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NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
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Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

WATCH GAMES LIVE!
 
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
Headline News
NEW JERSEY'S DWIGHT CHILDS HEADED TO PITTSBURGH
Catcher joined Jackals in late 2014 from American Association

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Friday that the contract of New Jersey Jackals C Dwight Childs was purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.

Childs was acquired by New Jersey from St. Paul of the American Association in late August 2014, hitting .261 in nine regular-season games for the Jackals. He spent the 2013 season with St. Paul as the club's everyday catcher, slugging 18 doubles and seven home runs in 73 games.

VELASQUEZ, FUENMAYOR IN CARIBBEAN PLAYOFFS
Independent Baseball Chatter - Winter Baseball Update

It wont be long now (February 2) when the winter baseball season wraps up with the start of the eagerly-awaited Caribbean Series, and it appears almost certain the Can-Am League and American Association will have considerable representation.

1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor (Quebec 2013-14) is in the Venezuelan League playoffs with Anzoategui, while RHP Jon Velasquez (pictured, Rockland 2011-12) is in the Puerto Rican championship series with Santurce.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2015 INTERLEAGUE OPPONENTS
Clubs to face Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, American Association

Durham, N.C. Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Thursday, January 15 that three different baseball organizations will be part of the Can-Ams interleague competition for the 2015 season: the Shikoku Island All-Stars, Garden State Grays, and clubs from the independent American Association.

STRONG CAN-AM SEASON AS CLOSER GIVES SANCHEZ NEW LIFE
Indy Baseball Chatter by By Bob Wirz

Salvador Sanchez appears to be a really good test case to see how far one can advance in an affiliated league after converting from the outfield and getting one season of accelerated work as a closer in the Can-Am League.

The Miami Marlins have signed the 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander and placed him on their Triple-A New Orleans roster, based in great measure on a 25-save season with the New Jersey Jackals (Little Falls). Sanchez will pitch at 29 in 2015, but only the last four years of his first decade in pro baseball have come as a pitcher.

STEVE SHIRLEY SET TO BE SUSSEX SKIPPER
Former big-leaguer was two-time American Association Manager of the Year

Augusta, N.J. The Sussex County Miners of the Can-Am League announced on Friday that former major-league hurler and two-time American Association Manager of the Year Steve Shirley will be the club's manager during its inaugural season.
Previously, Shirley spent eight seasons with Sioux Falls of the American Association, winning the 2008 league championship and the 2008 and 2010 Manager of the Year awards.

FUENMAYOR PUTTING UP BIG NUMBERS IN VENEZUELA
Indy Baseball Chatter by Bob Wirz

The Kansas City Royals must be happy with their recent purchase of Balbino Fuenmayor out of the Can-Am League (Quebec) because the corner infielder is not only putting up great numbers in Venezuela, but they look even more impressive when compared to Arizona outfielder David Peralta, who made a big impact in his rookie season in the National League.

Fuenmayor has 10 homers and 38 runs batted in along with a .315 average in the 42 games he has played (45-for-143).

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