Caribes de Anzoátegui, con racimo de seis carreras en el cierre del tercer inning, resolvió temprano el séptimo y decisivo juego de su Serie Semifinal contra ...
Los Navegantes del Magallanes estuvieron cerca de regresar a una final de la LVBP. Para algunos, ciertos movimientos de sus dirigentes fueron la clave para ...
Resumen de la jornada de la Temporada 2020-2021 en el séptimo encuentro de la Semifinal entre Navegantes del Magallanes y Caribes de Anzoategui.
el equipo de caribes repite nuevamente en la final.
Grand Slam con la serie Semifinal de la LVBP 2020-21 con los Navegantes del Magallanes vs Caribes de Anzoátegui y Tigres de Aragua vs Cardenales De ...
Grand Slam con la serie Semifinal de la LVBP 2020-21 con los Navegantes del Magallanes vs Caribes de Anzoátegui. Juego 6. Esto y mucho de las Grandes ...
Resumen de la jornada de la Temporada 2020-2021 en el sexto encuentro de la Semifinal entre Navegantes del Magallanes y Caribes de Anzoategui.
#LVBP @caribesanz de Anzoátegui, apoyado en dos racimos de cuatro carreras, se impuso 8-2 a @Magallanes_bbc en el sexto juego de la Serie Semifinal para forzar el séptimo y decisivo encuentro de la confrontación, este miércoles, en el Estadio José Pérez Colmenares. @LVBP_Oficial
Juego 7 de los Play Off en la LVBP.
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