Chamons sub-18 achieved triumphs against Colombia (8 for 5) and Cuba (10 for 5)
REPAIR | CARACAS The Venezuelan national team advanced to the Super-round of the Pan American Baseball Championship at the age of 18, breaking 8 races to 5 against its counterpart from Colombia, at Rico Cedeño Stadium, in Cheater, Panama.
Shaun Mendoza, third baseman and fifth winners bat, sent a great helmet to the crown of five races in the upper half of the third half, which were decisive in the victory over New Granada.
Left Portuguese José Palacio, a record of the Colorado Rockies, started and scored a triumph of five tickets in which he made a career with four hits, gave four tickets and registered a couple of strikeouts.
Success before cuba
Venezuela and Colombia came out on the last day of the qualifying round with a balance of two wins for failure, after the submission on Monday the submission sent Cuba with a score of 10 passes to 5, supported by excellent work from left starter Yarakuiano Klever Osorio, who allowed four hits in five innings three runs and gave eight strikeouts. Jose Mendoza hit three hits and chartered two, and Efri Carrillo drove three runs.
It was Venezuela’s first triumph over Cuba in a dozen matches in pan-American tournaments in the youth category since 1997.
Venezuela fell to Canada 8 to 2 at the opening, and then beat the Bahamas 17-1.