Andy Ravel was drafted by Arizona in 2013 but opted to sign with Toronto in 2016. Rhymes with travel—that's how you pronounce the last name of Andy Ravel, whose travels have taken him to the Lansing Lugnuts this year. That's where the 2016 Vancouver Canadians righthander is trying to unravel the mystery of pitching consistently … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Ravel Looking To Dazzle With Lansing
Zach Jackson was at the head of the class in high school and he's looking to get there again in his journey to the majors.
Nash Knight and the Dark Knight have something in common - both have a lot of tools in their tool belts.
Conventional baseball wisdom suggests that hitting for power is the last tool to develop and 2016 Vancouver Canadians first baseman Christian Williams hopes it will happen for him sooner rather than later.
Righthander Denis Diaz is currently in Lansing for his first year of full-season ball. Denis Diaz remains a work in progress in his fifth season with the Toronto Blue Jays organization but the team still believes in his right arm. Despite a career record of 12-14 and an earned run average just over five, the … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Denis Diaz Looking For Buenos Dias With The Lugnuts
Griffin Glaude has had to show the heart of a lion and a lot of fight to get to where he is today in baseball.
Four members of the Lansing Lugnuts are going to the Midwest League All-Star Game, two of them from the 2016 Vancouver Canadians.
The stage is set for Nick Hartman to take on a bigger role in the Lansing Lugnuts bullpen.