There were 48 former Vancouver Canadians who saw spring training action in 2020.
The Vancouver Canadians had a rough day at the office in their home opener as they were spanked by the Spokane Indians 9-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Quite a few notable performances were turned in by former Vancouver Canadians in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system over the first five days in May.
The Buffalo Bisons got a second straight strong performance on the mound from a former Vancouver Canadian in his International League debut.
The closer of the 2017 Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians took advantage of an opportunity to impress the Toronto Blue Jays brass Monday.
A 2017 Vancouver Canadian known more for his speed showed some power instead for the Lansing Lugnuts Tuesday.
The Lansing Lugnuts got a strong start and finish from a pair of 2018 Vancouver Canadians Monday.
A lot of notable performances from a number of former Vancouver Canadians during the opening weekend of minor league baseball.
Former Vancouver Canadians Cavan Biggio, Nate Pearson and Josh Winckowski turned in stellar performances on Opening Day in the minors.
A clearer picture of who will not be in a Vancouver Canadians uniform in 2019 has emerged. The Lansing Lugnuts—the team just above the C’s in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league food chain—revealed its roster for the upcoming season.
A total of 44 former Vancouver Canadians saw action during the 2019 edition of spring training for the Toronto Blue Jays. The breakdown features 31 position players and 13 pitchers seeing action during the Grapefruit League season.
Two members of the 2018 Vancouver Canadians have earned a spot among the Toronto Blue Jays Top 30 Prospects for 2019 according to Baseball America. In its latest edition of the Prospects Handbook, BA rated C’s outfielder Griffin Conine 15th overall and placed righthander Sean Wymer 27th.
The Vancouver Canadians recently held its 9th Annual Hot Stove Luncheon in support of the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation. The special guests were former Toronto Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston, current general manager Ross Atkins and president emeritus Paul Beeston.
The latest player to check in on C’s Chat is 2018 Vancouver Canadians second baseman Nick Podkul.
Hailing from Munster, Indiana, the 6-foot-1 Podkul did his fare share of mashing before his arrival in professional baseball.
The Vancouver Canadians will be seeing a lot more of the Everett AquaSox and their other North Division rivals in 2019.
Josh Palacios was one of the many former Vancouver Canadians who helped the New Hampshire Fisher Cats win the Eastern League championship in 2018. The