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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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JACKALS SCORE EARLY AND OFTEN IN VICTORY OVER AIGLES
New Jersey 6-7-8 hitters go 6-for-11 at plate

The New Jersey Jackals rolled out to a 7-0 lead after just three innings and cruised from there to a 7-1 victory over the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. With the win and the Rockland loss, the Jackals are now only one game behind Rockland in the Can-Am League standings. The 6-7-8 hitters for New Jersey did the most damage offensively. Jackals 1B Jon Talley (pictured), SS Steve Nikorak and 2B Richard Arias went a combined 6-for-11 at the plate with four runs scored and five RBI.

In the other league contest, Quebec beats Rockland, 7-1.

BOULDERS, CAPITALES SPLIT TWINBILL
Rockland wins game one; Quebec takes nightcap

Rockland and Quebec split a doubleheader. In game one, the Boulders rallied late to beat the Capitales, 5-1. Rockland scored two in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh to win the contest. In game two, Quebec plated two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and defeat Rockland 6-4. The Capitales 3-4-5 hitters of SS Jonathan Malo (pictured), 1B Balbino Fuenmayor and 3B Josue Peley each had two hits in the game with Malo driving in two runs and Fuenmayor scoring a run.

BIERMAN SOLD TO BRAVES
Leaves behind impressive Can-Am League resume

Three-time Can-Am League Pitcher of the Week. Can-Am League Pitcher of the Month for July. Member of the American Association South All-Star Team. With a list of accomplishments like that, it was only a matter of time before Rockland Boulders LHP Sean Bierman (pictured) was headed back to affiliated baseball. Bierman was sold to the Atlanta Braves organization, where he will report to the Class A Advanced Lynchburg Hillcats in the Carolina League.

AIGLES BRING OUT HIT PARADE IN BIG WIN
Elvin Millan Jr. hit a grand slam for Trois-Rivieres

The Aigles routed Quebec 19-4, rallying for three separate innings of at least five runs. CF Sasha LaGarde and SS Eric Grabe each had four hits and two RBIs. Grabe (pictured) had a team-high four runs scored.

Elsewhere in the League, Rockland beat Fargo-Moorhead, 6-5, in 11 innings, and New Jersey lost to Winnipeg, 2-0.

ROCKLAND WEATHERS SHAKY NINTH TO BEAT REDHAWKS
DH Stephen Cardullo led the Boulders with three hits.

The Rockland Boulders survived a bumpy ninth inning to take down the RedHawks, 4-3.

Rockland took the lead in a three-run bottom of the fourth, getting RBI singles from 1B Jerod Edmondson, DH Stephen Cardullo (pictured), and C Marcus Nidiffer.

In other Can-Am League action, Quebec beat Trois-Rivieres, 6-1, and New Jersey fell to Winnipeg, 6-0.

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