The Toronto Blue Jays have named former major league outfielder Donnie Murphy as the manager of the Vancouver Canadians for 2021.
The Vancouver Canadians were done in again by the lone Canadian hitter on the Hillsboro Hops roster—North York, Ontario native Andy Yerzy.
They are separated by one level and about 10 miles per hour on their fastballs but former Vancouver Canadians pitchers Nate Pearson and Joey Murray dominated in their next-level debuts Tuesday.
A 2017 Vancouver Canadian known more for his speed showed some power instead for the Lansing Lugnuts Tuesday.
A lot of notable performances from a number of former Vancouver Canadians during the opening weekend of minor league baseball.
Former Vancouver Canadians Cavan Biggio, Nate Pearson and Josh Winckowski turned in stellar performances on Opening Day in the minors.
A clearer picture of who will not be in a Vancouver Canadians uniform in 2019 has emerged. The Lansing Lugnuts—the team just above the C’s in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league food chain—revealed its roster for the upcoming season.
Two members of the 2018 Vancouver Canadians have earned a spot among the Toronto Blue Jays Top 30 Prospects for 2019 according to Baseball America. In its latest edition of the Prospects Handbook, BA rated C’s outfielder Griffin Conine 15th overall and placed righthander Sean Wymer 27th.
A total of 40 players suited up for the Vancouver Canadians in 2018. The breakdown saw 19 position players and 21 pitchers take the field for Monty’s Mounties.
2018 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Josh Winckowski is the latest to take the ball on this edition of C’s Chat.
The 6-foot-3 righthander from Fort Myers, Florida is expected to emerge as one of the Toronto Blue Jays top prospects on the mound in 2019 after enjoying a banner 2018.
Failure is no longer an option if the Vancouver Canadians want to make the 2018 Northwest League playoffs. The Spokane Indians blanked the C’s 6-0 at Avista Stadium Saturday night to move one game ahead for first place in the North Division.
The final regular season home game of 2018 for the Vancouver Canadians was nothing short of a disaster. The C’s disappointed the sold-out crowd of 6,413 as they were pounded by the Everett AquaSox 9-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians picked up a much-needed victory to maintain their hold on first place in the North Division. The C’s downed the Boise Hawks 2-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon to improve to 17-12 in the second half.
It was a playoff atmosphere at Nat Bailey Stadium and the Vancouver Canadians took an important step to getting back to the postseason in 2018 by upending the Spokane Indians 4-0 at Nat Bailey Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians will have a rubber match with the Spokane Indians to decide the biggest series of the season to date.
The Vancouver Canadians prevailed for the third time in extra innings with a 3-1 triumph in 10 innings over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes at Volcanoes Stadium Monday night.