Municipal Stadium, home of the Québec Capitales (Independent Professional, Can-Am League), will now be known as CANAC Stadium, as part of a 10-year agreement between the stadium’s operator CBV and the hardware chain. Read more here. Click here for an online translator.
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PRESS RELEASE – As part of the Can-Am League’s preseason exhibition schedule, the Quebec Capitales and Trois-Rivieres Aigles will meet in the first-ever Quebec Baseball Classic on Saturday, May 11 at Montreal’s Ahuntsic Park at 7:30 p.m. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Quebec Capitales have unveiled logos commemorating the franchise’s 15th anniversary, as well as the 75th anniversary of the club’s ballpark, Stade de Quebec. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – American Association and Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff will be inducted into the province of Quebec’s Baseball Hall of Fame during the Baseball Quebec annual meetings in Quebec City on Saturday, November 3. Continue reading
We spoke too soon on Sunday. It looks like Can-Am League/American Association chief Miles Wolff is interested in developing a new Canadian baseball circuit that would include inter-league play with the Can-Am League. Montreal would apparently be the foundation market to make this happen, if a proposed new 5,000 to 7,000-seat ballpark comes to fruition. Wolff reportedly Continue reading
Indy pro guru and Commissioner of the Can-Am League and American Association Miles Wolff has finally sold his interest in the long-time successful Quebec (QC) Capitales to a local group led by Le Groupe Vertdure President John Tremblay. Read more here and here. Use online French to English translation tool here.
The two exhibition games played by the Can-Am League’s Brockton Rox and Quebec Capitales at the revived former Triple-A stadium for the Maine Guides in Old Orchard Beach (ME) were poorly attended. Reports are that the attendance for both games was around 200 fans each night. As pondered by Chris Carminucci Continue reading
The Can-Am League’s Brockton Rox and Quebec Capitales closed out their two game exhibition series a The Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach (ME) with a 6-1 win for the Rox on Sunday. Before the game, former MLB pitcher Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd put on a pitching clinic. View “Oil Can” news clip here.
The Can-Am League’s Quebec Capitales defeated the Brockton Rox last night in an exhibition game played at The Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach (ME). It was the first professional baseball game played at the park since the former Triple-A home of the Maine Guides was saved and revived by community volunteers. The teams face off for second game tonight, but Continue reading
The Can-Am League’s Brockton Rox announced yesterday that the team will play a two game exhibition series at The Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach (ME) against the Quebec Capitales on May 22 and 23. As you know, the former home of the Triple-A Maine Guides was saved from the wrecking ball and revived by a determined group of community volunteers. Sweet vindication for their efforts? We think so. Continue reading