Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball New Jersey Jackals Quebec Capitales Rockland Boulders Trois-Rivieres Aigles Sussex County Miners Ottawa Pro Baseball (215)
 

 

 

Florida Minor League Camp

Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
ADLEMAN MAY HAVE POSITIONED HIMSELF FOR 2017
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Onetime New Jersey Jackals reliever Tim Adleman may have taken a significant step toward earning more looks from the Cincinnati Reds next season even though the powerful Chicago Cubs eventually got to him for a pair of seventh inning home runs on their way to a comeback 5-2 victory.

"I was really proud [of] innings one to six," Adleman told MLB.com. "Against a good lineup like that, you have to attack because when you get into the 2-1, the 1-0, the 3-1 counts where you've got to throw the ball over the plate, they're really good at taking advantage of pitches that they can handle."

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS: 2016 CAN-AM LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
September 17 Playoff Recap

The Ottawa Champions are the 2016 Can-Am League champions as they defeated Rockland in game five, 3-1. Ottawa starting pitcher Austin Chrismon turned in a sensational performance in leading the Champions to the title. Chrismon tossed a complete game allowing only one earned run on six hits with no walks and eight strikeouts. The righty threw 123 pitches in the contest with 86 of them being for strikes. Offensively for the Champions, DH Kenny Bryant led the way going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI.

CHAMPIONS ROLL PAST BOULDERS TO FORCE A DECIDING GAME FIVE
September 16 Playoff Recap

There will be a winner-take-all game five for the Can-Am League championship tomorrow night as Ottawa rolled past Rockland by the score of 13-3. The Champions pounded out 18 hits in the contest with every batter in the lineup collecting at least one. Ottawa 2B Albert Cartwright (pictured) had another big night going 3-for-5 with a home run, his third of the series, and five RBI.

Game five of the championship series is scheduled to begin in Rockland at 6:30 PM.

OTTAWA STAYS ALIVE WITH GAME THREE WIN
September 15 Playoff Recap

Ottawa keeps their hopes alive as C Daniel Grauer (pictured) launched a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Champions a 13-12 victory over the Rockland Boulders. This game was a seesaw battle all night as each team traded leads throughout before Ottawa won it on the Grauer home run.

Game four of the championship series is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Champions look to force a game five.

BOULDERS EDGE CHAMPIONS IN 10 INNINGS TO GRAB 2-0 LEAD
September 14 Playoff Recap

Rockland SS Junior Arrojo (pictured) scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning as the Boulders beat Ottawa, 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Arrojo went 1-for-4 with two runs scored while 2B Pat McKenna drew a pair of walks and plated two runs.

Game three is tomorrow night in Rockland as the Boulders try to wrap up their second championship in three years.

MLB ORGANIZATION SEEMS LIKELY TO CALL FOR JACKALS' CHARLES
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

While the Can-Am League season will end in a few days when either Rockland or Ottawa has claimed the postseason championship, fall actually means the start of an effort by those who excelled during the summer to find an opportunity with a major league organization.

One of those who seems most likely to get such a chance is big (6-foot-6, perhaps 260-pounds) Art Charles, the New Jersey Jackals' first baseman who won the league's Triple Crown with 29 homers, 101 runs batted in (for the 100-game season) and a .352 average.

2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed
 
Watch Games Live on Can-Am.tv
Headline News
2016 Media Guide
 
Like Can-Am League on Facebook   Follow @CanAmLeague on Twitter   Can-Am League RSS Feed