2015 Cuban Finals: Ciego 4, La Isla 3, Tigers take 3-2 lead in Cuban Finals

Yorbis Borroto homered in the seventh and scored the decisive run in the ninth and the Ciego de Avila Tigers are just one win from another championship, after beating the Isla de la Juventud Pirates 4-3 Wednesday afternoon for a 3-2 Series edge.


It was the Tigers pitching that managed to frustrate numerous Isla rallies that made the game possible.

2015 Cuban Finals: Pirates even Series with comeback win over Tigers

Transforming their offense from anemic to ascendant, the Pirates shifted the 2015 Cuban Finals into a competitive high gear with their 7-6 victory over the Ciego de Avila Tigers in Tuesday afternoon's Game 4.


2015 Cuban Finals: Tigers beat Pirates 5-2 to take 2-1 lead

The Tigers came in to the Cristóbal Labra park and beat the Pirates at their own game on Monday afternoon.


They took advantage of their limited scoring opportunities and turned things over to the Ciego de Avila bullpen, which recorded the final 7 outs of the game for a 5-2 win in Game 3 of the Cuban Finals.

2015 Cuban Finals: Isla de la Juventud Pirates tie Final at 1 with 6-4 win over Ciego Tigers

It was an excellent game and a historic one. Alfredo Rodríguez revived the Pirates with a tying double in the seventh inning, then Jorge Luis Barcelán hit a winning two-run homer in the eight as Isla de la Juventud stunned the Ciego de Avila Tigers 6-4 Saturday night to even the Cuban championship series at 1-all.


The win was the first in Pirates' history in a Cuban Final.

2015 Cuban Finals: Yoelvis Fiss's Grand Slam Helps Tigers Win Game 1

Yoelvis Fiss

Ciego's Yoelvis Fiss, furthered his postseason legend in the first-inning of Friday night's Cuban Finals Game 1. With the bases loaded, two outs, Fiss clobbered the fifth pitch he saw from Isla de la Juventud Pirates starter Ulfrido García over the left-field fence and into the stands.


Grand slam. Tigers 4, Pirates 0. Fiss, a true hero in Game 1 for Ciego de Avila.

2015 Cuban Finals: Cuban Baseball Finals Start Tonight

Los mentores Julio A. Rodríguez y Roger Machado

The Cuban baseball finals begin this Friday and, for the first time in history, none of the teams considered the greats or classics of the island’s national sport will be present. What’s more, a team that has never made it this far, Isla de la Juventud, will be playing.

2015 Postseason: Pirates Advance to the Cuban Finals with 15-5 Win over Crocodiles

Yesterday afternoon, the Ciego de Avila Tigers punched their ticket to the Cuban Finals. On Tuesday night, the Isla de la Juventud Pirates decided to join them for their first trip to a Cuban Championship Series.