The Vancouver Canadians saw their slim playoff hopes get slimmer.
Home field continues to be an advantage in the season series between the Vancouver Canadians and Tri-City Dust Devils.
The Vancouver Canadians are running out of gas on their current road trip.
The law of averages say it had to happen sometime but that is no comfort to the Vancouver Canadians.
David Jacob hit his team-leading fourth home run of the year and reached base five times Thursday. The Vancouver Canadians won their second straight series
The Vancouver Canadians got their measure of revenge against Henry Henry as they defeated the Tri-City Dust Devils 6-2 at Nat Bailey Stadium Wednesday.
The Vancouver Canadians began an eight-game homestand on a losing note as they lost 3-0 to the Tri-City Dust Devils at Nat Bailey Stadium Tuesday night.
The Vancouver Canadians were unable to complete a three-game sweep of the Tri-City Dust Devils as they lost 7-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians were trying to blow out the Tri-City Dust Devils but had to hang on for a third one-run victory instead, pulling out a 5-4 win at Nat Bailey Stadium Saturday night.
The Vancouver Canadians were able to hang in long enough as they got back in the win column, defeating the Tri-City Dust Devils 2-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday night.
The Tri-City Dust Devils turned the tables on the Vancouver Canadians in the second game of their three-game set. After being shutout Tuesday night, the Dust Devils blanked the C’s 5-0 at Gesa Stadium Wednesday evening.
The Vancouver Canadians and the Tri-City Dust Devils finally met for the first time in 2017 and the C’s took round one with a 2-0 victory at Gesa Stadium in Pasco, Washington Tuesday night.