Three members of the Vancouver Canadians have been named Northwest League All-Stars. Outfielders Griffin Conine and Tanner Kirwer and righthanded reliever Cobi Johnson will represent the C’s at the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game at Suplizio Field in Grand Junction, Colorado on Tuesday, August 7.
The 2018 Vancouver Canadians did something the 2017 edition could not do – defeat the Hillsboro Hops at Nat Bailey Stadium. The C’s blanked the Hops 5-0 Thursday night after getting swept at home in a five-game set last season.
2017-2018 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Marcus Reyes makes his mark in the latest episode of C’s Chat.
Vancouver Canadians manager Dallas McPherson spoke to the assembled media during the team’s annual Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium.
The former Anaheim Angels, Florida Marlins and Chicago White Sox third baseman outlined what the 2018 C’s need to be do to be successful.
The 2018 season for the Vancouver Canadians is just days away and the unofficial start is marked with the team’s annual Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium. Manager Rich Miller held court with the media that day to talk about the upcoming season. He said the late start to the draft would mean a fair bit of roster changes to begin the year.
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.
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.
The minor league baseball season is about to get underway and 2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Chris Hall was expected to take another big step towards a career in the bigs after a successful season north of the border.
Climbing the hill in this edition of C’s Chat is Vancouver Canadians pitcher Donnie Sellers. Born Rodney Donnell Sellers in High Point, North Carolina, the 6-foot-1 right-hander was an 11th round pick of the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2017 MLB draft out of Wake Forest.
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.
It was a busy year on the transactions front as a total of 51 players wore the uniform of the Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians over the course of the 2017 season.
This episode of C’s Chat features the second player from the Quincy Hawks to wear the Vancouver Canadians uniform in 2017, righthanded pitcher Graham Spraker.
“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.
Brayden Bouchey made his Nat Bailey Stadium debut with one-third of a scoreless frame to finish off a 7-1 victory over the Everett AquaSox June
The Vancouver Canadians are just one win away from clinching the Northwest League championship as they held off the Eugene Emeralds 2-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Monday night.
Nate Pearson has just turned 21 years old and the future is pretty bright for the 28th overall pick of the 2017 draft.