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Mexico City,- Prior to the start of the Semifinals of the Mexican Pacific League, each of the four teams had the opportunity to choose their reinforcements in the Draft, opting for batting in its entirety.

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According to the shift selection order, which corresponded to the General Standing of the regular role, it was as follows after the draw; Sultans of Monterrey, Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Yaquis de Obregón and Tomateros de Culiacán.

Sultans of Monterrey chose the first baseman for the Venados de Mazatlán Carlos Muñoz. The first baseman has postseason numbers of .286 AVG with 4 hits and 2 RBIs with 10 walks in just 6 games.

The second option for reinforcements was for the Sultans is Japhet Amador, from the Charros de Jalisco.

The Naranjeros de Hermosillo were given the second choice, opting for Isaac Paredes, infielder of the Venados de Mazatlán, current batting champion of the League, presents numbers 5 hits and batting percentage of .227 with 4 RBIs and 2 scored in these Playoffs

The second option in the orange box is Luis Juárez de los Águilas de Mexicali.

The third shift choosing reinforcements was for the Yaquis de Obregón, they selected the Cuban Dariel Álvarez from the Charros de Jalisco, MVP of last season, who portrays playoff numbers of .346 AVG with 9 hits and 4 RBIs.

The second option for Cajeme’s team is the North American outfielder for the Mazatlán Venados, Anthony Giansanti.

Finally, the Tomateros de Culiacán chose the infielder of the Algodoneros de Guasave, Jesse Castillo, was the best hitter in the Guasavense team in the first round of the playoffs with .350 AVG, 1 home run and 3 RBIs.

The second option for the sour cherries is the infielder of the Charros de Jalisco, Christian Villanueva.

The LMP semifinals start today

The Playoffs will start this Tuesday, January 12, at 6:00 p.m. Central Mexico when the Yaquis de Obregón host the Tomateros de Culiacán. For their part, the Sultans of Monterrey will visit the Naranjeros de Hermosillo at 7:00 p.m. in central Mexico.

Photo courtesy of the Mexican Pacific League

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