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    Quote Originally Posted by cobraboy View Post
    Tried ESPN, no joy.

    However, CDN Sports Max, CDN Canal 37 and Digital 15 TV all have live online streaming, but not HD. I'll sacrifice.

    First game tomorrow, Saturday, 3pm vs. Venezuela.
    This may work, I was able to see Venezuela vs Cuba

    https://www.facebook.com/hablando.do...6388502511645/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishing you well View Post
    Where could I see the DR team line up/roster?
    Would not this be the same roster you would find on the Aguilas website? A "DR team" would be for the World Baseball Classic? me thinks................

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbird View Post
    Would not this be the same roster you would find on the Aguilas website? A "DR team" would be for the World Baseball Classic? me thinks................
    They usually pick and add a few players from the other teams for the Caribbean Series though

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    That is nothing short of a good old ass whoop

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbird View Post
    Ugly to say the least.

    I was able to watch some of it online at Digital 15 en vivo.

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    Three games in the Aguilas, Cuba and Puerto Rico are tied in first at 2-1. Venezuela is 2-2 and Mexico 0-3.

    Cuba plays PR this afternoon and the DR plays Mexico tonight. A DR win puts them is a solid position to head to the finals.

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    Congratulations Puerto Rico, i hope this brings a little joy to your island.........:-)

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    Default Puerto Rico wins back-to back Caribbean Series titles

    GUADALAJARA, Mexico (AP) — Jonathan Morales hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning, and Puerto Rico won its second straight Caribbean Series title, rallying past the Dominican Republic 9-4 on Thursday night.

    Down 4-3 in the seventh, Morales blasted his first home run of the tournament to give the Puerto Ricans their first lead of the game.

    The Caguas Criollos, who rallied from a four-run deficit in their semifinal against Venezuela, gave Puerto Rico their 16th title in the tournament. Only the Dominican Republic (19) has more.

    Rusney Castillo also homered for the Puerto Ricans, who played a shortened season after Hurricane Maria devastated the island last September.

    "We overcame a big test because of the storm, but after Hurricane Maria I felt like we were going to win this, it was not normal what I felt, but we did it for the island," Morales said. "We were tested but we overcame them because we are tough."

    Puerto Rico won back-to-back championships for the first time since 1992-93.

    "Before the tournament I did not want to talk about the back-to-back championships because I did not want to put extra pressure on the guys, but they made it a reality," Puerto Rico manager Luis Matos said. "Hurricane Maria was a disaster, the season was shortened and we played during the day and with lower salaries. There were a lot of things going on but we needed to put a fight, and we did it."

    The Dominican Republic was trying to win its first title since 2012.


    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...les/110249738/

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    Nice try by the Aguilas, but props to Puerto Rico for winning the Championship.

    So much for the Caribbean winter leagues for a year.

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