In this short instance that represents the Round of All against All, Orlando Arcia has taken out the 'bigleaguer' plate with which he arrived at Leones del Caracas and during Sunday night he guided his team to the 7-4 win over Cardenales de Lara, to end the first week of Round Robin playing for .500.
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It should be noted that much of the production of the long-haired offense was his work, and it is that he crowned a day of three hits in four turns, with a run, walk and four brought to the plate; their first four of the postseason.
“I tried to put the ball in play so that everything would come out, and it did. We just have to continue focused," Orlando Arcia told the press department of the capital group, in statements collected by El Emergente.
However, thanks to the offensive shown on Sunday in Barquisimeto, the youngest of the Arcia raised his average in this Round Robin to .476; He produced 10 hits in 21 at-bats, with four runs scored, 11 bases, a .542 OBP and a 1.066 OPS in 24 plate appearances.
His performance has been such that in eight of his last 10 games (adding regular round) he has at least one hit, which places him as a pedigree hitter within the lineup of the cast led by José Alguacil. In fact, he went on to have the second best batting average this round, behind only Carlos Rivero (.500) and is one of eight sluggers to accumulate a quadruple digit OPS.