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DIAMONDBACKS SIGN ANOTHER CAN-AM LEAGUER
Arizona inks Quebec rookie righty Moskovits

After snagging a hurler from the Rockland Boulders’ organization on Monday, the Arizona Diamondbacks continue to sign talent out of the Can-Am League, purchasing the contract of Quebec Capitales RHP Danny Moskovits on Tuesday.
Moskovits made his professional debut in 2014, joining the Capitales in July after pitching collegiately at Harvard. In 29.2 innings with Quebec, the Glendale, Calif., native put together a 3.03 ERA with 24 strikeouts.

ROCKLAND ROOKIE RIGHTY DONINO HEADED TO ARIZONA
Third Boulder signed by affiliated org. in 2014

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Monday that Rockland Boulders RHP Joe Donino was purchased by Arizona Diamondbacks' organization. He becomes the third Rockland player sold to an affiliated club in 2014, following LHP Sean Bierman (Atlanta) and INF Steve Nyisztor (Arizona). Donino went 5-4 in his first professional season, compiling a 4.31 ERA. In 10 starts for the Boulders, he tossed 56 and one-third innings, racking up 53 strikeouts and giving up just 25 walks.

JACKALS' BRESLOW IS CLEMENTE NOMINEE ONCE AGAIN
Independent Baseball Insider - Vol. 12, No. 28, September 18, 2014

It has been a decade now since lefty reliever Craig Breslow got a fresh start on his struggling career with the New Jersey Jackals that eventually saw the Yale grad help the Boston Red Sox earn a World Series title last season.

Breslow is being rewarded for his off-the-field work by becoming the Red Sox nominee for the second year in a row for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award which "best exemplifies the game of baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and the individual's contributions to his team."

CAN-AM TITLE RUN HAS NUMEROUS THEMES
Independent Baseball Insider By Bob Wirz Vol. 12, No. 27, September 11, 2014

Best-of-seven playoff series are virtually unheard of in Independent Baseball, but the Can-Am League goes that route, and could easily argue the merits because of the storylines that developed.

The Rockland Boulders came from a 2-0 deficit to outlast the New Jersey Jackals in six games to give Manager of the Year Jamie Keefe (pictured) his first end-of-season championship.

BOULDERS CROWNED CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Rockland wins first title with four consecutive wins

For the first time in their history, the Rockland Boulders are the champions of the Can-Am League. Thanks to a clutch pitching performance by starter Bo Budkevics (pictured) and back-to-back home runs in the second inning, Rockland defeated the New Jersey Jackals in game six, 4-0.

Budkevics tossed seven shutout innings to help the Boulders win their fourth-straight game and capture the title.

BOULDERS ONE WIN FROM FIRST CAN-AM TITLE
Rockland takes three straight to grab a 3-2 series lead

The Rockland Boulders are on a roll and have taken a 3-2 lead in the Can-Am League championship series against the New Jersey Jackals. Rockland rode a seven-run first inning to a 14-4 win in game five at Provident Bank Park and is now one win away from its first Can-Am championship.

Richard Salazar (pictured) earned the win. He pitched eight innings and only allowed two runs.

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