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12/01/2005 Archived Entry: "Mexican Pacific League News : Game Results"
By Carlos Fragoso
Hermosillo 6 Mazatlan 2 Ken Ray 1 – 2 Abraham Elvira 1 -1
Obregon 6 Los Mochis 1 Mark DiFelice 4 -1 Evan Farnher 0 - 4
Guasave 8 Navojoa 1 Ignacio Montaño 1 – 0 Isauro Pineda 2 -2
Mexicali 8 Culiacan 4 Fernando Valenzuela 2 – 0 Rigo Beltran 2 - 4
Hermosillo beat Mazatlan Venados 6 -2 with Ken Ray going 5-2 innings , allowing 3 hits and 2 runs off losing hurler Abraham Elvira and 5 more relievers allowing among them a total of 1o hits and 5 runs.
Jorge Valle and Iker Franco collected 2 hits apiece as Jose Luis Sandoval hit his 7th of the year a 3 runs shot in the second inning.
Ken Ray who has been primarily as as closer he is delivering as a starter.
Obregon Yaquis going with their power hitting defeated Cañeros 6-1 with only reliable pitcher, Mark DiFelice off losing and winningless Evan Farnher.
Doug Devore has started to show the good things they said about him and went deep twice ,Albino Contreras (2) and Chris Coste (8) homered as well.
Di Felice went 7 innings with 7 hits and 5 KO`s.
Christian Quintero reached 31 games hitting safely and counting-.
Guasave Cottoneers tied series with Navojoa by winning 8-1 supported by a solid pitching performance by Ignacio Montaño and the clutch hitting by Mario Valenzuela and Dave Doster driving 3 runs in the 3rd inning.
Noe Muñoz went 4-3 and 3 ribbies in the game.
Demond Smith (4) and Armando Rios (2) homerd to extend Guasave score.
For Navojoa, Isauro Pined allowing 6 hits and 5runs in 2.2 innings as the loser.
Fernando Valenzuela bringing back the good old days , pitched along 6.2 innings allowing 8 hits 4 runs, but his teammates gave all the support he needed to win the game over Culiacan and Ricgo Beltran by 8 -4.
Now Fernando has a decent 3.86 ERA in the year.
Derrick White (3) and Christian Presichi (2) drove all runs Valenzuela need to beat Tomato Growers.
Presichi (6) , Jonny Gomes (1) and Adan Amezcua (3) all homered in the game
MEX PAC NOTES
Obregón activated OF Doug DeVore an Arizona Diamondbacks prospect who spent this summer between Fresno Grizzlies and Tucson Sidewinders in the Pacific Coast League, smashing 18 homers and a combined BA of .299.
Culiacan released Panamanian Angel Chavez who really struggled with Mex Pac breaking pitches and activated P Derek Forbes and Oliver Perez.