May 20, 2022

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Nothing can stop “Fleurdelisé”

Nothing can stop "Fleurdelisé"

The team continues to be at the top of the Quebec season, signing their seventh consecutive win at Canac Stadium on Sunday, beating Tri-City’s Valleycats 15 to 6.

The winning streak began on August 15 against the Windy City Thunderbolts in the Chicago suburb of Crestword. In this series, “Flurdelis” won six of his seven victories in front of a partisan audience.

“Dangerously, we woke up. It started clicking on Trois-Rivieres‌ and it was six games, our batting performances that allowed us to win. Manager Patrick Sclabrini joined by phone after the recent victory. Then it’s a matter of faith. “

In today’s duel, the host team really stormed into their third round of batting. Before 4-2, the Scalabri men echoed their sticks, collecting another five points on the board, then adding another two innings.

Once again, quibesar David Gloud led his team to the attack, where he once crossed the plate, conceding four points and three hits. Louis-Philippe Pelletier also produced three points and spent a strong night on the plate with four hits, including a home run. He also toured four times in trials.

“I thought it would happen [partie la] More difficult, because it is theoretically their best pitcher. He worked very hard in the office. We hurt him badly. We got ready, Scalabri added. Without saying it was taken from us, we want to send the message. In my opinion I never imagined that the best team in the league would wipe them out. That is [une] The work we did. “

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On the mound, Team Quebec starting pitcher Jared Mortensen allowed five of the opponent’s six runs, including four runs, six hits and two walks. Mortensen also dusted off five opponents.

Playoffs in sight

Quebec Quebec will start home stretch soon with 20 duels left in its regular season.

Thanks to the recent success, the Scholabrini men have approached the Valleycats and the number one Atlantic Division game. Only the first in each division reaches the Frontier League qualifiers. The New York Boulders, third in the division, are two games ahead of the captains.

“Yeah, we believe! The big series I want to see, at home, is to see what we can do, and we’ve wiped them out. Know.

In addition, the next opponents of “Flordelis” for the four-game series, which starts on Monday, are the Boulders.