C’s Recap – World Series Edition

C's RecapThe Houston Astros ended the season like the Vancouver Canadians did—as champions! The Astros won their first-ever World Series title by outlasting the Los Angeles Dodgers in seven games.

Even though Game 7 was not exactly a thriller, a number of Vancouver Canadians players—past and present—took to Twitter to voice their opinions on what was still a classic Fall Classic.



brandon_polizzi_tweet_season_over Only 147 more days until Opening Day 2018 and 225 days until the Northwest League season opener.


C's NotesThere is still some baseball to follow with major league prospects playing in the Arizona Fall League. A couple of former C’s will be taking part in the AFL Fall Stars Game. 2014 catcher Max Pentecost and 2016 righthander T.J. Zeuch will represent the Toronto Blue Jays at the Saturday, November 4 contest at Salt River Fields.

Pentecost has hit just .216 in 37 at-bats for Peoria but does have a home run, a double and four runs batted in. Zeuch has a microscopic 0.64 earned run average over 14 innings with a 11-4 strikeout-walk total and a 0.79 WHIP.

2014 C’s outfielder Jonathan Davis is slashing .283/.377/.348 with three doubles and three stolen bases for the Javelinas. 2014-2015 C’s hurler Andrew Case has seven shutout innings to his credit with just four hits allowed and a 4-0 K/BB total.

2015-2016 righty Jackson McClelland has a 9.00 ERA over six innings while 2015 lefty Danny Young has an ERA of 18.00 over five innings.

Here are some other Tweets of interest over the latter half of October.



About Niall O'Donohoe

My name is Niall O’Donohoe and I am an avid follower of baseball, specifically Canada’s Teams – the Toronto Blue Jays and their affiliate, the Vancouver Canadians. My blog beginnings began in 2007 with Batter’s Box, where I’m still allowed to write stories, summaries and photos about the Blue Jays minor league system under the alias #2JBrumfield. The blog formerly known as Niall On Baseball, C’s Plus Baseball follows the C’s from behind the lens at Nat Bailey Stadium. The reason for the name change was to reflect the main purpose of this blog, which is to deliver plus coverage of the C’s through photos and observations of the players striving to make it to the major leagues, be it with Toronto or one of the other 29 MLB teams. From time to time, I do make it to other baseball games outside of The Nat and will post about them here as well. If you like what you see here, please spread the word about CsPlusBaseball.ca by tweeting about this website or using your favourite social media platform about this website that pledges to deliver awesome content about Canada’s only affiliated professional minor league baseball club. Thanks for visiting!
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