Vancouver Canadians will get to see more Blue Jays prospects such as Otto Lopez come through Nat Bailey Stadium. Vancouver Canadians co-owner Jake Kerr shared
The first sign the start of the upcoming baseball season moves into scoring position is the annual Vancouver Canadians Hot Stove Luncheon.
Two familiar faces and two new faces will make up the Vancouver Canadians coaching staff in 2020.
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.
2018 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Joey Pulido gets the spotlight in this episode of C’s Chat.
The 5-foot-9 righthander from Clute, Texas pitched in the Lone Star State up until his professional debut this past season.
Canada’s professional baseball teams will be together for four more years. C’s co-owner Jake Kerr announced at the team’s annual luncheon Friday that the Blue Jays will remain affiliated with Vancouver until the end of the 2022 season.