The Journal Saint-François | Two Valleyfield baseball players at the Canada Games

CBA U-17 infielder Marek Lalonde has been retained on the Team Quebec roster. (Photo – courtesy)

Baseball players Marek Lalonde and Jérémy Pilon will defend the colors of Quebec at the Canada Games to be played in Niagara next August.

The first evolves in the infield, in particular at the shortstop position, while the second is used as a pitcher.

Before flying to Ontario, the two athletes will don the Baseball Academy of Canada (ABC) U-17 jerseys. They begin their season on Saturday against the Drummondville Orioles of the Quebec Major League Baseball.

Then on June 29, they left for Florida and then Georgia for tournaments and showcases.

Note that other players from Lac Saint-Louis are part of the team, namely Rémi Lemay from Sainte-Martine and Jacob Wallace from Pincourt.

Jérémy Pilon will be one of the gunners who will defend the colors of Quebec at the Canada Games in August. (Photo – courtesy)

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