Jackson Lowery was 5-for-5 in save opportunites with Vancouver in 2016. Five members of the 2016 Vancouver Canadians received their walking papers from the Toronto Blue Jays over the last week. The released are righthanded pitchers Jackson Lowery and Luis Sanchez, lefty Stuart Holmes, outfielder D.J. McKnight and catcher Brett Wellman. The most surprising of the … Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Blue Jays Say Goodbye to Five 2016 Vancouver Canadians
C’s Recap – Vancouver Canadians vs. Everett AquaSox June 21 & 22
The Vancouver Canadians host the Everett AquaSox for the final time in the 2016 regular season. The C's hope their luck turns around against teams that begin with E after losing four of five in Eugene. That represented an improvement over the C's first series against the Emeralds which resulted in a five-game sweep in … Continue reading C’s Recap – Vancouver Canadians vs. Everett AquaSox June 21 & 22
C’s Recap – C’s Try & Succeed Against Tri-City
The Vancouver Canadians saw their first-half playoff hopes go officially up in smoke after being swept at home in five straight games against the Eugene Emeralds. They saw their misfortunes continue into the second half with a three-game sweep in Everett, extending their overall losing skid to nine games. The C's held leads in the … Continue reading C’s Recap – C’s Try & Succeed Against Tri-City
C’s Recap – Emeralds Embarrass C’s
After a disappointing 3-5 road trip in Boise and Spokane, the Vancouver Canadians ended the first half of the Northwest League season with a resounding thud, getting swept by the Chicago Cub affiliate Eugene Emeralds in five straight games at Nat Bailey Stadium. For Vancouver, this was the baseball version of the Saw horror movies. … Continue reading C’s Recap – Emeralds Embarrass C’s
C’s Recap – Main Point Of My Essay: Maese Was Good
The Vancouver Canadians downed the Tri-City Dust Devils 8-3 Saturday on eight strong innings by Justin Maese and a first-inning grand slam by Bryan Lizardo.
C’s Recap – Canada Day Fireworks Supplied By A Canadian
After watching the Blue Jays suffer an agonizing 19-inning loss to Cleveland at The Dome on Canada Day, I was wondering what to expect of the C's after returning home from a three-game sweep by Tri-City.
C’s Recap – 2016 C’s Home Opener One To Forget
Where to start. Well, the game sucked. Good night, everybody! That's the short version. The C's just looked flat in this one despite a sold-out crowd at Nat Bailey Stadium on a beautiful Monday night, losing to Everett 10-0. After taking two of three in Spokane to begin the regular season, a couple of new … Continue reading C’s Recap – 2016 C’s Home Opener One To Forget