CAPITALES OUTLAST AIGLES BEHIND WHITE’S TERRIFIC DAY

August 17 Recap

Quebec 11, Trois-Rivieres 7 – Box Score

Quebec scored four runs in the sixth inning to take a 10-7 lead and would go on from there to outlast Trois-Rivieres by the final of 11-7. This contest was a slugfest as both teams combined for 18 runs on 27 hits, 10 of which were for extra bases.

The Capitales banged out 17 hits of their own and was led by the terrific day at the plate from 1B/2B TJ White (pictured). White went 4-for-6 with two home runs, three runs scored and four RBIs. Quebec 3B Jesse Hodges also had a four-hit game with a run and an RBI while DH Stayler Hernandez collected three hits, three runs and an RBI.

Capitales pitcher Reilly Hovis tossed two shutout innings of relief and grabbed his second victory. Hovis (2-0) allowed a hit and three walks while fanning two batters.

For the Aigles in the losing effort, SS Thomas Roulis launched his first home run of the season, a three-run shot in the fifth inning.

 

Rockland 3, Sussex County 1 – Box Score

Rockland jumped out to an early lead and received a terrific performance from starting pitcher Luis Cedeno as the Boulders downed Sussex County, 3-1.

After 2 ½ scoreless innings of action, Rockland jumped out to a 2-0 in the third thanks to a two-run home run from 2B Richie Fecteau. The score would stay that way until the top of the sixth when the Miners cut the deficit to 2-1 as CF/RF Mikey Reynolds scored on a sacrifice fly from 2B Trey Hair. The Boulders came right back in the bottom half of the inning and plated their final run on an RBI double by C Adam Ehrlich.

Fecteau had a 2-for-4 night with a run scored and two RBIs while Ehrlich contributed a two-hit game and drove in a run.

Cedeno tossed seven solid innings en route to his first victory of the year. The righty gave up an earned run on a hit and struck out 10 batters.

 

Ottawa 11, New Jersey 8 – Box Score

Designated hitter Eduard Pinto singled home 2B Jiandido Tromp with the go-ahead run in the seventh inning as Ottawa downed New Jersey, 11-8. The Champions had an 8-2 lead through three innings of play before the Jackals plated three runs in the fourth and three more in the sixth to tie the contest up at 8-8.

Ottawa pounded out 12 hits in the contest with four batters having multi-hit games. Champions 3B Malik Collymore led the way going 2-for-4 with two runs scored and three stolen bases. Collymore has now stolen six bases in the last two games and currently leads the league with 41. Along with Collymore, Tromp went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI while CF Steve Brown scored two runs and drove in two in a 1-for-5 night.

Pitcher Kyle Chavez tossed 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief to grab the victory for Ottawa. The righty allowed only a hit in the six batters he faced. Chavez is now 1-0 on the year.

 

CHAMPIONS JUMP TO EARLY LEAD AND DOUBLE UP JACKALS

August 16 Recap

Ottawa 6, New Jersey 3 – Box Score

Photo Courtesy: Marc Lafleur, Ottawa Champions

Ottawa rolled out to a 4-0 lead through two innings of action and would go on from there to beat New Jersey by a 6-3 score.

The 1-2-3 hitters of LF Malik Collymore (pictured), RF Adron Chambers and CF Steve Brown carried the offense for the Champions tonight. The trio combined for three of the team’s five hits, five runs and a pair of RBIs. Shortstop Michael Baca also helped the Ottawa offense with a 1-for-3 outing and a run batted in.

Champions starting pitcher Zachary Westcott allowed an earned run in six innings of work and picked-up his first victory of the season. Westcott gave up a walk and four hits while striking out eight batters.

First baseman Richard Stock went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the loss for the Jackals.

 

Trois-Rivieres 9, Quebec 4 – Box Score

Trois-Rivieres jumped out to a 4-0 lead after two innings of play and cruised from there to a 9-4 win over Quebec. With the victory, the Aigles have now won three straight and stay one game behind Sussex County in the Can-Am League standings.

There were 12 hits collected by Trois-Rivieres with eight batters picking-up at least one. Aigles SS Thomas Roulis led all hitters going a perfect 4-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI. Trois-Rivieres DH Alberth Martinez scored a pair of runs in a 1-for-4 night while CF Michael Suchy launched his sixth home run of the season, a three-run shot in the second inning.

Aigles starting pitcher Chris Murphy tossed six solid innings and notched the win. The Millersville University product gave up an earned run on seven hits and struck out five batters. With the victory, Murphy is now 6-4 on the season.

For the Capitales in the losing effort, SS Yordan Manduley had a 3-for-4 night with a run scored.

 

Sussex County 3, Rockland 1 – Box Score

Sussex County tallied a pair of runs in the eighth inning to break a 1-1 tie and defeat Rockland by the final of 3-1.

Miners starting pitcher Tom Burns threw seven solid innings and grabbed his sixth victory of the year. Burns (6-1) allowed an earned run on four hits and struck out eight batters. Sussex County reliever Ryan Newell struck out the side in the ninth inning and collected his 13th save.

Offensively for the Miners, 2B Trey Hair led the way going 2-for-4 with a home run. Sussex County SS Cito Culver tallied a run in a 1-for-3 night while DH Nate Coronado had two hits, including a double, in four at-bats. In total, the Miners had six hits on the night.

Designated hitter Blake Grant-Parks had a 2-for-3 night with a home run for the Boulders.

FIVE-RUN SIXTH LEADS MINERS PAST CHAMPIONS

August 15 Recap

Sussex County 7, Ottawa 3 – Box Score

Sussex County scored five runs in the sixth inning to grab a 6-2 advantage and would go on from there to defeat Ottawa by the score of 7-3.

The Miners had eight hits in the contest with three batters having multi-hit games. Sussex County 1B Audy Ciriaco led the way going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. Miners 3B Nate Coronado scored a run and drove in three in a 2-for-4 night while LF Breland Almadova (pictured) collected a pair of doubles and two RBIs in a 2-for-4 outing.

Sussex County starting pitcher David Palladino gave up an earned run over six innings of work and earned the victory. The righty allowed two walks and three hits to go along with four strikeouts. With the win, Palladino is now 4-2 on the season.

For the Champions in the losing effort, 2B Jiandido Tromp launched his sixth home run of the season, a solo shot in the sixth inning.

 

Quebec 7, New Jersey 3 – Box Score

Quebec scored seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to erase a 2-0 deficit and beat New Jersey by a 7-3 final. With the victory, the Capitales took three out of four in the series.

Starting pitcher Austin Chrismon tossed five innings of work for Quebec and notched his second win of the season. Chrismon (2-1) gave up two earned runs on three hits and struck out four batters.

Offensively for the Capitales, SS Yordan Manduley led the way going 1-for-4 with a double, a run scored and an RBI. Quebec LF Brandon Fischer tallied a run in a 1-for-4 night while DH Stayler Hernandez and 1B Zach Wilson each had a hit, a run scored and an RBI. The Capitales had only five hits in the contest but was aided by four New Jersey errors.

Designated hitter David Harris went 1-for-4 with a run scored in the loss for the Jackals.

 

Trois-Rivieres 6, Rockland 3 – Box Score

Catcher Joe Deluca hit a solo home run in the fourth inning to give Trois-Rivieres a 4-3 lead and they would go on from there to defeat Rockland by a final of 6-3.

The Aigles collected 10 hits in the game with eight batters in the lineup picking-up at least one. Trois-Rivieres SS Tucker Nathans went 1-for-3 with two runs scored while 2B David Glaude had two hits in four at-bats along with a run. Left fielder Alberth Martinez also helped the Aigles offense by picking-up a run and an RBI in a 2-for-4 night.

Trois-Rivieres pitcher Cam Lafleur tossed 2 1/3 scoreless innings of relief and notched his fifth win of the 2019 season. Lafleur (5-2) gave up a hit and a walk with two strikeouts in the nine batters he faced.

Boulders 1B Matt Oberste had a 1-for-4 night with two runs scored and an RBI.

AIGLES BLOW OPEN GAME LATE AND DEFEAT BOULDERS

August 14 Evening Recap

Trois-Rivieres 10, Rockland 4 – Box Score

Trois-Rivieres scored seven runs in their final two trips to the plate to blow open a tight ballgame and beat Rockland by a score of 10-4. With the victory, the Aigles are now only one game behind Sussex County for first place in the Can-Am League standings.

Trois-Rivieres collected 11 hits as a team with eight batters in the lineup picking-up at least one. Trois-Rivieres DH Alberth Martinez (pictured) led the way going 1-for-3 with two walks and three runs scored. Aigles 1B Juan Kelly added two walks, two runs and a hit while 2B Tucker Nathans had a three-hit game and drove in three runs.  In total, Trois-Rivieres was walked 11 times in the game.

Aigles starting pitcher Brandon Barker threw 5 2/3 solid innings and notched his sixth win of the season. Barker gave up two runs, both unearned, on six hits and fanned seven batters.

 

Quebec 5, New Jersey 4 (10 Innings) – Box Score

Designated hitter Zach Wilson singled home 2B Brandon Fischer with the game winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning as Quebec defeated New Jersey in a walk-off, 5-4. The Capitales had trailed 4-2 going into the last half of ninth before scoring a pair of runs to tie the contest and sending it to extra innings.

Fischer began the inning at second base due to the international tiebreaker rules. The next batter, C Corey Bass, came to the plate and on the fourth pitch of his at-bat Jackals pitcher Dylan Brammer threw a wild pitch and moved Fischer over to third base. After Bass struck out, SS Yordan Manduley and 1B TJ White were both intentionally walked to load the bases with one out. Wilson then came to the plate and picked-up a base hit that scored Fischer and won the game for Quebec.

Capitales RF Jhalan Jackson led all batters going 3-for-4 with a home run, three runs scored and an RBI. Quebec LF Stayler Hernandez had a two-hit game with a blast and three RBIs while CF Connor Panas had a pair of hits in four at-bats.

Capitales pitcher Jonathan De Marte tossed two innings of relief and grabbed his third win of the year. De Marte allowed an earned run on two hits and struck out three batters.

CHAMPIONS HOLD OFF LATE RALLY BY MINERS TO PICK-UP WIN

August 14 Afternoon Recap

Photo Courtesy: Marc Lafleur, Ottawa Champions

Ottawa 10, Sussex County 8 – Box Score

Ottawa jumped out to a 6-1 lead after 3 ½ innings of play and would have to hold off a late rally by Sussex County to win, 10-8.

The Champions pounded out 16 hits in the contest with five batters having multi-hit games. Ottawa LF Malik Collymore led the way going 4-for-6 with a run scored and three RBIs. Champions C Stephen Octave had three hits in four at-bats along with two runs and an RBI while CF Steve Brown collected a pair of runs and two RBIs in a 1-for-2 day. First baseman Leonardo Reginatto (pictured) also helped the Ottawa offense by picking-up three hits and driving in two runs.

Champions starting pitcher Jared Mortensen tossed six innings of work and notched his fifth win of the season. Mortensen allowed four earned runs on six hits and struck out four batters.

For the Miners in the loss, 3B Jarred Mederos went 2-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and four RBIs.

CAPITALES SHUTOUT JACKALS, 13-0

August 13 Recap

Quebec 13, New Jersey 0 – Box Score

It was all Quebec tonight as the Capitales rolled past New Jersey by the score of 13-0.

There were nine hits collected by Quebec with eight batters picking-up at least one. Capitales 1B TJ White (pictured) led the way at the plate going 1-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and two RBIs. Quebec DH Zach Wllson had a two-hit game with two runs and an RBI while LF Stayler Hernandez contributed a home run along with a pair of runs and two RBIs.

Capitales starting pitcher Scott Richmond and two relievers combined on a three-hit shutout. Richmond went the first seven innings allowing two hits and four walks while fanning eight batters. The bullpen duo of Reilly Hovis and Lachlan Fontaine tossed the final two frames and combined gave up a hit and struck out two batters. Richmond notched the win and is now 5-4 on the year.

 

Rockland 3, Trois-Rivieres 1 – Box Score

Rockland jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 2 1/2 innings of play and would go on from there to defeat Trois-Rivieres by the final of 3-1.

The Boulders received solid pitching performances from starter Edgar De La Rosa and their two relievers. The 28-year-old De La Rosa went 7 2/3 innings allowing an earned run on three hits with two walks and eight strikeouts. The bullpen duo of James Mulry and Robbie Gordon finished the contest by throwing a combined 1 1/3 shutout innings and striking out three hitters. De La Rosa earned the win and is now 2-0 while Gordon collected his 11th save.

Offensively for Rockland, 3B John Brontsema went 2-for-4 with two doubles and a run scored while DH Matt Oberste picked-up a pair of RBIs in a 1-for-3 outing.

For the Aigles in the losing effort, C Anthony Hermelyn had a 1-for-2 night and scored a run.

 

Sussex County 7, Ottawa 3 – Box Score

Sussex County put this contest away early, scoring five runs over their first four frames and cruising to a 7-3 win over Ottawa.

The Miners had 12 hits in the game with four batters collecting two apiece. Sussex County CF Brandon Downes went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI while LF Jose Brizuela and 3B Nate Coronado each picked-up two hits and scored a run. First baseman Audy Ciriaco also helped the Miners offense by driving in a run and going 2-for-4.

Sussex County starting pitcher Andrew Gist tossed 7 1/3 innings and picked-up the win. The lefty gave up three earned runs on three hits and struck out four batters. Gist is now 8-1 on the season with the victory.

Right fielder Adron Chambers went 1-for-2 with an RBI in the loss for the Champions.

STOCK’S SINGLE IN THE EIGHTH PROVES TO BE DIFFERENCE MAKER IN JACKALS VICTORY

August 12 Recap

New Jersey 3, Quebec 2 – Box Score

First baseman Richard Stock’s (pictured) RBI single in the eighth inning gave New Jersey a 3-1 lead and that proved to be the difference in the game as the Jackals defeated Quebec by the score of 3-2.

Stock went 2-for-4 on the night with a run batted in while 3B Conrad Gregor had a 1-for-3 outing with a home run, two runs scored and an RBI. Right fielder Demetrius Moorer also chipped in a pair of hits and a run for New Jersey.

Jackals pitcher Matt Dallas tossed two innings of relief and notched the victory. The righty gave up an earned run on a hit and struck out two batters. With the win, Dallas is now 2-0 on the season.

For the Capitales in the loss, DH Jhalan Jackson had a 2-for-3 night with a home run.

AIGLES’ MAZZA NAMED CAN-AM’S PITCHER OF THE WEEK

Dayton, OH Trois-Rivieres Aigles LHP Domenic Mazza (pictured) is the Can-Am League’s Pitcher of The Week, respectively for the week of August 5-11, as selected by Pointstreak, the league’s official statistician.

 

Mazza has been simply dominant over his last two appearances. Authoring a pair of quality starts on the road, he logged a 2-0 record with a 1.39 ERA with 13 strikeouts and just two walks over 13 innings pitched. Facing the Quebec Capitales, Mazza allowed just three hits and zero earned runs over six innings while not walking anyone and fanning eight hitters. In his next start against the Ottawa Champions, Mazza hurled seven innings and only yielded two earned runs on five hits along with striking out five and only walking two batters.

 

A 25-year-old Walnut Creek, California native, Mazza is authoring a stellar season for the Aigles. Over seven starts the dominant southpaw is 3-2 with a 1.38 ERA and 39 innings pitched while just allowing five walks and tallying 41 strikeouts. In fact, he hasn’t allowed more than two earned runs in any of his appearances. Currently in his fifth season, Mazza was drafted by the San Francisco Giants out of the University of California, Santa Barbara in the 22nd round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft.

 

ABOUT THE CAN-AM LEAGUE:

Established in 1936 and running through 1951, the Can-Am League was re-formed in 2005 and is now the premiere independent baseball league in the Northeastern United States and Canada. Fueled by strong cities, good stadiums and a great brand of baseball, the league has teams in Little Falls, NJ (New Jersey Jackals), Augusta, NJ (Sussex County Miners), Pomona, NY (Rockland Boulders), Ottawa, Ontario (Ottawa Champions), Quebec City, Quebec (Quebec Capitales) and Trois-Rivieres, Quebec (Trois-Rivieres Aigles). More information on the Can-Am League can be found at www.canamleague.com

 

ABOUT POINTSTREAK:

Pointstreak provides technology-driven sports management and business solutions designed to streamline operations while facilitating and enhancing the sport participant, fan and media experience. Pointstreak’s product line includes solutions for professional, collegiate, and junior sports leagues as well as for amateur and recreational sports leagues. More information can be found on Pointstreak’s website at www.pointstreaksolutions.com or www.pointstreak.com.

 

CONTACT:

Steven Solomon

Can-Am League

O: 973-450-1070 / C: 845-242-1449

HARRIS TABBED AS LEAGUE’S BATTER OF THE WEEK

Dayton, OH New Jersey Jackals OF David Harris (pictured) was named the Can-Am League’s Batter of The Week, respectively for the week of August 5-11, as selected by Pointstreak, the league’s official statistician.

 

Over the last week, Harris has wielded a sizzling hot bat that has generated a scorching .636 batting average (12-19) with seven runs scored, two doubles, one homer and eight RBIs. During this span, Harris logged three multi-hit games including a 5-5 performance versus the Rockland Boulders with one double and one RBI. He followed this performance by going a combined 6-7 in a doubleheader against the Sussex County Miners with one double, one homer and four RBIs.

 

After beginning the 2019 season with Quintana Roo (Triple-A Mexican League), Harris returned to the Jackals on July 24 and has been on fire ever since. Over 17 games, the 28-year-old Bradenton, Florida native is hitting an astronomical .475 (28-59) with four doubles, two homers, 20 runs batted in and one stolen base. No stranger to Yogi Berra Stadium, Harris authored a career year last season by hitting .331 (114-344) with 16 doubles, two triples, 23 home runs, 68 RBIs and 15 stolen bases. Currently in his sixth season, Harris was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays out of Southern Arkansas University in the 36th round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

 

ABOUT THE CAN-AM LEAGUE:

Established in 1936 and running through 1951, the Can-Am League was re-formed in 2005 and is now the premiere independent baseball league in the Northeastern United States and Canada. Fueled by strong cities, good stadiums and a great brand of baseball, the league has teams in Little Falls, NJ (New Jersey Jackals), Augusta, NJ (Sussex County Miners), Pomona, NY (Rockland Boulders), Ottawa, Ontario (Ottawa Champions), Quebec City, Quebec (Quebec Capitales) and Trois-Rivieres, Quebec (Trois-Rivieres Aigles). More information on the Can-Am League can be found at www.canamleague.com.

 

ABOUT POINTSTREAK:

Pointstreak provides technology-driven sports management and business solutions designed to streamline operations while facilitating and enhancing the sport participant, fan and media experience. Pointstreak’s product line includes solutions for professional, collegiate, and junior sports leagues as well as for amateur and recreational sports leagues. More information can be found on Pointstreak’s website at www.pointstreaksolutions.com or www.pointstreak.com.

 

CONTACT:

Steven Solomon

Can-Am League

O: 973-450-1070 / C: 845-242-1449

GLAUDE’S HOME RUN LIFTS AIGLES PAST CHAMPIONS

August 11 Recap

Trois-Rivieres 5, Ottawa 2 – Box Score

Second baseman David Glaude (pictured) launched a solo home run in the fifth inning to give Trois-Rivieres a 3-2 lead and they would go on to defeat Ottawa by the score of 5-2. With the victory, the Aigles took two of three in the weekend series and are now only one game behind Sussex County in the Can-Am League standings.

There were nine hits collected by Trois-Rivieres with three batters having multi-hit games. Glaude went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI while 3B Tucker Nathans had a two-hit game and tallied a pair of runs. Left fielder Raphael Gladu also helped the Aigles offense by picking-up two hits in four at-bats and driving in a run.

Trois-Rivieres starting pitcher Domenic Mazza tossed seven solid innings and grabbed his third win of the season. Mazza allowed two earned runs on five hits and struck out five batters.

For the Champions in the loss, LF Malik Collymore and RF Jiandido Tromp each hit a solo home run.

 

New Jersey 6, Sussex County 0 – Box Score

New Jersey starter Eduard Reyes and reliever Dylan Brammer combined on a four-hit shutout as the Jackals downed Sussex County, 6-0.

Reyes threw the first seven innings of the contest and allowed only a pair of walks and the four hits while fanning four batters. Brammer finished the final two frames and struck out two in his 24-pitch outing. Reyes notched the victory and is now 9-3 on the season.

Offensively for New Jersey, CF Jay Gonzalez led the way going 2-for-4 with a walk and two runs scored. Jackals LF Alfredo Marte had a hit in four at-bats along with two RBIs while 3B Conrad Gregor and SS Santiago Chirino each picked-up a hit, a run and an RBI. In total, New Jersey had 10 hits in the contest.

 

Quebec 3, Rockland 1 – Box Score

After three scoreless innings of action, Quebec scored a pair of runs in the fourth to take a 2-0 lead and would go on from there to defeat Rockland by the score of 3-1.

The Capitales scored both of those runs in the fourth thanks to a two-run single by SS Yordan Manduley. Quebec would add another run in the eighth thanks to a base hit by RHP Dustin Molleken. Rockland tallied their only run in the bottom of the inning on a solo home run by LF Grant Heyman.

Manduley went 2-for-5 with two RBIs while LF Brandon Fischer had a hit and a run scored along with three walks. Both Manduley and Fischer also stole bases in the contest.

Capitales starting pitcher David Richardson tossed six shutout innings and notched his second win of the season. Richardson gave up eight hits and struck out three in his 74-pitch performance.