Chamos sub-18 reached triumph against Colombia (8 for 5) and Cuba (10 for 5)
PREPARATION CARACAS.- The Venezuelan national team advanced to the Super Bike Championship of the Panameric Baseball 18 years after overtaking 8 races of 5 at its similar from Colombia at the Rico Cedeño stadium in Chitre, Panama.
Sean Mendoza, the third baseman and the fifth bat of the winners, sent a grand slam to crown a group of five races in the upper third of the race, which were crucial to victory against New Granada.
Left-handed Portuguese José Palacio, a record in the Rockies of Colorado, began to record a triumph in the five-pet ticket production, producing four hits, giving four tickets and prescribing a couple of strikeouts.
Success in front of Cuba
Venezuela and Colombia reached the final day of the qualifying phase with a balance of two victories for the coup, after Monday's Cuba representation with ten 5-point bets that supported the excellent work of the left-handed Yaracuyan Kleiver Osorio, who in five shifts allowed four hits, scored three runs and gave eight strikes. José Mendoza hit three hits and paid two and Yefri Carrillo drove three runs.
It was the first triumph of Venezuela over Cuba in a dozen matches in all-American tournaments in the youth category since 1997.
Venezuela fell to Canada 8-2 on opening and then beat the Bahamas 17-1.