Ottawa 4/Quebec 8: the Capitals are complicating the lives of the Champions

Ottawa 4/Québec 8: les Capitales compliquent la vie des Champions

In addition to two short more difficult, the starter Caps, Austin Chrismon, has not badly in his first game against his former team. Removed after six innings of work, he allowed six hits, two walks on balls and four earned runs.

August 22, 2019 22h56

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Ottawa 4/Quebec 8: the Capitals are complicating the lives of the Champions

Ottawa 4/Québec 8: les Capitales compliquent la vie des Champions

Ian Bussières

The Sun

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The Capitals of Quebec have complicated once again the lives of the Champions of Ottawa by beating them 8 to 4 on Thursday evening at the Stage Canac. This gain allows them to catch up with the Champions in the standings and prevent their opponents from getting closer to the fourth row, the last giving access to the series.

The match of the Boulders in Rockland, holders of the fourth rank, having been delivered because of the rain, the Capitals and the Champions are currently at 5.5 games of the fourth place with ten games to go.

“As we still have three games against Rockland, we always hope that this is where it can play. We play well against them. We must forget about this series, lost to Quebec city and return to the state of mind in which one was against New Jersey,” commented the manager of Champions, Sébastien Boucher.

His counterpart in Quebec, Patrick Scalabrini, was simply happy for another victory. “To be honest, I don’t even look at the higher the ranking. We have fun, we win games, it gives a good show, that’s what counts.”

Once again, a big inning, the seventh, came to cement the advance of local. The powerful Jhalan Jackson drove an offering from reliever Kyle Chavez over the fence in left field, a slap that has also brought Connor Pannas at the plate. Zach Wilson followed with a double to then be pushed to the marble by David Salgueiro.

The disaster Tromp

Previously, the Caps had taken advantage of the setbacks of the second goal of the Champions, Jiandido Tromp, who has known the worst night possible for a baseball player. Not only has he been milled to the stick and removed three times on impulse, but he also committed three defensive errors in the fourth inning, as the Capitals have started with a deficit of 4 to 1, but finished ahead 5 to 4.

“Tromp is a outfielder that they have tried at second and the ball was found. It has enabled us to come back after a bad inning. This was not the most beautiful innings of baseball, but we’ll take it,” said Scalabrini.

Boucher has not tried to defend Tromp him no more. “He experienced a difficult day everywhere and this is the team that has paid off”, he summarized.

In addition to two short more difficult, the starter Caps, Austin Chrismon, has not badly in his first game against his former team. Removed after six innings of work, he allowed six hits, two walks on balls and four earned runs.

In succession Chrismon, Reilly Hovis was placed in a difficult situation, but came through in the seventh, taking on the ex-Cardinals de Saint-Louis Adron Chambers with one out and runners at second and third goal and then forcing Steve Brown to hit a ball at the field center and end the inning.

Notes : The Capitals will receive Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the defending champions and holders of the first rank in the general standings, the Miners of Sussex County…

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