The latest guest to get on base with C’s Chat is 2018 Vancouver Canadians outfielder and current member of the Lansing Lugnuts Hunter Steinmetz.
A lot of notable performances from a number of former Vancouver Canadians during the opening weekend of minor league baseball.
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.
The Vancouver Canadians will have a former Montreal Expo leading the way in 2019. The parent club Toronto Blue Jays announced Thursday that Casey Candaele will be the manager for Monty’s Mounties in 2019.
A total of 40 players suited up for the Vancouver Canadians in 2018. The breakdown saw 19 position players and 21 pitchers take the field for Monty’s Mounties.
This episode of C’s Chat is with 2018 Vancouver Canadians catcher, infielder and outfielder Reilly Johnson.
Cobi Johnson was one of three Vancouver Canadians selected to take part in the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game in 2018. The latest C’s Chat shines the spotlight on 2018 Vancouver Canadians closer and Northwest League All-Star Cobi Johnson. There are quite a few father-son connections throughout the Toronto Blue Jays farm system. There’s Vladimir…
The Vancouver Canadians have company atop the Northwest League’s North Division. The Spokane Indians took the opener of their three-game series 4-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday night.
The Vancouver Canadians started their six-game homestand with a clunker as they fell to the Tri-City Dust Devils 4-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Tuesday night. Vancouver’s lead in the North Division is down to one game as Spokane spanked Everett Tuesday.
Three members of the Vancouver Canadians have been named Northwest League All-Stars. Outfielders Griffin Conine and Tanner Kirwer and righthanded reliever Cobi Johnson will represent the C’s at the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game at Suplizio Field in Grand Junction, Colorado on Tuesday, August 7.
The Vancouver Canadians used a four-run first inning to hold off the Eugene Emeralds 5-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday night. The C’s improved their second-half record to 2-2 with the victory.
The Vancouver Canadians had to settle for a .500 record for the first half of the Northwest League season after a 6-3 setback to the Hillsboro Hops Monday night at Nat Bailey Stadium.