Panama stumbles against the Netherlands in the U23 Baseball World Cup
The Panama U23 team was defeated by the Netherlands in their fourth game at the World Cup in Sonora, Mexico.
The U23 team from Panama came to this fourth meeting with the Netherlands after beating Korea 5 runs by 2 with great work from left-handers Teidín Frías and James Gonzalez on the mound.
The Panama U23 team was defeated by the Netherlands 4 runs to 1 and has a record of 2 wins and 2 losses.
At 12:30 pm, the Play Ball shout was given at the Hermosillo Stadium in Sonora, Mexico.
Melitón Reyes started in La Lomita in search of revenge after taking on the defeat in the match against Colombia. El Coclesano started the game with 20 pitches in the first inning , but was able to come out of the inning without conceding a run.
Panama attacked in the first episode with unstoppable Joshwan Wright, who is still on fire on offense, but in the end he was only threatened and ours left men at first and second base.
Panama returned to the attack in the second episode with the unstoppable Enoc Watts who entered the Line Up to print speed and contact with the Panamanian ninth.
José Mordock had his first hit from Toreno U23, which led Enoc Watts to third base after making the hit-and-run play flawlessly.
Panama did not take advantage of the opportunity in the bottom of the second inning, with one out and two men on the pads. The Panamanians received two strikeouts to complete the episode and remain at zero.
Melitón Reyes despite accumulating 45 pitches in three full episodes, kept the scoreboard against the Netherlands at the Estadio de Hermosillo in Mexico.
Holland attacked at the top of the 4th episode and Melitón Reyes allowed 2 runs and left his work in 3.2 episodes. The right-hander allowed 4 hits, 2 walks and 2 struck out 2.
Abraham Atencio entered relief duty and allowed a hit to center field for the Netherlands to extend their lead to 4 runs.
At the bottom of the 4th inning Panama attacked again and Joshwan Wright drove in 1 run to put Panama's first hairline on the board. Panama's U23 team put runners back on the pads when Erick Morodck struck out watching it pass to complete the third out of the inning.
Panama was dominated on offense and the timely hit did not arrive to boost the runs needed to get back into the game.
The Panama team was off on offense and left 10 running backs in circulation.
Panama continues on its way tomorrow at 5:00 pm in the match against Venezuela.