The Vancouver Canadians saw their first-half playoff chances take a hit as the North Division-leading Everett AquaSox defeated the C's 4-3 at Everett Memorial Stadium Wednesday night.
The Vancouver Canadians had to settle for just three out of five against the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes who pulled out a 5-4 victory over the C's at Nat Bailey Stadium Tuesday night.
The Vancouver Canadians will have to wait until next week for their first home victory of 2018. The Everett AquaSox completed a three-game sweep of the C's with a 4-2 win at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians tried to rally from a 5-0 deficit but the Everett AquaSox prevailed with a 5-4 win to spoil the C's home opener at Nat Bailey Stadium.
The Vancouver Canadians head home in a four-way tie for first place in the Northwest League North Division. The C's salvaged the final game of their five-game set against the Eugene Emeralds with a 4-1 victory at P.K. Park Tuesday. The victory improves Vancouver's record to 2-3.
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.
There will be a new man of the helm of the Vancouver Canadians in 2018. Former Anaheim Angels, Florida Marlins and Chicago White Sox corner infielder Dallas McPherson was named the C's new manager Wednesday.