The Vancouver Canadians and the Eugene Emeralds were to open their seasons tonight at Nat Bailey Stadium for a 7:05 pm first pitch.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats were down to their last strike but three former Vancouver Canadians teamed up to save the day.
The Lansing Lugnuts got a strong start and finish from a pair of 2018 Vancouver Canadians Monday.
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.
A total of 44 former Vancouver Canadians saw action during the 2019 edition of spring training for the Toronto Blue Jays. The breakdown features 31 position players and 13 pitchers seeing action during the Grapefruit League season.
Cobi Johnson was one of three Vancouver Canadians selected to take part in the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game in 2018. The latest C’s Chat
The latest guest on C’s Chat is returning Vancouver Canadians outfielder Brandon Polizzi. The 22 year-old from Bellflower, California took time out to participate in his second C’s Chat during the team’s Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium.
2017 Vancouver Canadians and 2018 Lansing Lugnuts pitcher Matt Shannon is the man of the moment in this episode of C’s Chat.
2017 Vancouver Canadians first baseman Kacy Clemens is the latest guest to play pepper in this edition of C’s Chat. The son of Roger Clemens earned his first mid-season promotion as a pro when he was called up to join the Dunedin Blue Jays from the Lansing Lugnuts May 7.
Here’s the latest edition of C’s Tweets about the Vancouver Canadians from players, team officials, broadcasters, bloggers and other persons of interest in the month of May so far.
Here is a collection of C’s Tweets for the latter half of April about the Vancouver Canadians baseball club made by former players, broadcasters, media
The Toronto Blue Jays’ fifth-round pick of the 2017 draft is the latest player to stop by in this edition of C’s Chat. Second baseman Cullen Large was taken by Toronto after playing at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where he hit .323 over his three-year career in his home state.
Vancouver Canadians outfielder Chavez Young is the latest player to take his turn at-bat in the latest instalment of C’s Chat.
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 39th round of the 2016 draft out of Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici, Georgia, the 6-foot-2 Young decided to turn pro after the Jays gave him a $200,000 signing bonus.
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.