In the Capitals, T. J. White turned out to be the main executioner of launchers trifluviens with a circuit and four rbi.
17 August 2019 19h37
A duel offensive to the advantage of the Capitals
THREE-RIVERS — In a duel where the batters have had a long top on the pitchers, the Capitals of Quebec have taken the measure of the Eagles of Trois-Rivières, 11-7, Saturday afternoon in the first day of the dogs presented at the park of the Exhibition.
When the tape of T. J. Stanton had a slim lead of 7-6, the team members Patrick Scalabrini took advantage of the largesse of reliever Tyler Ferguson, at the beginning of the sixth inning to reverse the trend and take a final orders of the duel.
In two-thirds of the round, the Capitals have produced four points at the expense of Ferguson, who was visibly not in his plate. Before him, Domenic Mazza had also experienced some trouble, giving up six points in five innings of work.
Over the first five innings, the two rivals have played cat and mouse, exchanging advance to that better better.
In the Capitals, T. J. White turned out to be the main executioner of launchers trifluviens with a circuit and four rbi. Connor Panas and David Salgueiro had two rbi each.
On the side of the premises, Thomas Roll has slammed a long ball in three points and has finished his game with four rbi. Taylor Brennan has also sent a ball to the outer limits, solo.
The victory has been paid to the folder of Reilly Hovis, while Tyler Ferguson cash the defeat.
The two teams will complete the series of three games, Sunday from 14 pm at the stage of Three-Rivers, then we will highlight the 50 years of Baseball Quebec.