The latest guest on C’s Chat is returning Vancouver Canadians outfielder Brandon Polizzi. The 22 year-old from Bellflower, California took time out to participate in his second C’s Chat during the team’s Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium.
2017 Vancouver Canadians and 2018 Lansing Lugnuts pitcher Matt Shannon is the man of the moment in this episode of C’s Chat.
Travis Bergen made his Nat Bailey Stadium against the Hillsboro Hops June 28, 2015. 2015 to 2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Travis Bergen fills up the
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.
2017 Vancouver Canadians righthander Justin Dillon is on the bump for the latest instalment of C’s Chat.
The 6-foot-3 hurler first drew the attention of scouts after a successful high school career at El Dorado High School in his hometown of Placerville, California.
Logan Warmoth delivered two game-winning hits in the playoffs to help the Vancouver Canadians win the Northwest League championship in 2017. 2017 Vancouver Canadians shortstop
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.
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
Vancouver Canadians outfielder Brock Lundquist took a time out from the batting cage to take part in this episode of C’s Chat. One could make the argument that if a Northwest League playoff Most Valuable Player was handed out, you could put together a convincing argument it would have gone to Lundquist.
The pitch count was high by having to answer way too many questions but Kyle Weatherly gutted it out in a complete-game effort for this edition of C’s Chat.
Vancouver Canadians outfielder Chavez Young is the latest player to take his turn at-bat in the latest instalment of C’s Chat.
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 39th round of the 2016 draft out of Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici, Georgia, the 6-foot-2 Young decided to turn pro after the Jays gave him a $200,000 signing bonus.
The winning pitcher of the Northwest League championship clincher is the guest of honour in the latest chapter of C’s Chat. Lefthander Zach Logue was drafted in the ninth round of the 2017 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays after a three-year college career with the Kentucky Wildcats.
I caught up with Vancouver Canadians second baseman Samad Taylor to talk about his eventful 2017 season. The 19 year-old right-handed hitter from Corona, California was in the midst of his second professional season with Cleveland before he was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays as part of the deal that sent reliever Joe Smith to Ohio.
“I might take you down, but I’ll never let you down.” — theme from Shaft 2000. William Ouellette (pronounced ‘ooh-LET’) had plenty of takedowns as closer of the Vancouver Canadians and he never let his team down when he was summoned from the bullpen.
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