Pitcher Logan Ondrusek took the mound to start the game, pitching a shut-out through six innings, allowing 2 hits, zero runs, and zero walks on his way to securing his second win of the season alongside Luis ¨pepon¨ juarez first homer of the season–the first of three total Leones Homeruns last night– to beat the Tigres de Quintana Roo 7-1
The scoring started in the top of the third inning when Jose Aguilar crossed the plate as a result of Pepons first homer of the season, but not to be outdone, Aguilar also knocked one out of the park in the fifth inning scoring on a solo-homerun.
A four-run drive rally was led by an Art Charles double knocking in the Italian Liddi and concluded with a pair of homers hit by Yadir Drake, who made his return Tuesday from Cuba, competing in the countries Olympic trials.
After the recent elections, the State of the Yucatan has decided to reintroduce travel restrictions– along with a few other restrictions– that were lifted last month because of the dwindling COVID numbers ( I’m sure this had nothing to do with upcoming elections and the party in control wanted to be seen as the party who allowed life to get back to normal– yeah Mexico) but so far this will not affect the rest of the baseball season as the Leones posted the following text letting fans know that the only change will be that games will start earlier, so fans to get out before the 11 pm curfew. The full article can be found on their website here.
After the first series of the 2021 season, the stadium has been classified as a suitable place to enjoy the king of sports with the family, as all the protocols of the LMB Diamond Plan and the SSY are being applied, such as the correct use of face masks, the purchase of electronic tickets, access with sanitizing tunnels, the healthy distance between enabled seats, hygiene points in the corridors, the sale of food and beverages, and various measures for the health and safety of fans.Leones de Yucatan official anouncement