Great Baseball Performance by Alfredo Despaigne

Great Baseball Performance by Alfredo Despaigne
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23 June 2016
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Just as happened last year, Alfredo Despaigne, who is the Cuban baseball player from Granma province, is carrying out another outstanding baseball season this current year 2016 at the Professional league of Japan in which he is registering 290 as his average, along with 76 hits through 262 periods at batting.

Alfredo Despaigne goes fourth in hits at the Pacific baseball league, while he goes third in scored runs with 43 ones and fourth in RBIs. He has scored 14 doubles and 11 homers, respectively.

On Sunday, his team lost to the Giants from Yomiuri one as part of a match carried out between different leagues, it concluded five runs to one and he was placed fourth at batting order in spite of he registered a three to zero performance at batting with a base-on ball.

The Marines squads are just seven games and a half ahead from the Softbank Hawks team in the Pacific, while the Carp from Hiroshima are leading the Central league with 40 wins and 17 defeats and six ahead of Alfredo Despaigne.

Regarding the rest of the Cuban athletes who are taking part in that baseball, José Adolis has zero from seven periods at batting, along with three times stricken out on that first baseball level after having accumulated a 325 average in the minor league, and Héctor Mendoza from Pinar del Río registered six hits and five runs after five innings, respectively.

The interleague matches concluded on Monday and there have been a time off period until today when Chunichi team will face off the Yakult one, the Dena team will face off the Yomiuri ones and the Hanshin squad will face off the Hiroshima one in the central league, while the games will be carried out by teams such as the Softbank against Rakuten one, the Lotte squad against the Seibu one and the Nippon team against Ham Orix one in that order.

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