Galvis nearly hits for cycle in Aguilas' win

Galvis nearly hits for cycle in Aguilas' win

Galvis nearly hits for cycle in Aguilas' win
Venezuelan Winter League

Zulia 4, Magallanes 1
Phillies infielder Freddy Galvis fell a double shy of the cycle and scored twice as the Aguilas shut down the Navegantes. Braves catching prospect Evan Gattis also held three hits and added an RBI and a run scored for Zulia, which got four scoreless innings from starter Manuel Olivares. Pinch-hitter Erold Andrus doubled home Magallanes' lone run. Box score

Aragua 3, Caribes 1
Hector Gimenez capped a two-run eighth inning with an RBI double as the Tigres handed the Caribes their third straight setback. Former Major Leaguer Edgardo Alfonzo had two hits and Justin Hampson -- who made 13 relief appearances for the Mets this season -- tossed 1 1/3 scoreless innings for the win. Marlins outfielder Gorkys Hernandez reached base twice and scored Anzoategui's lone run. Box score

Caracas 3, Lara 1
Pirates prospect Ramon Cabrera delivered a go-ahead two-run double off the bench in the seventh inning, sending the Leones to their third straight win. Rays farmhand Henry Wrigley homered to account for the rest of Caracas' scoring, while Edilio Colina went 3-for-4 with an RBI for the Cardenales. Box score

La Guaira at Margarita, postponed

Dominican Winter League

Estrellas 9, Licey 8
Cubs' No. 9 prospect Junior Lake homered and drove in three runs as the Estrellas held on for their third straight win. Denis Phipps (Reds) chipped in two hits and an RBI and scored three times for Oriente, while Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin homered drove in four runs and scored twice for the Tigres. Box score

Gigantes 4, Toros 1
Marlins' No. 5 prospect Marcell Ozuna blasted a three-run homer in the top of the eighth inning to lead del Cibao over del Este. Rangers prospect Leury Garcia went 3-for-4 with a double for the Gigantes. Blue Jays prospect Yan Gomes homered for the Toros, one of just four hits they managed. Box score

Escogido at Aguilas, postponed

Mexican Pacific League

Culiacan 8, Navojoa 4
Marlon Byrd and Maxwell Leon both had two hits, including a homer, and two RBIs to lead the unbeaten Tomateros to their fourth consecutive win. Ramiro Pena and Ricardo Serrano also went deep, while Jonny Kaplan scored three times for Culiacan. Former Braves farmhand Matt Esquivel homered, doubled and drove in two runs for the Mayos. Gameday box score

Hermosillo 2, Los Mochis 1, 1st game
Nationals prospect Zech Zinicola tossed two innings of scoreless relief for the win as the Naranjeros edged the Cañeros in the first game of a doubleheader. Jesse Gutierrez provided Hermosillo's offense with his first homer of the season, while Alexis Gomez drove in the lone run for Los Mochis. Gameday box score

Los Mochis 2, Hermosillo 1, 2nd game
Phillies' No. 7 prospect Sebastian Valle delivered an RBI single as the Cañeros salvaged a split of their doubleheader. Mauricio Lara allowed a run on three hits over five innings for the win, while Carlos Gastelum had the lone RBI for the Naranjeros. Gameday box score

Mexicali 2, Obregon 1
Former Major Leaguer Chris Roberson tripled home the tying run and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning as the Aguilas rallied past the Yaquis. Jon Weber also had a pair of hits for Mexicali, while Red Sox prospect Jeremy Hazelbaker homered for Obregon. Gameday box score

Guasave at Mazatlan, postponed