Can-Am ’15: A Season of Images

The Last Game

Trois-Rivieres Aigles 2, New Jersey Jackals 1

Skylands Park

Baseball returned to Skylands Park in Augusta, N.J. after a four-year absence. The Sussex County Miners joined the Ottawa Champions as expansion teams in 2015

Yogi Berra Stadium

The New Jersey Jackals welcomed their new local rival Sussex County Miners in this early season game. The Jackals have been without an in-state rival since the Newark Bears folded after the 2013 season.

Shikoku All-Stars

International baseball was added to the schedule this year as the league hosted the Shikoku Island All-Stars. The Japanese team, shown here taking a bow, visited all 6 Can-Am League stadiums and compiled a 6-10 record.

Aigles at Rockalnd

The Trois-Rivieres Aigles were the last team to quality for the playoffs, edging the Ottawa Champions for 4th place in the final series of the season. They then shocked the defending champion Rockland Boulders in a five-game series, winning the deciding fifth game 7-2 at Provident Bank Park. Photo above is from a earlier visit to Rockland by the Aigles.

Quebec bats

Les Capitales de Quebec defeated the New Jersey Jackals in the Can-Am League finals for three straight years between 2011 and 2013. The Jackals gained some revenge this year beating Les Capitales 5-4 in the deciding game five of their semifinal series at Le Stade Municipal

The Aigles are champions

The Trois-Rivieres Aigles, in only their second year in the league, won their first Can-Am League championship in a five-game series. For the New Jersey Jackals it was the fifth straight year they have lost in the final series.

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3 Responses to Can-Am ’15: A Season of Images

  1. My son would of love going to this game. He loves seeing what the big boys do. He’s been playing baseball since he was 4. Great pics!


  2. Sabrina Q. says:

    It’s wonderful to see an underdog win. It looks like it was a great game.


  3. I’ve only been to a few baseball games. Sports aren’t for me in many ways, but it’s fun to people watch or listen to conversations in the stands around me. Oddly enough, I’ve read a handful of essays where baseball becomes the springboard for encompassing broader topics and have loved those pieces very much. My grandma was a huge baseball fan though.


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