Panama beats Nicaragua and remains undefeated in the Caribbean Series

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By LatAm Reports Editor

Panama beat Nicaragua and reaches its third triumph in the 2024 Caribbean Series.

The Chiriquí (Panama) defeated this Sunday 6-3 the Giants of Rivas of Nicaragua to maintain their undefeated and take a step further towards the qualification to the semifinal round of the 2024 Caribbean Series that is played at LoanDepot Park, Miami, United States.

Panama reaches a mark of (3-0) to be on the score in the tournament, while the nicas were left with a 0-3 record.

The triumph of the Panamanian club was cemented in the monticular work of Brazilian Heitor Tokar, who worked six innings, without allowing hits or runs and in the end was the one who was the one who was credited with the triumph.

The defeat of the match was carried by the right-handed Ronald Medrano, who in 4.2 innings allowed a run and 4 unstoppable, punched 5 and gave away 2 bases per ball.

The work of the South American was helped by the Panamanian offensive, which awoke in the fifth inning when third bat Ivan Herrera fired unstoppably into the central garden, for Ricardo Céspedes to pass through the register.

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Best episode of thePanamaniansIt was the sixth, where they propped up the triumph, getting four more stripes.

After two men out, Fidencio Flores, the second pitcher of the pinolera squad, allowed an unstoppable one, then hit two more and left the trails full.
Joaquín Acuña came in relay with the mission of paying for the rebellion of the Federals, but he was not received in the best way, because Allen Córdoba welcomed him with a triple, which cleaned the bases and in continuous play, also scored by mistake in shooting to third.

The ‘nica’ batsmen were silenced by seven innings, it was not until the eighth inning that they broke zero on the scoreboard, in front of the send-offs of the reliever Abdiel Saldaña and in the ninth stage added two more, but the former great leagues Severino González went in to work to relieve, lower the curtain and secure the Panamanian triumph.

The best on the offensive by the Fed were Allen Córdoba, who went from 5-3 with a triple, 2 runs scored and 3 pushed and Ricardo Céspedes of 4-3, with singles and pairs of doubles and two runs scored.

Po r Nicaragua shone on the offensive by Puerto Rican Enmanuel Garcia of 4-3, 1 ticket, 2 driven and 1 scored.

In its next commitments P anamá will face Puerto Rico on Monday, while Nicaragua will play against Curacao.

This article has been translated from the original which first appeared in Pan America