Game 5: Yes, there is fifth and it looks great
The final turned ant-colored for Leones del Caracas after being up in the series 2-0, and with all the controversy over the unsuccessful inclusion of their starter from the fourth game, Braulio Torres-Pérez, now they will have to deal with some inspired Sharks that matched the series and go for their long-awaited title in the LVBP.
Jhoulys Chacín (3-1) will try to prevent it from the mound. The right-hander already started the first of the final last Monday and took the victory by pitching 5.2 innings of two earned runs, one walk and seven strikeouts. That day, his offense supported him with up to six runs during his presentation and ended with a favorable score of 8-6, but Caracas was local.
On the other side will be the Most Valuable Player of the Round Robin, Ramón García Jr. (3-1) beginning the actions for the litoralenses, now, with his regulatory rest days and with less pressure than the previous time.
The right-hander starred for two innings in game 1 of this best-of-seven final and pitched just three innings in which they made up to four earned runs, with 50 pitches made, and charged with the setback since his team could never overcome to the advantage of the hairy.
Now, Caracas is dealing with some ailments in its cave and that pieces like Oswaldo Arcia (OF), Harold Castro (OF), Wilfredo Giménez (C), Ronald Herrera (RL), are not at one hundred percent of their abilities could be a lethal weapon in the search for 21.
For its part, La Guaira looks rebuilt emotionally and also in its game structure. With a solid bullpen, which he has been able to preserve the advantage, and an offense that has not stopped bringing in whatever he gets on base.