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.
2017 Vancouver Canadians righthander Justin Dillon is on the bump for the latest instalment of C's Chat. The 6-foot-3 hurler first drew the attention of scouts after a successful high school career at El Dorado High School in his hometown of Placerville, California.
Logan Warmoth delivered two game-winning hits in the playoffs to help the Vancouver Canadians win the Northwest League championship in 2017. 2017 Vancouver Canadians shortstop Logan Warmoth is the latest player to take a couple of practice swings and step into the batter's box in this episode of C's Chat. The Vancouver Canadians came up … Continue reading C’s Chat – Logan Warmoth
Nate Pearson will need to stay hydrated in 2018 as he will be pitching in Dunedin to begin the season. The three 2017 Vancouver Canadians rated among the Top 20 prospects in the Toronto Blue Jays system by Baseball America will be together again. The trio of righthander Nate Pearson, shortstop Logan Warmoth and catcher … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Pearson, Warmoth & Adams To Begin 2018 In Dunedin
Two members of the 2015 Vancouver Canadians have decided to pursue other ventures. Third baseman Carl Wise and righthander pitcher Ryan Cook reached the end of the road in their respective baseball careers by deciding to retire over the off-season.
A couple of former Vancouver Canadians pitchers who played a role in their first two Northwest League championships decided to call it a career over the off-season. 2011 righthander Blake McFarland and 2012 righty Wil Browning made the difficult decision to pursue other ventures.
"I might take you down, but I'll never let you down." — theme from Shaft 2000. William Ouellette (pronounced 'ooh-LET') had plenty of takedowns as closer of the Vancouver Canadians and he never let his team down when he was summoned from the bullpen.
The Toronto Blue Jays have sent seven players to the Arizona Fall League, six of them having worn a Vancouver Canadians uniform at one point.