The United States easily beat Nicaragua in pre-Olympic baseball

Port St. Lucy, Florida – Left-handed Matt Liberator gave five rounds of one round and his teammates backed him with timely strikes and good defense, leading the United States to a comfortable 7-1 victory over Nicaragua on Monday in the first round of qualifiers. Baseball in Florida.

Both third base man Todd Frazier and defensive player Eric Villia gave one half in the first half against Carlos Teller (0-1), giving Liberator (1-0) a pillow of rest, who isolated five hits, and walked by hitting and hitting. Of the four in Group A’s second match today at Clover Park in Port St. Lucie.



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Filia was 5-2 with two RBIs, midfielder Luke Wlliams 3-3 with three runs, right-handed Jarren Duran 5-3 with two RBIs and receiver Mark Kolozsvary counted her in five trips to the board. For Nicaragua, he singled out hunter Melvin Noboa and scored his only team streak.

A three-race rally in the ninth game secured the match for the troops led by Mike Scusia.

On Tuesday in West Palm Beach, the United States will clash with the Dominican Republic, which debuted with a victory over Puerto Rico. The winner of that match would improve to 2-0 and secure a spot in the Super Round at the end of the week. Whoever loses between Nicaragua and Puerto Rico will be on the verge of elimination.

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