- Game 1: Tigres de Aragua 7, Leones del Caracas 4 (Aragua leads 1-0)
- Game 2: Leones del Caracas 8, Aragua Tigers 6 (Series tied 1-1)
- Game 3: Leones del Caracas 8, Aragua Tigers 4 (Caracas leads 2-1)
- Game 4: Leones del Caracas 5, Aragua Tigers 3 (Caracas leads 3-1)
- Game 5: Leones del Caracas 5, Aragua Tigers 1 (Caracas wins series, 4-1)
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