There were 48 former Vancouver Canadians who saw spring training action in 2020.
The 2017 Vancouver Canadians got to relive the joy of winning the Northwest League championship all over again this spring. The players were presented with their championship rings late last month in Dunedin as part of a ring ceremony that also honoured the Florida State League co-champion Dunedin Blue Jays.
Toronto Blue Jays director of player development Gil Kim spoke highly of three players from the 2012 Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians.
Jason Leblebijian is the Buffalo Bisons’ leading slugger over the first 10 games of the season. The Buffalo Bisons are off to a good start
Ryan McBroom and Rowdy Tellez – seen in the dugout before the 2014 Northwest League playoffs – will man first base for New Hampshire and
Rowdy Tellez homered for the first time this spring at Olympic Stadium in Montreal Saturday. There were plenty of former Vancouver Canadians who stood out
Despite the efforts of two former Vancouver Canadians pitchers, the Toronto Blue Jays could not mount a comeback in their spring finale in Dunedin.
With Spring Training drawing to a close in Dunedin, two more players with Vancouver Canadians ties saw their first game action with the Toronto Blue Jays over the weekend.
With two weeks left to go until Opening Day, quite a few former Vancouver Canadians are continuing to make their presence felt in Dunedin with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Richard Urena, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and Bo Bichette are receiving top billing as the Toronto Blue Jays best middle infield prospects these days but Christian Lopes could enter the picture sooner than you think.