C’s Recap – The Most Likely No-Shows At The Nat In 2019

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.

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C’s Recap – C’s Tweets April 20-30, 2018

Here is a collection of C’s Tweets for the latter half of April about the Vancouver Canadians baseball club made by former players, broadcasters, media personalties and bloggers. Among the tweets were reactions to the van attack in Toronto, video interviews, highlights and other noteworthy observations. April 20 Jay Blue: Case, Clemens, Guerrero Jr., Pompey,…

C’s Chat – Matt Morgan

2017 Vancouver Canadians catcher Matt Morgan is the latest guest to catch everything thrown his way in the latest edition of C’s Chat. The 22 year-old backstop is getting his first extended exposure of full-season baseball with the Lansing Lugnuts in 2018.

C’s Chat – Reggie Pruitt

The man who scored the winning run in the clinching game of the Northwest League final stops by in this instalment of C’s Chat. I had the chance to speak with Vancouver Canadians center fielder Reggie Pruitt before the season started at the team’s Media Day and the 20 year-old from Kennesaw, Georgia graciously donated his time to chat with me once again to look back on 2017.

C’s Recap – Biagini & Beeston In Van City

Joe Biagini pitching for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes at Nat Bailey Stadium in 2012. The Vancouver Canadians held its annual hot stove luncheon a few days ago. Special guests were Toronto Blue Jays reliever Joe Biagini and president emeritus Paul Beeston. During an interview with broadcaster Rob Fai,  Biagini was asked to reflect on his brief time…

C’s Recap – Emeralds Embarrass C’s

After a disappointing 3-5 road trip in Boise and Spokane, the Vancouver Canadians ended the first half of the Northwest League season with a resounding thud, getting swept by the Chicago Cub affiliate Eugene Emeralds in five straight games at Nat Bailey Stadium. For Vancouver, this was the baseball version of the Saw horror movies….