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.
Playoff baseball will be returning to Nat Bailey Stadium in 2017 as the Vancouver Canadians captured the first-half North Division title with a 7-6 victory against the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes at Volcanoes Stadium Saturday night.
he Vancouver Canadians got back in the win column for the first time in six days as they began an eight-game road trip with an 8-3 victory over the Salem Keizer Volcanoes at Volcanoes Stadium Thursday night.
The Vancouver Canadians were outclassed again as the Hillsboro Hops completed a five-game sweep with a 6-0 victory in the series finale at Nat Bailey Stadium Wednesday afternoon.
Reggie Pruitt had two hits and two stolen bases against Hillsboro Sunday. The Vancouver Canadians combined a lack of clutch hitting with poor baserunning and
The Hillsboro Hops scored four times and made four errors but it was enough to give them the opening game of this five-game set as they prevailed over the Vancouver Canadians 4-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Saturday.
It was shaping up to be the most crushing loss of the season for the Vancouver Canadians but they earned their most exhilarating victory instead as the C’s knocked off the Spokane Indians 4-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon.
David Jacob rounds the bases after hitting a grand slam Wednesday. The Vancouver Canadians lost to the Spokane Indians for the first time this season
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.
The Vancouver Canadians had to put in some overtime to win their sixth consecutive game as they needed 10 innings to down the Boise Hawks 7-3 at Boise Memorial Stadium Friday night.