The Vancouver Canadians dropped the rubber match of their season opening series of 2019.
The highest drafted pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2018 is getting ready to make his Vancouver Canadians debut Friday. Adam Kloffenstein—the Jays third round pick from last year—will throw the first pitch of the C’s home opener against the Spokane Indians at Nat Bailey Stadium.
The 2019 Vancouver Canadians Media Day was held at Nat Bailey Stadium Tuesday. It felt like Christmas in June as the initial roster for the C’s was revealed.
The Vancouver Canadians will be seeing a lot more of the Everett AquaSox and their other North Division rivals in 2019.
The final regular season home game of 2018 for the Vancouver Canadians was nothing short of a disaster. The C’s disappointed the sold-out crowd of 6,413 as they were pounded by the Everett AquaSox 9-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon.
The Vancouver Canadians gave back the ground they gained the night before in the North Division race after an 8-1 setback to the Everett AquaSox at Nat Bailey Stadium Thursday.
Everett’s defence and bullpen sprang a leak and the Vancouver Canadians took full advantage as they annihilated the AquaSox 10-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Wednesday night.
The Vancouver Canadians won the five-game series but had to settle for a split of the 10-game season set with the Boise Hawks. The C’s dropped a 2-0 decision to the Birds at Nat Bailey Stadium Monday night.
The Vancouver Canadians came up with enough timely hitting, pitching and defence as they downed the Boise Hawks 4-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Saturday night.
The Vancouver Canadians picked up a much-needed victory to maintain their hold on first place in the North Division. The C’s downed the Boise Hawks 2-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday afternoon to improve to 17-12 in the second half.
The Vancouver Canadians lost on two fronts Thursday night. They not only suffered a 3-2 loss at the hands of the Boise Hawks at Nat Bailey Stadium but also saw their lead in the North Division shrink to a single game.
It was a playoff atmosphere at Nat Bailey Stadium and the Vancouver Canadians took an important step to getting back to the postseason in 2018 by upending the Spokane Indians 4-0 at Nat Bailey Stadium Sunday afternoon.