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Tijuana, Baja California (TorosDeTijuana.com-Armando Esquivel).- The chain of 136 games without receiving a shutout came to an end for Toros de Tijuana who succumbed 4-0 to Saraperos de Saltillo and the series was tied in the friendly confines of the stadium Chevron.

The previous occasion in which the border team could not score a run in a regular season duel was on July 3, 2019. It took almost three years for the current champion to leave without scoring a run.

With the disaster, those led by Homar Rojas left their record at 13-10 in second place in the North Zone and six games below the leader Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos.

The visit did not wait long and went to the front when the first act opened with a sacrifice fly by Josuan Hernández who made Missael Rivera score and run and later José Manuel Rodríguez did the same by taking advantage of an error by Nick Struck with a hit by Ricardo Serrano.

One more for those led by Roberto Vizcarra in the second chapter at the feet of Rainel Rosario, who received a passport and when the bases were loaded he went to the pentagon on a “wild pitch” by Struck to send the score up 3-0 on the board. .

The fourth line of “Nave Verde” was scored in the sixth round with another play of “step and run”, when Andrés Ayón raised to the right and Josuan Hernández started the register.

Saraperos completed his fee in the seventh set with a double by Rainel Rosario, shot to first by Missael Rivera and a lob by José Manuel Rodríguez to the left meadow for Rosario to seal the final 5-0.

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The border offense only managed to add four hits and two of them were by Efrén Navarro.

ON THE MOUNTAIN

Nick Struck was in charge of opening the game for the Tijuana side and took the loss in six innings of four runs, one of them unearned, three hits, five strikeouts and four walks. In his relief Anthony Herrera accepted a race in the seventh chapter.

The victory went to Miguel Peña’s record after posting his best start this season. The Texan went on five scoreless innings, three hits, five strikeouts and no walks.

Román Méndez and Ronald Peña maintained the shutout by raising rings in the sixth and seventh chapters respectively.

UNBLANKED STREAK

Since 2005, the longest streak of games without receiving a shutout will continue to be the one that Colts de Tijuana concatenated from June 26, 2005 to April 24, 2007. In total they spent 141 career scoring in all their regular role duels.

Toros de Tijuana was six games away from surpassing her.

CLOSE SERIES

Brennan Bernardino (1-0; 3.21) and Edgar González (0-0; 8.27) will be in charge of saying goodbye to the series tomorrow when they take the mound for Toros de Tijuana and Saraperos de Saltillo respectively for the match that starts at 7:35 p.m. at Chevron Stadium.

After tomorrow’s match, this pair of squads will meet again from June 28 to 30 at the Francisco I. Madero stadium.

BOARD

TEAM 123 456         7 C    H    E

Saltillo 210 001         1 5    5    0

Tijuana                 000 000         0 0    4    1

Winning pitcher: Miguel Pena (1-2)

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Pitcher derrotado:          Nick Struck (1-1)

Estadio: Chevron

Assistance: 6 thousand 45 fans

duration: 2 hours and 1 minute

Ampayers: Luis Ruiz (H), Mario Villavicencio (1B), Vicente Madero (2B) and Hector Garcia (3B)

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