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The Winnipeg Goldeyes jumped on the Quebec Capitales early to even their record on their 10-game Can-Am League road trip. Josh Mazzola drove in five runs to lead the Goldeyes (20-12) past the Capitales 11-5 Friday night at Le Stade Municipal in Quebec City. The win moves the Goldeyes back into a first place tie with the St. Paul Saints in the American Associations North Division and improves Winnipegs record to 2-2 on the road trip. The Goldeyes started the scoring in the top of the second inning, as Mazzola singled in Ray Sadler. Reggie Abercrombie followed Mazzola with two-run home run. After Quebec tied the game in the bottom of the second, Winnipeg regained its lead in the top of the fourth. Ryan Pineda singled in Casey Haerther and Jake Blackwood cracked a double to score Pineda. The damage came with two out. Winnipeg really blew things open an inning later. Sadler and Donnie Webb reached base to begin the top of the fifth inning and Mazzola brought them home with a three-run home run. "(Mazzola) has a lot of pop," Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea said on the Jewel 101 post-game show. "Home runs havent been coming to him early the season, but hopefully this gets him going." Three batters later, Pineda hit a two-run shot to give the Goldeyes an insurmountable 10-3 lead. "He had a good night at the plate," Vermilyea said of Pineda. "Its good to get that out of your nine-hole hitter. Any time you have a guy hitting at that spot of your order put the ball out of the park, its a good thing." Following Pinedas home run, Quebec starting pitcher Leondy Perez intentionally hit Tyler Kuhn with a pitch and was ejected from the game. Quebec scratched across single runs in the bottom of the fifth and seventh innings, but Winnipegs massive lead was too much. Sadler scored on a sac fly in the top of the ninth inning to complete the scoring. Aside from Mazzolas five RBI night, Pineda went three-for-four with three RBI and five Goldeyes had multi-hit nights.Goldeyes starter Kyle Anderson gave up four runs – three of which were earned – in 6 1/3 innings to get the win."I know the number line doesnt look all that great, but he pitched well," Vermilyea said. "He just had a couple situations where he left a couple pitches up." Perez was on the hook for 10 runs, all earned, in 4 1/3 innings and took the loss. The Goldeyes can win the series tomorrow night in Quebec. Coverage on Jewel 101 (100.7 FM) begins with Around the Association at 4 p.m., followed by the pre-game show at 4:30 p.m. and first pitch at 5:05 p.m. Rashan Gary Youth Jersey . Rosbergs time of 1 minute, 33.185 seconds at the Bahrain International Circuit was a quarter of a second faster than Hamilton, who had to abandon his final flying lap after running wide at the first corner. Elgton Jenkins Packers Jersey . 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