step- The El Paso Chihuahuas defeated the Albuquerque Isotope 5-3 in the first home game of the 2021 Triple-A West season on the current Thursday night. This is the second consecutive victory for El Pasoans, and they have left their mark with four victories and three losses.
Gore MacKenzie, San Diego Padres’ prospective pitcher, started the game on the shooting hill on the 9th boundary. There were 6 innings, of which he allowed 8 hits, 3 runs, and 1 softball. , He eliminated 5 and left without a decision.
Kyle McGrath, James Norwood and Mason Thompson cheered for the next three innings without hitting or running. The victory is attributed to McGrath, and the salvation is attributed to Thompson.
Los Isotopos placed Nick Longhi in second place with José Briceño’s single and took the lead at the top of the second volume. New Mexico led the ninth place 3-0, and won twice in the third game. Taylor Motter and Greg Bird scored in doubles.
Chihuahua’s response came from the fifth inning, with two touchdowns. Gosuke Katoh doubled the right to send Iván Castillo home, while Nick Tanielu took Matt Batten’s infield knock down.
In the seventh inning, El Paso tied the ball 3-3 in Taylor Kohlwey’s first game, and Dunielu scored in a busy ball. In the same episode, when Kato took advantage of Chad Smith’s wild push to reach the plate safely, the home team took the lead.
Ben Ruta added the fifth round of the Chihuahua at the bottom of the eighth inning, which was Tanielu’s sacrifice fruit fly.
This Friday night at 7:05, the second game of the series will be held at Southwestern University Park.