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The star of the game was right fielder José Figueroa, who in the bottom of the second inning, led off with a triple to the left-center alley, then with the infield in, Héctor Mora hit a single to center to bring home the winning run.

The North American Matt Gage, starter for Venados, had no problems during the first four episodes where he gave up at least one strikeout per inning in addition to forcing a double kill, but in the 5th inning the charm would be broken.

Venados made their 7th opportunity the “lucky one”, Ricardo Valenzuela opened with a double, Ricky Alvarez followed with a single, then Figueroa appeared again and with a hit that covered the center fielder, brought Valenzuela to the promised land to tie the game at 2.

The Charros reliever filled the pads by giving Maxwell León an intentional groundout and Edson García, who came in as a pinch hitter for Ramón Ríos, hit a deep fly to left to allow Ricky to score and put the home team in front 3-2.

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The name of Cintalapa is of Nahuatl origin and means: “water in the subsoil”. On January 6, 1942 the surname Figueroa was added, in homage to the memory of the poet Rodulfo Figueroa Esquinca.

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The municipality of Cintalapa is located in the western end of the state, its geographic coordinates are 16º 39′ N and 93º 44′ W its altitude is 540 meters above sea level. It is bordered to the north by the municipality of Tecpatán, to the west by Belisario Domínguez and the Mexican state of Oaxaca, to the east by Jiquipilas and Ocozocoautla de Espinosa and to the south by Arriaga.

Chiapas possesses a great variety of natural resources, unfortunately its irrational exploitation has devastated extensive areas of forests and jungles, causing the loss of flora and fauna species. Its territory includes part of the La Sepultura and El Ocote Biosphere Reserves and the Chimalapas-Uxpanapa-El Ocote Biotic Corridor.

The main rivers in the municipality are: Cintalapa, Negro and La Venta; other streams are the streams: Cubelete, San Miguel, Tenochtitlan, La Providencia, Macuilapa, Jardín, Cuajilote and Cárdenas.

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The main rivers in the municipality are : Cintalapa, Negro and La Venta; other streams are the streams : Cubelete, San Miguel, Tenoschtitlan, La Providencia, Macuilapa, Jardín, Cuajilote and Cárdenas.

The municipality’s fauna is made up of a wide variety of species, the most common of which are the following: the ocotera snake, flying squirrel, wild boar, field deer, white-backed skunk, badger, and goat deer, among others.

Chiapas has a great variety of natural resources; unfortunately, their irrational exploitation has devastated extensive areas of forests and jungles, causing the loss of flora and fauna species. Its territory includes part of the La Sepultura and El Ocote Biosphere Reserves and the Chimalapas-Uxpanapa-El Ocote Biotic Corridor (Table 1).

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The main tourist attractions are: The ruins of Tlacuacín and Los Bordos, which date back to pre-Hispanic times. Cintalapa is famous for its tepescohuite, a tree that grows from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec to Brazil.

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There were, of course, the classic anti-exploitation graffiti, graffiti that lead me to ask: how is it that from unemployed, a person who has no job becomes exploited once he gets a job?

Where did the gold that was used in those churches and that gave so much wealth, prestige and power to the Catholic Church come from? Where did the wealth that allowed that organization to be a formidable landowner and implacable moneylender come from? Where did the gold come from for the crosiers, croziers, chalices, pectorals and other jewels that are displayed in churches, monasteries and museums, as well as on bishops, archbishops, cardinals and popes (although Bergoglio does not feel comfortable with that tradition)? How many of the current sources of income of that organization come from fortunes rooted in mining? On the wall of the church of Santa Clara there is a painting that says: God abhors this business.    As it is next to a phrase -in black paint- that refers to mining, one could suppose that it alludes to that business.    But it is in red paint, on the wall of a temple, so one could also assume that it refers to the church business. Which one does it refer to?

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