Winterball Roundup - 12/7

As usual, Monday was a light day in the Caribbean winter leagues, but that didn't stop Renny Osuna from collecting two more hits. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's winterball action.

Arizona Fall League: Surprise - SEASON OVER
16-16, 2.0 GB

The Rafters finished with a .500 mark, two games behind the division-winning Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League's West Division.

Mexican Pacific League

There were no games on Monday.

Venezuelan Winter League

In the only game of the night in Venezuela, La Guaira defeated Caracas, 15-6.

Shortstop Renny Osuna may have batted ninth on Monady, but that didn't stop him from having another solid game. The 24-year-old was 2-for-3 with an RBI and three runs scored, boosting his average up to .350. Osuna was also hit by a pitch.

First baseman Max Ramirez was the only Tiburones starter to go without a hit. He was 0-for-5 with a pair of strikeouts.

Pinch runner and right fielder David Paisano was 0-for-1.

Dominican Winter League

There were no games on Monday.

Puerto Rican Winter League

Adalberto Flores' ERA jumped to 8.22 after he allowed three runs (two earned) on two hits in 1.2 innings. Although Flores didn't issue a walk, he threw two wild pitches and plunked a pair of batters.

In 7.2 innings this winter, Flores has allowed seven earned runs on 11 hits, walking eight and striking out just five.

Australian Claxton Shield

Five Australian teams are competing for the Claxton Shield. Two Rangers are represented in Aaron Thompson (Queensland) and Tim Stanford (New South Wales).

In two appearances with the Queensland Rams, the right-hander Thompson has allowed two runs on three hits in one inning, walking zero and striking out one.

Stanford has not yet begun playing for NSW.

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