Havana, Oct 22.- The completion of two runs in the eighth inning allowed the Camagüey team to beat Guantánamo 6-4 this Wednesday and keep the top of the table of positions of the 60th National Baseball Series, on a date nuanced by the dispute of three double-games.
In an interesting match at the Cándido González Stadium, the Bulls trailed 1-3 and at the end of the seventh inning they went ahead 4-3 with six hits, including home run by Alexander Ayala; but the Warrior Indians were undaunted and tied 4-4 in the eighth with just a single and a sacrifice fly by Yoelkis Baró.
With the 4-4 hug, the Bulls decided with a pair of scores in the bottom of the eighth, thanks to an error, two walks and a pair of singles, with special value for the one connected by Leonel Moas , who found the bases full and propelled the two annotations. The Bulls were very unproductive, leaving 13 men in circulation. (ACN) (Photo: Humberto Cid)