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ADLEMAN HAS STELLAR BIG-LEAGUE DEBUT ON SUNDAY
Righty pitched for New Jersey in 2013

Pittsburgh -- Right-hander Tim Adleman only found out the night before he would be making his Major League debut, but gave the Reds a strong spot start in place of right-hander Raisel Iglesias on Sunday afternoon at PNC Park.

With Iglesias on the 15-day disabled list with an impingement in his right shoulder, the 28-year-old stepped in and allowed two runs on three hits over six-plus innings with six strikeouts in the Reds' 6-5, 11-inning win over the Pirates.

CAN-AM LEAGUE FORTIFIED WITH PLAYERS ON BRINK OF MAJORS
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Luis Garcia (pictured, Newark '12) is back with Philadelphia to join veteran southpaw Craig Breslow (New Jersey '04) as big-time bullpen arms and evidence seems stronger almost by the day that others will emerge before long. That could mean Cincinnati hurler Tim Adleman, Colorado outfielder Stephen Cardullo, veteran reliever Steve Delabar now in the Reds' system, slugger Balbino Fuenmayor of Kansas City or another of the 10 or so former Can-Am players working in various organizations.

CUBA TO FACE SHIKOKU ISLAND ALL-STARS JULY 2
Game to be held at Trois-Rivières' Stade Fernand-Bédard

Trois-Rivières, Quebec – On Saturday, July 2, the Cuban National Team and the Shikoku Island League All-Stars will face off at Stade Fernand-Bédard, home of the Trois-Rivières Aigles.
As announced during the schedule release in December, both teams will play regular season-games against other Can-Am League clubs throughout June. Trois-Rivières will host the only game in which the two foreign teams will face one another.

ROCKLAND BOULDERS INTRODUCE PALISADES CREDIT UNION PARK
Club announces new ballpark name

Pomona, N.Y. – Fans of the Rockland Boulders will find a new community partner on the ballpark this year with the announcement that Palisades Credit Union has acquired naming rights to the park, now to be called Palisades Credit Union Park.
The Boulders have called Rockland home since their inception in 2011 and have averaged crowds of more than 3,000 fans per game, with an all-time attendance exceeding 750,000.

RANGERS PURCHASE CONTRACT OF CHAMPIONS' BLANCO
Lefty reliever to join Texas extended spring training

Ottawa – The Texas Rangers have purchased the rights to Ottawa Champions LHP Josh Blanco and signed him to a minor league contract. Blanco, 26, appeared in 33 games for Ottawa in 2015, compiling a 3-2 record with a 2.45 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 44 innings pitched. He is the second Champions player to be signed by a MLB organization but the first to actually play for Ottawa, after pitcher Ethan Elias was signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks prior to the 2015 season.

CARDULLO MAKES NICE TRANSITION, NOW ONLY ONE STEP FROM MAJORS
Independent Baseball Chatter - by Bob Wirz

Stephen Cardullo may be the best thing to happen to the Can-Am League since Chris Colabello.

The outfielder, who spent the last three seasons improving his skills at Rockland, is making the huge jump to the Pacific Coast League seem easy so far in this young season. The 28-year-old is playing left field and batting cleanup for the Colorado Rockies' top farm club in Albuquerque, and just like his annual progression at Rockland his numbers are getting better and better.

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