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
2017 Vancouver Canadians catcher Matt Morgan is the latest guest to catch everything thrown his way in the latest edition of C’s Chat. The 22 year-old backstop is getting his first extended exposure of full-season baseball with the Lansing Lugnuts in 2018.
The first word that comes to mind when describing the delivery of 2017 Vancouver Canadians lefthander Jake Fishman is funky.
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.
Nate Pearson will need to stay hydrated in 2018 as he will be pitching in Dunedin to begin the season. The three 2017 Vancouver Canadians
Two members of the 2015 Vancouver Canadians have decided to pursue other ventures. Third baseman Carl Wise and righthander pitcher Ryan Cook reached the end of the road in their respective baseball careers by deciding to retire over the off-season.
Mattingly Romanin posted on-base percentages of .426 and .378 in his two seasons with Vancouver. Three players with Vancouver Canadians ties are looking for a
A couple of former Vancouver Canadians pitchers who played a role in their first two Northwest League championships decided to call it a career over the off-season. 2011 righthander Blake McFarland and 2012 righty Wil Browning made the difficult decision to pursue other ventures.
Brody Rodning did more than just bear up under misfortune in 2017.
Vancouver Canadians broadcaster Rob Fai caught up with two key members of the 2017 Northwest League champions back on September 21 during an episode of Canadians Game Day on TSN 1040.