Frontier League


Capitales top Bolts 9-2


QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC- The Windy City ThunderBolts dropped the final game of a three game series against the Quebec Capitales, 9-2 Sunday evening. 


Capitales’ second baseman David Glaude drilled his first home run of the season to right center field in the bottom of the first for a 1-0 Capitales lead.


In the bottom of the third inning, Glaude drove in the second Capitales run with an RBI single to center field after two walks issued by Taylor Sugg for a 2-0 Capitales advantage.


Paul Coumulos hit a sacrifice fly to right field in the top off the fourth inning, driving in Bren Spillane, who was hit by a pitch to lead of the top of the fourth, cutting the Bolts' deficit to 2-1.


Bryan Leef led off the bottom of the fifth inning ripping a solo home run for a 3-1 Capitales lead. After Tyler Blum took a hit by pitch, Glaude hit an infield single for his third hit of the afternoon. Sugg loaded the bases with a walk to shortstop Kyle Crowl. The Capitales (19-19) followed up with a two-run single by T.J. White and then an RBI single by Juremi Profar for a commanding 6-1 lead. Quebec batted around the order in the fifth, scoring four times. 


Windy City catcher Jonathan Waite continued his hot bat, singling in the top of the third inning and going 4-for-11 in the series. Waite blasted three home runs and drove in five runs over the three-game set against Quebec.


The ThunderBolts tacked on a run off an RBI single by Troy Viola, which knocked home Dan Robinson in the top of the seventh inning, denting the deficit to 6-2 Capitales. 


Quebec put any thought of a Windy City sweep to bed notching a two-run home run by Profar in the bottom of the seventh inning, accumulating the Quebec lead to 8-2. Glaude went 4-5 at the plate with three runs batted in.


Windy City (15-24) starting pitcher Taylor Sugg (2-2) took the loss throwing 4.2 innings, surrendering six runs on six hits while walking four and striking out one. 


Quebec starting pitcher Carlos Sano threw seven innings of work allowing four hits and two runs (one earned) while walking and striking out three. 


The ThunderBolts are back in action against the Joliet Slammers Tuesday night as they return to Crestwood to start a six-game home stand. The Bolts will send Garrett Christman (2-2 1.68) to the mound against Joliet's Justin Ferrell (1-2, 4.74). It's Value Tuesday at Ozinga Field with all tickets and hot dogs on sale for just $2. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 CDT and fans not in attendance can find the game broadcast through

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