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Ramón Arano’s only no-hitter game

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MEXICO CITY.- With a total of 20 thousand 439 fans (10,219), the Mayos de Navojoa and the normally desolate Manuel “Ciclón” Echeverría stadium started as the highest grossing in the 2021 playoffs in the Liga Arco Mexicana del Pacífico.

However, the festive atmosphere that had not been experienced since the final series 2017-2018, in front of their executioners of then and today, the Tomateros de Culiacán, had no connection with the results that were adverse for the tribe (0-2).

Either way, that reunion with his knowledgeable public must keep the flame burning for the “super leader” of the regular role, who from today will attempt a reaction in the luxurious ball park of the capital of Sinaloa.

“THE numbers with Mazatlán do not indicate how well he threw, he is a guy who has a repertoire of power that is very different from the traditional Mexican and can also change speeds. It will give us depth in the rotation ”: Ángel Ovalles, manager of Águilas Cibaeñas, at Lidom, announcing the hiring of Francisco Ríos (0-4, 4.40).

For the native of Monclova, who was certainly shipwrecked in the sinking of the Venados, it will be his second adventure through the Caribbean: in 2018-2019, he traveled to the Venezuelan League to reinforce the Lions of Caracas, compiling 0-0 and 2.57 in four relays.

Who already debuted in a similar position in Venezuela was the Cañeros de Los Mochis left-hander, Fabián Cota, in the first game challenge of the Round Robin with the Tigres de Aragua (2), against the Navegantes de Magallanes (8). He served two-thirds of an inning, striking out one.

A day like today, a Wednesday in 1983: Free agent Warren Cromartie signs a three-year, $ 2.5 million contract to play in Japan for the Yomiuri Giants in the Pacific League.

The 30-year-old Cromartie, who hit .278 as a mainstay in the Montreal Expos’ outfield last season, is arguably the first American player to jump into the Nippon Baseball League in his prime.

He would perform in such distant lands for seven seasons (.321, 171jrs., 558cp), before returning for a farewell in the majors with the Kansas City Royals (.313, 1 jr., 20cp), in 1991.

On Tuesday, December 28, 1965: Ramón Arano, of the Yaquis, pitched the only no-hitter of his career, including 30 years in the Mexican Summer League, beating the Venados de Mazatlán 1-0 in Ciudad Obregón.

** “I would like to die with my uniform on in a baseball field, not in my bed”: Ramón Arano.

In strings.- The rookie-class outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Randy Romero, went from being practically a pinch runner with Venados and Sultanes de Monterrey, to starting in the central field of Mazatlán (.289, 1jr., 20cp and 16 steals ) and reinforcement of the two-time champions Tomateros (.167, 2cp) … Isaac Paredes started his second winter in a row very torrid as the Naranjeros added: .500 (8-4), 4 RBIs and 2 scored … de Guasave also returned to today’s “Kuroda Park” in the postseason, according to a cumulative 13,682 (6,841), which witnessed the honors division of Algodoneros and Yaquis … Elian Leyva (6 Ip, 4h, 1c, 0bb, 5k) , of the Naranjeros, won the hands among the starters of the playoff weekend, but the Cuban did not register a decision against the Sultans.

With a total of 20,439 fans (10,219), the Mayos de Navojoa and the normally desolate Manuel “Ciclón” Echeverría stadium started as the highest grossing in the 2021 playoffs in the Liga Arco Mexicana del Pacífico.


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