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July 7 Afternoon Recap
Rockland RHP *Bobby Blevins* (pictured) hurled a complete game to beat
the Aigles. Blevins surrendered only six hits while striking out five,
leading the Boulders to an 8-1 victory. Blevins held Trois-Rivieres off the
scoreboard until the ninth inning, when the Aigles rallied briefly off the

Elsewhere Sunday afternoon, Quebec outlasted the Jackals, 5-4.

July 6 recap
An early lead for Rockland turned into a batting shootout as the Aigles
rallied back and more to overcome the Boulders 12-8. Trois-Rivieres C
*Emerson Frostad* tied the game up with a solo home run in the first inning
before Rockland pulled away with four runs in the second and a homer from
3B *Johnny Welch* in the third. The Aigles remained composed and fought
back, gaining the lead in the next frame thanks to a grand slam from Can-Am
home run leader LF *Jon Smith* (pictured).

Elsewhere, Quebec defeated New Jersey 6-2 and Newark fell to inter-league
opponent Laredo 11-2.

July 5 recap
The Boulders outlasted the Jackals 6-4 in a game in which neither side
had much trouble getting on base. The teams traded runs for


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** Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball **

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This article is about the modern "Can-Am League". For the original "Can-Am
League", which operated between 1936 and 1951, see Canadian-American

Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball
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Founded 2005
No. of teams 5
Country(ies) USA
Most recent champion(s) Québec Capitales
Most titles Quebec Capitales (5)
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The *Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball*, informally
referred to as the *Can-Am League*, is a professional, independent baseball
league based in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Although the league initially
featured teams throughout the Northeastern United States as well as in
Quebec and Ontario in Canada, the current make up of the league is
centralized in Quebec and in the New York City metropolitan area with five
teams based in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Little Falls,
New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey, and Pomona, New York.

It operates in cities not served by Major or Minor League Baseball teams
and is not affiliated with either. The level of play is comparable to that
in Class A leagues.

The Association is usually referred to as the Can-Am League. This was also
the name of the Canadian-American League, which operated between 1936 and
1951. The current Can-Am League was formed in 2005 after the Northeast
League was reorganized.


· 1 Policies and practices

· 1.1 Policies
· 1.2 Scheduling
· 1.3 History since 2012

· 2 Teams

· 2.1 Current teams

· 3 Standings

· 3.1 2011 Final Standings (full-season)

· 4 History

· 4.1 New charter in 2005
· 4.2 Subsequent changes
· 4.3


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