The Vancouver Canadians did not have to watch Spokane celebrate another division title victory at Avista Stadium.
The 2018 season for the Vancouver Canadians is just days away and the unofficial start is marked with the team’s annual Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium. Manager Rich Miller held court with the media that day to talk about the upcoming season. He said the late start to the draft would mean a fair bit of roster changes to begin the year.
A couple of 2014 Vancouver Canadians were back together again briefly. 2013-2014 C’s left-hander Jairo Labourt and shortstop Franklin Barreto were reunited when the Oakland Athletics claimed Labourt earlier this spring but Labourt returned to the Detroit Tigers on a minor league deal.
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
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.
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.
Lightning has struck twice for the Vancouver Canadians in its 2018 schedule.
Logan Warmoth was the highest-rated shortstop among Northwest League prospects according to Baseball America. Four members of the 2017 Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians were
The Vancouver Canadians are just one win away from clinching the Northwest League championship as they held off the Eugene Emeralds 2-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Monday night.
The Vancouver Canadians began the first of six games against the Everett AquaSox on the right foot with a 5-3 victory at Nat Bailey Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians made sure the Spokane Indians would not celebrate a walk-off win or a victory of any kind as the C’s stuck it to the home side in their series finale by a score of 10-1 at Avista Stadium Saturday.
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.
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.
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.
The Vancouver Canadians scraped together just enough offence to support the pitching as they completed a two-game sweep of the Spokane Indians with a 3-2 victory at Avista Stadium Wednesday night.
Avista Stadium in Spokane, Washington. Image courtesy of @VanCanadians. A Matt Morgan RBI single in the second combined with seven shutout innings from Dalton Rodriguez helped the