Baseball returns to Stade Canac
Back to Quebecistan
If more Quebec players from Team Quebec were finally at home, it would be the same for New York Boulders manager TJ Stanton, who still lives in Shawinigan with his wife. He also took the trip by car, just to be able to move around a bit and extend his stay until Monday instead of returning to the United States on Sunday night.
“I’m back in Quebecistan! And you can write whatever you want … In the New York area you do not have to wear a mask, I do not have one in my possession. It’s fun to be able to come back, even if it was complicated. The government will work for us, he said before the match.
He was particularly furious at being deprived of seven players, not all of whom met the standards for entering Canada.
“Some had not yet received their second dose of the vaccine, others had it, but only recently. We are here with 18 players, we will see what happens. It is not ideal to deprive yourself of players while others are subsequent injuries,” Added the former manager of Aigles de Trois-Rivières and the pitching instructor of Capitales.
Shortly after, the crowd applauded team president Michel Laplante for all the efforts since the pandemic began to offer him baseball, the mayor of Quebec climbed the mound to carry out the minutes, a catch obvious, followed by the starter of the day, Karl Gélinas, who had a first run 1 -2-3. Two years later, professional baseball is finally back.