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Tijuana, Baja California (TorosDeTijuana.com-Armando Esquivel).- Junior Lake hit a three-run homer to reach first place on the all-time Toros de Tijuana list and Nick Williams also hit it for a 7-6 victory over Saraperos de Saltillo in the series opener in the friendly confines of Chevron Stadium. .

With the score tied at five, Xorge Carrillo and José Guadalupe Chávez unlocked the duel in the sixth chapter and the defending champion improved his record to 13-9 to be alone in second position in the North Zone, five games behind the leader Tecolotes de los Two Laredos.

The “onslaught” raised its hand at the dawn of the match with the cannon shot by Nick Williams, who reached six in the season and gave a quick lead at the end of the same first inning.

The visitor “turned the tables” on his turn in the third round when Rainel Rosario had an RBI single and then Misael Rivera took two more with a double to left field.

The response of the hosts was immediate, as they regained control at the end of that same chapter when Junior Lake found Isaac Rodríguez and Nick Williams stuck in traffic and gave them the start with his 42nd home run in the uniform of Toros de Tijuana.

The “Nave Verde” continued to fight and tied at four lines in the fourth act with José Vargas’ RBI single, but a chapter later Félix Pérez came to give the “horns” a new advantage with a single to the right field that scored Rodriguez 5-4.

One more tie in the sixth round when Kristian Delgado stepped on the pentagon with a “wild pitch” by Sam Dyson, but once again the parity was fleeting with the Toros de Tijuana getting ahead of the closing with a couple of consecutive plays of “step and run” with deep fly balls from Xorge Carrillo and José Guadalupe Chávez to make it 7-5.

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The visit approached threateningly in his last opportunity with the wood with a single by Henrry Urrutia and a double by Josuan Hernández, but only the first could score and he did it “step and run” with Ricardo Serrano’s sacrifice fly that marked the board final.

ON THE MOUNTAIN

For Toros de Tijuana, the first to climb the hill was Tanner Anderson and he left without a decision after three innings and a third of four runs and five hits, with one strikeout and three walks.

In relief, former Major League right-hander Kevin Quackenbush made his presentation in 2022, who retired two-thirds with a passport and a chocolate; Roel Ramírez followed with a hoop in the fifth, the winner Sam Dyson an unearned run in the sixth and Fernando Rodney’s rescue.

Javier Solano charged with the defeat in five innings and two batters. He was responsible for seven runs, ten hits, one strikeout and one walk. Benny Suárez finished, who was inherited by two runners and both scored.

EQUAL LAKE TO MARTIN

With his three-run homer in the third inning, Junior Lake overtook Dustin Martin for the top spot on the Toros de Tijuana all-time power list.

The Dominican hit Javier Solano to reach 42 home runs with the border jacket, the same ones that the Corpus Christi, Texas, slugger accumulated from 2015 to 2018.

SECOND GAME

With another match scheduled for seven innings, the series between Toros de Tijuana and Saraperos de Saltillo will continue tomorrow at Chevron Stadium.

The confrontation is scheduled to start at 7:35 p.m. and the likely pitchers are Nick Struck for the border and Miguel Peña for the Coahuilenses. Peña is known to the Tijuana fans, since he pitched with the “bureles” from 2016 to 2019 and was champion in 2017.

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BOARD

TEAM 123 456         7 C    H    E

Saltillo 003 101         1 6    7    0

Tijuana                 103 012         x 7   10   1

Pitcher ganador: Sam Dyson (2-1)

Pitcher Lost: Javier Solano (0-3)

Rescue: Ferdinand Rodney (3)

Home runs: (TIJ) Nick Williams (6), Junior Lake (4)

Estadio: Chevron

Assistance: 5 thousand 709 fans

duration: 2 hours and 29 minutes

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

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