Chihuahua resumed their game against Isotopos with a score of 6-3 two months ago, but they lost
step- The El Paso Chihuahua team failed to take advantage of their resumption of the game that was suspended two months ago. They and the Albuquerque Isotope won the game in seven innings on Thursday.
The game was halted at seven innings. Chihuahuas can cause damage, but the Isotopes added one more run in the fifth inning and two more in sixth to tie the score 6-6.
From the fifth inning, the first game of the afternoon was resurrected. Ivan Castillo hit a ball from the ninth innings, but it was not out and Castillo led 5-3. Castillo received the chocolate. But Nick Tanieru immediately sent Donablanca across the fence to give the border a 6-3 edge.
The chance for Isotopes to break the tie came, Joe Beimel’s Elehuris Montero on the second court threw it out of the park and won, so Albuquerque left El Paso on the ground.
Justin Lawrence walked to Castillo from the Albuquerque shooting area at the start of the seventh game. Castillo reached second base when the pitcher made a wild pitch. Although it appeared that Lawrence was already running into the game, he changed his pitch and struck out the three remaining batsmen.
The second game saw Chihuahua fall behind by 2-0 after three rounds. However, he adjusted his pitch and beat the Isotope 8-5. Five rounds were added in the fifth round.
These achievements left El Paso with 43 wins and 66 losses in the regular season of American West Top Three League Baseball.