Cuban All-Stars game in Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba -The youthful impetus won at the Guillermón Moncada Stadium on Tuesday, where the under-25s won the All-Star Game of the Cuban baseball championship by a score of 8 to 6, over the over-25s.

The youngsters opened the scoring in the very first inning against the star pitcher of Granma Lázaro Blanco, who had three runs made before leaving the box to Frank Madan, from Camagüey, who stopped his rivals' enthusiasm.

In the bottom of the first inning, the most experienced batters hit the pitches of Yosimar Cousin, from Camagüey, who was scored four times with the bases full of the capital's starter Lisbán Correa, who was the first to do so in these games.

The directed by the director of the champion team of Matanzas, Armando Ferrer, added two runs more in the fourth inning.

One inning later, the prospects matched the challenge to six runs per home run from Granma catcher Ivan Prieto on a pitch from Matanzas pitcher Noelvis Entenza.

This is the first time that the All-Star Game of the National Series presents this format with a team integrated by young people under 25 years old and another one formed by players over that age.

Until then, the match between the Eastern and Western casts was played in 31 opportunities with a favorable balance to the first 16-15.

At the end of the game on Tuesday, it was confirmed that the Cuban Baseball Championship will resume on Saturday, November 14.

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