The minor league baseball season is about to get underway and 2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Chris Hall was expected to take another big step towards a career in the bigs after a successful season north of the border.
C’s Alumni Update – Blue Jays Say Goodbye To Three Former C’s
Mattingly Romanin posted on-base percentages of .426 and .378 in his two seasons with Vancouver. Three players with Vancouver Canadians ties are looking for a new employer. 2016-2017 C's infielder/outfielder Mattingly Romanin and 2016 outfielder Nick Sinay were released by the Toronto Blue Jays this week while 2013 lefthanded pitcher Matt Dermody was designated for … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Blue Jays Say Goodbye To Three Former C’s
C’s Alumni Update – McFarland & Browning Announce Their Retirements
A couple of former Vancouver Canadians pitchers who played a role in their first two Northwest League championships decided to call it a career over the off-season. 2011 righthander Blake McFarland and 2012 righty Wil Browning made the difficult decision to pursue other ventures.
C’s Chat – Kyle Weatherly
The pitch count was high by having to answer way too many questions but Kyle Weatherly gutted it out in a complete-game effort for this edition of C's Chat.
C’s Recap – Pearson, Warmoth, Adams & Vicuna Among 2018 Top 30 Toronto Blue Jays Prospects By Baseball America
Four members of the 2017 Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians earned spots among the top 30 Toronto Blue Jays prospects according to Baseball America.
C’s Chat – Chavez Young
Vancouver Canadians outfielder Chavez Young is the latest player to take his turn at-bat in the latest instalment of C's Chat. Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 39th round of the 2016 draft out of Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici, Georgia, the 6-foot-2 Young decided to turn pro after the Jays gave him a $200,000 signing bonus.
C’s Chat – Zach Logue
The winning pitcher of the Northwest League championship clincher is the guest of honour in the latest chapter of C's Chat. Lefthander Zach Logue was drafted in the ninth round of the 2017 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays after a three-year college career with the Kentucky Wildcats.
C’s Recap – Clemens & Pearson Look Back On 2017, Woodman & Nay Leave The Nest
Vancouver Canadians broadcaster Rob Fai caught up with two key members of the 2017 Northwest League champions back on September 21 during an episode of Canadians Game Day on TSN 1040.