translated from Spanish: Toros de Tijuana beats Leones de Yucatán

Baja California.- The Toros de Tijuana made history tonight in the Mexican Baseball League (LMB) by becoming the second team to retake a 3-0 against and then win the King’s Series, defeating the Leones de Yucatán in the seventh inning three carts to zero. In the history of the ninth border, this is the second time they have won a championship and beat the Lions, who were looking to reach the fifth title. The Bulls lost to the Lions in the first three innings, but from the fourth they began to change the score to finally close with a flourish in their own home. During the game, Peter O’Brien managed to take the lead for his team by lying a home run in the third inning to make it 1-0 and in the fifth the gap widened when Leandro Castro connected on an unstoppable ball in left field to drive Daniel Castro to make it 2-0 on the board. Read more: Triple Chofis! Javier López got his first “Hat Trick” with San José Earthquakes In the third, the home team reached the seventh and with it ended in a meeting with a 3-0, after the Lions had no answer. The win was secured by Teddy Stankiewicz, while the loss fell to Jake Thompson. SpaceX launches its first mission composed of four civilian crew members

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