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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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CONTRACT OF LEAGUE MVP FUENMAYOR PURCHASED BY ROYALS
Quebec 1B/3B also named Baseball America Independent Player of the Year

Durham, N.C. – The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that the contract of Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor has been purchased by the Kansas City Royals’ organization.

Fuenmayor had a superb season in 2014, earning league MVP honors, as well as the Baseball America Independent Player of the Year award. He led the league with 99 RBI, second-most in league history, as well as 131 hits, fifth-most all-time.

QUEBEC'S REGNAULT HEADED TO THE BIG APPLE
Mets purchase contracts of Quebec LHP

Another Quebec Capitales player is headed to a major-league organization, as the Can-Am League announced on Friday that the New York Mets organization purchased the contract of LHP Kyle Regnault. He is the second Capitales player to be sold this off-season, following RHP Danny Moskovits (Arizona).

In 2014, Regnault split time between the bullpen and the starting rotation, going 4-6 with a 4.47 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 86.2 innings of work.

ROCKLAND NAMED ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Boulders receive honors for second time

Durham, N.C. -- In a vote of league managers and media personnel, the Rockland Boulders were named the Can-Am League’s “Organization of the Year” on Tuesday. It is the second time in three years that Rockland has been given the honor, also winning in the 2012 season.

PRAISE FOR INDY VET MINICOZZI FROM GIANTS' ORGANIZATION
Vol. 12, No. 31, October 16, 2014

We all know that not every player who pulls on a baseball uniform is going to be rewarded with an opportunity to play in the major leagues. Mark Minicozzi has been in this category so far, but his organization is heaping praise on him. The Pennsylvania native will be 32 next season, but the utilityman had another strong season in the San Francisco farm system, hitting .306, which was second-best in the organization.

FUENMAYOR NAMED INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Venezuelan had dominant, record-setting season for Quebec

Durham, N.C. -- Baseball America, the leader in coverage of baseball at all levels, named Quebec Capitales IF Balbino Fuenmayor its Independent Player of the Year on Thursday.

Fuenmayor, who led the league with 99 RBI and finished second with 23 home runs and a .347 batting average, was the third Can-Am League player to win the award, after Worcester's Chris Colabello in 2011 and Quebec's Eddie Lantigua in 2005.

LAPLANTE TO BE INDUCTED INTO QUEBEC BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Holds Capitales ERA record; led club to championship in 2006 and 2009

Montreal – Baseball Quebec, the governing body for baseball in the province, has announced that Quebec Capitales president Michel Laplante will be inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on November 15.

Laplante has spent more than 20 years in professional baseball, first as a pitcher in the Pittsburgh, Montreal and Atlanta organizations, reaching as high as Triple-A. He joined the Capitales in 1999, earning the franchise’s first-ever win, and setting a club record that still stands with a 2.06 ERA.

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