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Update Given for Latin American and Caribbean Senior League Regional Baseball Tournament

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This is an update for the Latin American and Caribbean Senior League Regional Baseball Tournament.  Some teams have completed their pool play; there are still some important games left to shape up the standings.

The following are the standings for the Caribbean Region as of July 12.

Pool A                                                             Pool B

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British Virgin Islands: 3-0                            Puerto Rico: 3-0

Aruba: 1-1                                                         Curacao: 1-2

St. Croix: 1-2                                                    St. Thomas: 1-3

St. Maarten:  0-2

In the Latin American Region, Panama leads the best of five series 2 games to 0.

Games scheduled for Thursday, July 13: All times to be determined based on field preparation

Panama vs Mexico: TBD (to be determined)

Puerto Rico vs Curacao: TBD

St. Maarten vs Aruba: TBD

In Pool A for the team from St. Croix, USVI, to advance to the semi-finals, St. Croix would need St. Maarten to be victorious and score seven (7) or more runs.  In Pool B for the team from St. Thomas, USVI, to advance to the semi-finals, St. Thomas would need Puerto Rico to be victorious and score eight (8) or more runs, according to Kirk D. Thomas, public relations coordinator for Latin American/Caribbean Senior League Baseball Tournament. 

There will be no radio or live streaming of the games; therefore, there is more reason to come on out and enjoy the day at Lionel Roberts Stadium along with friends and family members.

As for the semi-finals in the Caribbean Division, only two (2) teams have secured their spots. That’s the British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

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