translated from Spanish: Epic comeback; Deer goes to the final

Ciudad Obregón, Sonora.- A tremendous pitching grab was the one that gave Venados de Mazatlán and Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón, in the New Stadium Yaquis, in which a historical comeback was consumed in the series to triumph Venados 1-0 over Yaquis.It was so good the pitching that the pitching was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitcheo that the pitcheo was so good that the pitcheo was so good that the pitching that the pitcheo was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitching that the pitching was so good that the pitcheo that the pitcheo was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitcheo that the pitcheo was so good that the pitcheo that the pitcheo was so good that the pitcheo was so good that the pitching was so good that the pitcheo was so good that the pitcheo that the pitcheo was so good that the pitcheo was so good that the pitch were only 10 unstoppable until the bottom of the eighth inning.
It would be at the top of the ninth inning that Mazatlan responded to the offensive. First Carlos Muñoz connected line to the right, and that’s when Juan José Pacho, put Randy Romero as a pinch runner, but Obregón pulled out all three outs prevented the race.

Already in extra innigns, Chris Roberson started with single, then Sebastián Valle touched the ball to advance to the second, followed by a single by Ramón «Pulpa» Ríos that allowed Roberson to reach the anteroom, then before the shipments of Tiago Da Silva, Jorge Flores hit a foul fly for the first time and Roberson came to home, after Ricardo Valenzuela dropped the ball. Mitch Lively saved the game despite Carlos Sepúlveda and Anuery Tavárez being tied unstoppable, with two outs, eventually dominating José Juan Aguilar to finish the game.

Ingar Torres (3.12), looked dominant above the top of the shooting by throwing for seven-innings, in which he did not allow runs, he was beaten five unstoppable, achieved three strikeouts, walked only one rival. Torres was seconded in the lomita Román Peña Zonta, Ivan Zavala, who left with the win, and Mitch Lively, who scored the save in relief work.

On the Yaquis side, Dustin Crenshaw threw a pitching jewel with Dustin Crenshaw who closed out his participation after six innings and a couple of thirds, without allowing a run. He was hit by four untellable, and he prescribed a pair of chocolates. On the relief of the locals, they entered the relay, Samuel Zazueta, Tiago Da Silva who was defeated.



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