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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

 
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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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ROCKLAND WALKS OFF ON GARDEN STATE IN 11
July 4 Recaps

The Rockland Boulders walked off on the Garden State Grays 6-5 in the 11th inning as pinch runner Stefen Henderson started the inning on second base and came around to score on a fielder’s choice from DH Steve Nyisztor (pictured). The game was tied at five after nine innings thanks in large part to a huge fifth inning for both teams. In the top of the fifth inning the Grays scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of one Rockland error. In the bottom of the inning, the Boulders tied the score as CF Jared McDonald and C Marcus Nidiffer each had a pair of RBI.

Elsewhere, New Jersey beat Trois-Riviers 11-4, Quebec downed Sussex County 6-1 and Ottawa was leading Winnipeg 3-2 when the game was suspended in the fifth.

THE WAY FUENMAYOR CONTINUES HITTING, CAN-AM COULD HAVE ANOTHER MAJOR LEAGUER
Independent Baseball Insider by Bob Wirz

With Chris Colabello's wildly-successful first half for the Toronto Blue Jays it would do wonders for the Can-Am League if it could claim a second big bat in the major leagues. First baseman Balbino Fuenmayor (pictured) could not possibly have hurt his chances of making it to that level sometime soon with his season-long performance and his big All-Star Game in the Texas League Tuesday night.

ROCKLAND PUSHES PAST GARDEN STATE
July 3 Recap

With the help of two hits and three RBI from 1B Charlie Law (pictured), the Boulders took down the Grays 10-4 Friday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, Quebec defeated Sussex County 2-0, Trois-Rivieres beat New Jersey 2-0 and Ottawa defeated Winnipeg 2-1

SUSSEX COUNTY WALKS-OFF AGAINST AIGLES
July 2 Recap

Sussex County 2B Ryan Pineda (pictured) hit a two-run walk-off homer to help defeat the Aigles 6-5 Thursday night.

Elswhere in the Can-Am League, New Jersey defeated Garden State 8-4

MALONEY WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE
Seven multi-hit games this month for the Boulders catcher

Rockland Boulders C Joe Maloney started his season with back-to-back Can-Am League Player of the Week awards and never looked back. Maloney’s red-hot June has earned him the Rawlings Player of the Month award. Maloney had seven multi-hit games in June, including a pair of three-hit games.

SALAZAR NAMED PITCHER OF THE MONTH
Won four games in June for the Boulders

LHP Richard Salazar of the Rockland Boulders used a 4-0 record in June to earn the Rawlings Pitcher of the Month. In five starts, Salazar struck out 24 in 31.1 innings. On the year, Salazar is now 6-1 with a 2.73 ERA. In 46 innings, he has 42 strikeouts.

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