Brody Rodning did more than just bear up under misfortune in 2017.
C’s Chat – David Jacob
David Jacob played nine games at first base for the C's in 2017. My final interview on the day of August 12 at Nat Bailey Stadium was with Vancouver Canadians first baseman/outfielder David Jacob. It turned out he would play his final game in a C's uniform that night as he was called up to … Continue reading C’s Chat – David Jacob
C’s Alumni Update – Lance Jones Calls It A Career
It's not often a player calls it quits after hitting over .400 during the season but that was the case for outfielder Lance Jones after word of his retirement surfaced in the Northwest League transactions column.
C’s Recap – Hawks Knock Off C’s Again
It may be the most disappointing 4-3 road trip the Vancouver Canadians have ever experienced. After winning the first four games of their road trip that started with two wins in Spokane and two in Boise, the C's dropped their third in a row to the Hawks 13-1 at Boise Memorial Stadium Monday night.
C’s Recap – Reggie Pruitt Looking To Prove He Can Do It In The Northwest League
Reggie Pruitt hopes he will have a lot to smile about with the Vancouver Canadians in 2017. Reggie Pruitt is impressed with the city of Vancouver and if Opening Night is any indication, the baseball fans in the city will be impressed with him too. The 20 year-old outfielder drove in the first two runs … Continue reading C’s Recap – Reggie Pruitt Looking To Prove He Can Do It In The Northwest League
C’s Recap – Owen Spiwak One Of Three Canadians On The Canadians
Owen Spiwak has been assigned #9 for the Vancouver Canadians in 2017. One of the three Canadians on the C's 2017 Opening Day roster is just days away from playing his first professional game in Canada. Mississauga, Ontario native Owen Spiwak made it as far as the on-deck circle in his first game at Nat … Continue reading C’s Recap – Owen Spiwak One Of Three Canadians On The Canadians
C’s Alumni Update – Kelly, Panas & Case Save The Day For Dunedin
Two big swings from a pair of 2015 Vancouver Canadians gave the Dunedin Blue Jays a come-from-behind victory Thursday.
C’s Alumni Update – Smoral & Anderson No Longer In Blue Jays Nest
Here is the final chapter of 2016 Vancouver Canadians that are no longer in the Toronto Blue Jays system.