2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Colton Laws is the latest guest to graciously preside over the latest episode of C's Chat. A native of Faith, North Carolina native, Laws was taken by the Toronto Blue Jays in the seventh round of last year's draft out of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.
Travis Bergen made his Nat Bailey Stadium against the Hillsboro Hops June 28, 2015. 2015 to 2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Travis Bergen fills up the strike zone in the latest installment of C's Chat. The 24 year-old lefthander from McDonough, Georgia was a seventh-round selection of the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 out of Kennesaw … Continue reading C’s Chat – Travis Bergen
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.
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
Mattingly Romanin posted on-base percentages of .426 and .378 in his two seasons with Vancouver. Three players with Vancouver Canadians ties are looking for a new employer. 2016-2017 C's infielder/outfielder Mattingly Romanin and 2016 outfielder Nick Sinay were released by the Toronto Blue Jays this week while 2013 lefthanded pitcher Matt Dermody was designated for … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Blue Jays Say Goodbye To Three Former C’s
Vancouver Canadians outfielder Brock Lundquist took a time out from the batting cage to take part in this episode of C's Chat. One could make the argument that if a Northwest League playoff Most Valuable Player was handed out, you could put together a convincing argument it would have gone to Lundquist.
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.