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QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

 
Sunday, May 24
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Ottawa 0
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Trois-Rivieres 0 2:00PM
Rockland 0
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Quebec 0 2:10PM
Gary 0
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QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

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QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
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Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
QUEBEC CLAIMS INTER LEAGUE CONTEST
May 23 Recaps

The Quebec Capitales picked up a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to topple the Gary South Shore Railcats 3-2 in an interleague contest.
Quebec took the lead in the top of the fifth inning as 3B Tyler Young hit a sacrifice fly that scored CF Kalian Sams. The Railcats responded in the bottom of the sixth as CF Jon Jones and DH Zac Mitchell both scored after RF Drew Martinez blasted a double that troubled the left fielder. But in the top of the seventh, the Capitales took back the lead for good as Sams scored his second run of the night and DH Jean-Luc Blaquiere scored his first.

Elsewhere in the CanAm League Ottawa topped Sussex County 4-1 and Rockland outlasted Trois-Rivieres 11-7.

OTTAWA TAKES CARE OF SUSSEX COUNTY
May 22 Recap

After a 5-0 start, Ottawa went on to defeat Sussex County 8-1 in its first game of the season, with the help of 1B Jon Talley (pictured), who had two hits and two RBI.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Rockland defeated Trois-Rivieres 6-4 and Gary Southshore beat Quebec 4-3

QUEBEC STORMS PAST GARY SOUTHSHORE
May 21 Recap

In the first interleague matchup of the season, the Quebec Capitales of the Can-Am League defeated the American Association Gary Southshore Railcats 11-4, with a two-run home run and three hits from C Jean-Luc Blaquiere (pictured)

Elsewhere in the Can-Am League, the Rockland Boulders defeated Trois Riveries 5-1.

SEASON STARTS THURSDAY, ALL GAMES STREAMED
Two new teams, all games streamed

The 2015 Can-Am League season begins this week with three series, including the inaugural games for the Ottawa Champions and Sussex County Miners, who start Tyler Wilson (pictured) in their inaugural game. Two series begin Thursday, while the remaining series begins on Friday. Fans can watch every Can-Am League home game live and for free on www.canamleague.tv from HyperTechnologie.

LANIER, SHIRLEY UPBEAT AS DEBUTS WITH NEW CLUBS NEAR
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

One certainty exists for the Can-Am League's two new teams when they square off in an Opening Night game in Ottawa on Friday.

Both teams, the host Champions and the visiting Sussex County Miners, are being guided by managers with tons of experience. I wanted to say they are long-in-the-tooth, but that sounds unfair because Ottawa's Hal Lanier (pictured) and Steve Shirley of Sussex County retain so much enthusiasm, even though the calendar shows Lanier as being 72 and Shirley is 58.

2014 MVP FUENMAYOR STAYS HOT IN TEXAS LEAGUE
Independent Baseball Insider - by Bob Wirz

Chris Colabello's exceptional debut with Toronto has captured most of the attention, at least nationally, but his exploits with the bat are being rivaled in the Double-A Texas League by last season's Can-Am League Most Valuable Player.

Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured), who has moved across the diamond from his third base with Quebec to first base in his first season in the Royals' farm system, pounded his third home run in two days Tuesday afternoon to move into a tie for the Texas League lead with seven for sizzling Northwest Arkansas.

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