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12/10/2005 Archived Entry: "Mexican Pacific League News : Game Results"
By Carlos Fragoso
Culiacán 5 Guasave 2 Nate Bland 2 -1 Luis Carlos Rivera 3 - 6
Hermosillo 8 Obregon 7 Oscar Villareal 2 – 0 Rigo Loya 0 - 3
Mochis 3 Mazatlan 2 Derrin Elbert 1 -0 Francisco Campos 4 -3
Culican Tomato Growers with winner Nate Blando n the mound going 6.2 innings allowing 6 hits and 2 Cottoneers runs betathem up 5 -2 off losing pitcher Luis Carlos Rivera who went 7.2 innings allowing 10 hits and 5 runs including Adan Amezcua`s 4th of the year.
driving 2 runs home.
Jorge Cantu made his debut with Culiacan and went 0-4 in the game with 1 sac fly RBI and committed one error.
Mario Valenzuela tied Ruben Rivera on the top of the power department, by hitting his 14th slam of the year.
Hermosillo came from behind winning in 12 inning ,8-7 scoring the GW run through a bases loaded walk to Juan Carlos Canizalez to stamp Yaquis with another painful loss, which sunk them up in the deeper bottom of this half.
Obregon pitching, simply is misperforming since they were tied twice in the game, so relief pitcher have not done the work.
Rigo Loya ( 0 -3 ) the loser and recently traded to Atlanta reliever Oscar Villarreal the winner, from whom manager Pat Kelly also a manager of Richmond in this triple A , guessed tht his arm is in a very good condition now, and maybe by passing good reports on him to Atlanta made them get Villarreal in this trade.
Obregon wasted Geronimo Gil`s hit performance, when he collected 3 of 6 with a homer (6) and 4 RBI`s along withn teammate Doug DeVore who also went deep for his 4th of the year.
For Hermosillo , Carlos “sparky” Gastelum went 3 out of 5 and Chris Robertson (4) , Luis Alfonso Garcia (14) and Jim Rushford (5) went deep.
Cañeros beat Mazatlan Deers 3-2 in a very good game with winner and making his debut Darrin Elbert, working for starter Nick Mattioni, with the 6th save by Antonio Osuna off losing Francisco Campos who lost his second game in a row, something that is just unusual.
In the 9th with Cañeros ahead 3-0, Mazatlan scored twice through a home run by Pedro Castellano ( 3 ) followed by another shot Miguel Ojeda (4) who turned ballpark wild., however the attempt were resumed when closer Antonio Osuna came in to fanned Edgar Gonzalez and Miguel Flores and zipped things up.
Adrian Gonzalez collected 2 hits in the game for Venados as for Mochis big leaguer Juan Castro who is turning into shape, collected 3 in the night and raised up to .300 for the first time.
For Mochis, Edgar Quintero smashed his first of the year