MAZATLAN._ In search of leaving behind the adverse streak and at the same time seeking to improve positions in the standing for the time of adding points, Venados de Mazatlán visits Charros de Jalisco, in the last series of the first round of the 2023 season -2024 of the Mexican Pacific League.
The three games at the Pan American Stadium from November 21 to 23 will be at 6:30 p.m. Pacific time.
Mazatlán (14-18) wants to leave behind what happened last week and the streak of losses in a row that is now eight to turn the page, and in the process close the first part of the role as best as possible.
The Buenos Aires board has made adjustments in search of strengthening the team, to also change the face of the moment it is going through.
Starting this Tuesday, November 21, utility man Niko Vásquez joins the club, who will surely come to cover the initial position and help with the offensive issue that has suffered so much in recent games. New hitting coach Raúl Sánchez also joins the organization, taking Mario Valenzuela’s place.
The Mazatlan directors confirmed manager Luis Carlos Rivera, after there was speculation about the possibility of changes following the adverse situation that Venados is suffering from.
The rotation announced by Rivera and the coaching staff to face this very important commitment is with Héctor Villalobos (2-3, 2.73), Manuel Flores (3-1, 2.43) and Juan Pablo Téllez (0-1, 2.70).
For the tapatíos the scheduled are Alemao Hernandez (2-1, 3.18), Humberto Castellanos (1-3, 6.19) and Orlando Lara (1-1, 1.06).
The reds are tied for seventh place in the standings with Mexicali and just one game above Charros de Jalisco (13-19), so this series is key to moving up the table and of course forgetting the negative results recently. More than a week.
From Tuesday, November 21 to Thursday, November 23
Mazatlan in Jalisco
Obregón in Culiacán
Hermosillo in Los Mochis
Guasave in Navojoa
Monterrey in Mexicali
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