Quite a few notable performances were turned in by former Vancouver Canadians in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system over the first five days in May.
The Buffalo Bisons got a second straight strong performance on the mound from a former Vancouver Canadian in his International League debut.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats were down to their last strike but three former Vancouver Canadians teamed up to save the day.
A lot of notable performances from a number of former Vancouver Canadians during the opening weekend of minor league baseball.
A clearer picture of who will not be in a Vancouver Canadians uniform in 2019 has emerged. The Lansing Lugnuts—the team just above the C’s in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league food chain—revealed its roster for the upcoming season.
A total of 40 players suited up for the Vancouver Canadians in 2018. The breakdown saw 19 position players and 21 pitchers take the field for Monty’s Mounties.
The latest guest on C’s Chat is 2018 Lansing Lugnuts and 2018 Vancouver Canadians shortstop Vinny Capra.
The 22 year-old Melbourne, Florida native was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 20th round of this year’s draft from the University of Richmond.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats held serve in its best-of-five Eastern League playoff series against the Trenton thanks to the efforts of two former Vancouver Canadians.
A trio of members from the 2016 Vancouver Canadians gave the New Hampshire Fisher Cats a leg up in their Eastern League playoff series against Trenton.
The Vancouver Canadians got back on track as they dumped the Tri-City Dust Devils 5-2 at Nat Bailey Stadium Wednesday night.
The Vancouver Canadians have evened the season series against the Hillsboro Hops after a 7-0 victory at Ron Tonkin Field Saturday. The victory lifted the C’s over the .500 for the second half at 6-5.
The Vancouver Canadians lost a back-and-forth affair to the Hillsboro Hops 8-5 at Ron Tonkin Field Wednesday night. The C’s fall to 5-4 in the second half of the season and trail Spokane by one game for first place in the North Division.
The three Vancouver Canadians going to the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game showed why they deserved to be heading to Grand Junction, Colorado next week. Outfielders Tanner Kirwer and Griffin Conine drove in a run apiece and Cobi Johnson earned the save as Vancouver doubled up Eugene 6-3 at Nat Bailey Stadium Monday.
The Vancouver Canadians saw their hopes of sweeping the Eugene Emeralds go up in smoke after a 5-3 setback at Nat Bailey Stadium Monday night.
The Vancouver Canadians used a trio of two-run innings to knock off the Eugene Emeralds 6-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Saturday night. The C’s find themselves in a three-way tie atop the North Division standings with Everett and Spokane at 3-2.
The Vancouver Canadians used a four-run first inning to hold off the Eugene Emeralds 5-1 at Nat Bailey Stadium Friday night. The C’s improved their second-half record to 2-2 with the victory.