spirit.
Mexican team handed over this fightDodgeThe team started Julio Urias. Although he dropped 4 points in the first inning, he stabilized and only lost 4 points after 4 innings. In addition, Javier Assad (Javier Assad) played 2.2 innings. No points lost, wait for the opportunity to turn around, and the next 3 pitchers continue to suppress and defend the victory.
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