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05/09/2005 Archived Entry: "Mexican League News : Games Wrap Ups"
By Carlos Fragoso
Results Games 5/8/05
GAME WINNERS LOSERS
Olmecas 12-8 Tigers Joel Vargas 3-3 Jesus Guzman 2-3
Pirates 10-6 Oaxaca Jose Juan Alvarez 3-2 Jose Jesus Jimenez 2-3
San Luis 10-9 Sultans Edgar Leyva 2-3 Jose Cobos 0-1
Saltillo 16-8 Red Devils Pascual Coco 5-0 Roberto Ramirez 6-4
Cancún 5-2 Puebla Edgar Perez 4-2 Noe Romo 3-3
Veracruz 7-2 Lions Aaron Acosta 4-4 Juan Palafox 5-2
Tijuana 20-11 Laguna Roberto Garibay 4-1 Edgar Ahumada 1-1
Railroadmen 4-2 Monclova Azael Alvarez 2-3 Edwin Hurtado 3-5
Tabasco Olmecas ended their 7 games losing streak and led by 4 hits apiece by CARLOS SIEVERS and GREGORIO VAZQUEZ rallied 6 in the 4th to win off Tigers 12-8.
JOEL VARGAS (3-3) the winner ,the save for OSVALDO FERNANDEZ (1) and JESUS GUZMAN (2-3),the loser for Tigers from whom LUIS MAURICIO SUAREZ (8), ADAN MUÑOZ (7) and SERAFIN RODRIGUEZ (3) went deep.
BILL SELBY got his 13th round tripper of the season, an 8th inning grand slam to beat Oaxaca 10-6 and take series home for Campeche.J.J ALVAREZ (3-2) the winner and JOSE JESUS JIMENEZ (2-3) the loser.
PAT O´SULLIVAN and FERNADO RIOS drove 3 runs a piece to lead San Luis to a victory over Monterrey Sultans by 10-9 and leave series home 2-1.
The Tuna pear Growers put up the game into the fridge by scoring 8 runs in the first 4 inning to drive up to victory.EDGAR LEYVA (1-0 the winner in relief work and JOSE COBOS (0-1) also in relief ,the loser.
For Monterrey,FRANCISCO MENDEZ (3),CARLOS ORRANTIA (1) and as for San Luis PAT O´SULLIVAN (9) hit homers in the game.
Saltillo scored 11 runs in the bottom of the 7th to beat Red Devils 16-8 and swept them up in the series.FRANCISCO ARIAS led the party going 6-5, a homer, 3 rbi´s, 3 scored runs, helped by JAYSON BASS went 4-2 with a homer and 4 rbis and NOE MUÑOZ went 4-3 with 4rbi´s to lead Sarpe Makers to the win.Undefeated PASCUAL COCO (5-0) the winner, while ROBERTO RAMIREZ (6-4) lost for Mexico City.
Veracruz scored all their 7 runs in the first two innings as WILLIS OTAÑEZ offensive,going 4-4 , 3 ribbies ,and led Reds to win off Yucatan 7-2 and took series home 2-1.
Tijuana Colts scored TWELVE runs in the 6th inning to beat Laguna 20-11, and to also tied up a league´s record of most hits (11) in a inning by a team set up by Red Devils, Puebla and Tigers.
RANDALL SIMON (12) and CARLOS VALENCIA (9) homered in this monster attack by Colts, and went 7-5 with 4 ribbies, while Simon went 5-4 with 5 ribbies.
EDUARDO RIOS (16) homered again and led Railroardmen to beat Steelers and swept them up, by 4-2.
GRIMALDO MARTINEZ also contributed with a round tripper, his 3rd.