Chamos Sub-18 won triumphs against Columbia (8 to 5) and Cuba (10-5)
DRAFTING | CARACAS.- The Venezuelan national team developed at the Panamericas Baseball Championship in the Super Round, under the age of 18, after overcoming eight races with 5-odd Columbia, Ric Cedeño stadiums, Chitre, Panama.
Sean Mendoza, third midfielder and fifth bat of the winners, sent the grand slam to crown class five races at the top of the third inning, which was decisively a victory against New Granada.
The left handed Portuguese José Palacio, the Colorado Mountains Record, began and won a five-ticket triumph, in which he produced a career with four hits, gave four tickets and gave up breaks.
Success in front of Cuba
Venezuela and Colombia reached the end of the qualifying phase with a two-winning balance to fail, after sending Monday's representation to Cuba with 10 points to 5, supported by an excellent left-hand start Yaracuyano Kleiver Osorio, who won four hits in five tournaments, won three hits and gave eight mockups. José Mendoza won three hits and two was chartered, and Yefri Carrillo drove for three runs.
It was the first Venezuelan triumph over the Cuban ten games in the Pan American Tournament in the youth category since 1997.
Venezuela fell to Canada at 8th at the opening and then beat the Bahamas 17-1.