The LXVI Caribbean Series opens in Miami, USA

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By LatAm Reports Editor

The LXVI Caribbean Baseball Series was opened Thursday at the loanDepot Park stadium in Miami, Florida, in the United States (USA).

He opened the doors of the event a discreet ceremony of less than 10 minutes prior to the third match of the event between Tigers of the Dominican Republic and Sharks of the Guaira of Venezuela.

The first challenge of the date was between Puerto Rico and Nicaragua, debutant in these struggles, and ended with victory for the first of five annotations by two.

The victory was carried by the relevista Ricardo Velez, while the setback went to Luis Ramírez’s personal account.

Curacao surprised and defeated Naranjeros de Hermosillo de México by a score of six runs for five.

Re-reader Kevin Kelly won the game and Manny Barreda, opener for Mexico, was the defeated.

On the wing side, the winner featured batsman Roger Bernadina (4-3) and Wladimir Balentien (4-2) with home runs included. Julian Ornelas (4-3) with two flyers was the best for Mexico.

The clash of the closing faced Tiburones de La Guaira of Venezuela and Tigres of the Licey of the Dominican Republic. The Venezuelan champion went out to win three races for one.

For the winners the best was Alexi Amarista, who hit three singles in five shifts. The victory was for the opener the Cuban Luis Miguel Romero after throwing 5.1 innings.

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