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CHAMPIONS NAME HAL LANIER NEW SKIPPER
Former N.L. Manager of the Year also led '08 Can-Am champs

Ottawa - Former major-league manager Hal Lanier returns to the Can-Am League as the first manager of the Ottawa Champions, the team announced at a press conference on Tuesday.

Lanier also managed the Sussex Skyhawks in 2008 and 2009, leading the team to the 2008 Can-Am League championship. From 1986 to 1988, he managed the Houston Astros, earning NL Manager of the Year honors in 1986.

QUEBEC'S FUENMAYOR EARNS ANOTHER HONOR
Capitales 1B/3B named PointStreak Star of Stars

Durham, N.C. -- The Can-Am League announced on Wednesday that Pointstreak, the official league statistician, named Quebec Capitales 1B/3B Balbino Fuenmayor as its "Star of Stars" for the 2014 season. The award is given by Pointstreak, to the player with the best overall statistical performance during the regular season.
The 2014 Can-Am League MVP and Baseball America Independent Baseball Player of the Year., Fuenmayor led the league with 99 RBI, 30 doubles and a .610 slugging percentage.

CAN-AM LEAGUE ADDS SUSSEX, OTTAWA FOR 2015
Schedule to feature 100 interleague games vs. American Association

Durham, N.C. -- Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff announced on Wednesday that the league has added members in Sussex County, N.J., and Ottawa, Ontario, for the 2015 season. Sussex will play at Skylands Stadium in Augusta, N.J., while the Ottawa Champions will play at 10,000-seat Ottawa Stadium.

BRESLOW LIKELY TO BE A FREE AGENT
Independent Baseball Insider - Vol. 12, No. 32, October 30, 2014

Southpaw Craig Breslow (New Jersey 2004) was back home in Connecticut a few days ago to be inducted into the Fairfield County Sports Hall of Fame and to talk up his Strike 3 Foundation which raises funds for pediatric cancer research, but it sounds like the major league veteran who got his break from the New Jersey Jackals will be shopping for a new team this fall.

The Boston Herald reported Thursday it believes the Red Sox will buy out the 34-year-old for $100,000 by Saturday rather than picking up a $4 million option.

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.

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