Can-Am League Recaps
August 5, 2013 - Canadian American League (Can-Am) News Release
New Jersey 4, Newark 1
New Jersey's Brandon Moore went the distance Monday and stifled Newark as the Jackals beat the Bears 4-1. Moore allowed just one run on five hits as he picked up his second win of the season. The Jackals backed up Moore offensively as each batter in the order had at least one hit. LF Brandon Jones and RF Bryan Sabatella had two hits and an RBI. Newark's Starter Mike Ness also threw a complete game in the losing effort. CF Bridger Hunt had a team-high two hits for the Bears.
Trois-Rivieres 7, Quebec 3
The Trois-Rivieres Aigles outscored the Quebec Capitales 4-0 in the last seven innings with the help of 3B Cam Kneeland to take the 7-3 victory. Kneeland was 2-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored. He knocked in two runs in the sixth inning and hit a solo homerun in the eighth to put the Aigles ahead by the final margin. C Emerson Frostad added two RBI as well. For the Capitales, 3B Jonathan Malo was 3-for-3 with two runs scored, an RBI and a walk. Trois-Rivieres Starter Tyler Wilson went seven innings and allowed three runs on five hits in a winning effort. Both Relievers Nick Purdy and Nick Sarianides came in and didn't allow a hit.
Wichita 4, Rockland 1
The Wichita Wingnuts bested the Rockland Boulders behind a strong effort from DH John Rodriguez. Rodriguez went 3-for-4 with two RBI. He also scored a run in the top of the seventh inning after reaching on a walk and scoring from first on a double form 1B C.J. Ziegler. That run gave the Wingnuts a lead they wouldn't relinquish. Three other Wingnuts had two-hit games including Ziegler. For the Boulders, DH Angel Molina and SS Matt Nandin had two hits. Starter Anthony Capra picked up the win for his six innings of work in which he allowed just one run on three hits.
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