Cuban Baseball Championship: Villa Clara Returns Home Unbeaten in Baseball Play Off
The fireman of Villa Clara Yolexis Ulacia was hermetic before the opponent batsmen. He sent 11 men to the bench in four and a third, without walks.
Now Ciego de Avila goes to Sandino stadium with less possibilities, because its rivals need to win two more games of a total of veven to play. The results of the three games there depend if Ciego returns to its properties or not.
In the West, La Habana tied to a victory with Pinar del Rio, when defeating it last night seven runs to four, and the games move to Captain San Luis stadium, den of Pinar.