Elián Leyva, athlete from Mayabeque.

Mayabeque, Cuba: Elián Leyva from Mayabeque is among the five pitchers who won the “Triple Crown” throughout the history of the Liga Arco Mexicana del Pacífico, according to information published by swingcompleto.com magazine.

This Cuban stole the headlines in the 2018-2019 season, with the Charros de Jalisco and today he is once again in the news on Aztec soil for his brilliant performance with the Naranjeros de Hermosillo when he is in the fight to reach his second “Triple Crown”, that would lead him to enter the golden pages of the League.

Leyva, along with the Charros de Jalisco, led in earned run average with 2.02, strikeouts with 67 average and six victories, merits that earned him a very unpopular condition in Aztec baseball. In addition, the Cuban was a leader in WHIP, rounding out an excellent season.

In the current season of 2021-2022, Cuban pitcher Leyva, a native of Mayabeque, leaves another brilliant demonstration on the box by working for five chapters against the Sultans of Monterrey allowing just four touchdowns and two earned runs, with which his effectiveness it was set at 1.37 which allowed her to reach her sixth win of the tournament.

Another significant achievement was that the Hermosillo star struck out six to reach 44 this season.

After concluding the confrontations, last day 6, the Antillean was as the one with the best effectiveness, co-leading in victories with Raúl Carrillo and Demetrio Gutiérrez and sixth in strikeouts, just five from the top. Similarly, Leyva remained eighth in innings pitched with 59.

Rebeca Díaz Acosta

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