San Cristobal, Dominican Republic Defeats Chicago, Illinois 13-11

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San Cristobal, Dominican Republic Defeats Chicago, Illinois 13-11


Byline: Stephen Rydzak

In game three of the 2019 Bronco-11 World Series, Caribbean Zone Representative San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic outlasted the two-time defending Bronco-11 World Series champions and North Zone Representatives from Chicago (AFCA), Illinois in a thrilling 13-11 barn burner.

The game was tied at two apiece in the bottom of the third when San Cristóbal went on a game-altering eight-run rally. Jhonny Vasquez singled to start the inning and moved to third when Angel Cuello reached on a Chicago error. Vasquez scored on a wild pitch, and Cuello took third when Domingo Mork walked. Felix Genao came through with an RBI single (4-2), scoring Cuello. Miguel Chavez doubled to right, scoring Mork and advancing Genoa to third. An RBI single by Derek DeLaRosa gave the Dominicans another run when Agustin Campusano walked. Yalier Mendez singled home Chavez and put two runners in scoring position when Dewin Richards hit into an RBI double play. Back-to-back RBI singles by Vasquez and Cuello gave San Cristóbal a commanding 10-2 lead, completing the scoring for the inning.

Chicago battled back with two runs of its own in the top of the fourth, but the Caribbean Zone Representatives countered with three runs back in the bottom of the inning. An Antonio Porterfield RBI single in the top of the fifth chipped into the AFCA deficit 13-5 before the North Zone Representatives went on a rally of their own in the top of the sixth.

With one out, an RBI triple by Rahjon Williams started the scoring for Chicago. …

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