The Vancouver Canadians had opportunities to win their five-game series in Boise but another bullpen meltdown saw them lose the rubber match 6-2 to the Hawks at Boise Memorial Stadium Sunday.
The Vancouver Canadians did not let this one slip away in Idaho. They held off the Boise Hawks 9-8 at Boise Memorial Stadium Saturday.
The Vancouver Canadians responded to their most crushing loss of the season with a resounding victory as they downed the Boise Hawks 7-1 at Boise Memorial Stadium Thursday.
The Vancouver Canadians snatched defeat from the jaws of victory as they fell to the Boise Hawks 6-5 at Boise Memorial Stadium Wednesday night. They were victimized by a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth.
It wasn’t enough for the Oakland Athletics to sweep a four-game set over the Toronto Blue Jays over the Victoria Day weekend, they also claimed righthanded pitcher and 2012 Vancouver Canadian Carlos Ramirez off waivers.
It may be the most disappointing 4-3 road trip the Vancouver Canadians have ever experienced. After winning the first four games of their road trip that started with two wins in Spokane and two in Boise, the C’s dropped their third in a row to the Hawks 13-1 at Boise Memorial Stadium Monday night.
Riley Adams had two hits and an RBI in a losing cause Sunday in Boise. The Vancouver Canadians and Boise Hawks will have a rubber
The Vancouver Canadians had to put in some overtime to win their sixth consecutive game as they needed 10 innings to down the Boise Hawks 7-3 at Boise Memorial Stadium Friday night.
The Vancouver Canadians followed a similar script by scoring early and leaning on their pitching to carry the rest of the load as they upended the Boise Hawks 4-1 at Boise Memorial Stadium Thursday night.
It’s my firm belief the Vancouver Canadians would never have repeated as Northwest League Champions in 2012 without Art Charles.