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. Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – 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. Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Saucedo Sizzles In Triple-A Debut
The closer of the 2017 Northwest League champion Vancouver Canadians took advantage of an opportunity to impress the Toronto Blue Jays brass Monday. Continue reading C’s Alumni Update – Ouellette Wills His Way To Win Triple-A Debut
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. Continue reading C’s Recap – The Most Likely No-Shows At The Nat In 2019
A total of 44 former Vancouver Canadians saw action during the 2019 edition of spring training for the Toronto Blue Jays. The breakdown features 31 position players and 13 pitchers seeing action during the Grapefruit League season. Continue reading C’s Recap – 44 Former C’s At 2019 Blue Jays Spring Training
Cobi Johnson was one of three Vancouver Canadians selected to take part in the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game in 2018. The latest C’s Chat shines the spotlight on 2018 Vancouver Canadians closer and Northwest League All-Star Cobi Johnson. There … Continue reading C’s Chat – Cobi Johnson
Riley Adams batted .305 with 20 extra-base hits and 35 runs batted in for the C’s in 2017. 2017 Vancouver Canadians catcher and 2018 Dunedin Blue Jay Riley Adams gets behind the plate in the latest edition of C’s Chat. The 2017 third-round pick out of the University of San Diego was the C’s MVP of 2017 as he helped the club win its fourth Northwest League championship in seven years. The 21 year-old right-handed hitter from Encinitas, California shared his memories of the C’s playoff drive that began with the forest fire in Spokane that forced all of the … Continue reading C’s Chat – Riley Adams
2017 Vancouver Canadians pitcher Colton Laws is the latest guest to graciously preside over the latest episode of C’s Chat.
A native of Faith, North Carolina native, Laws was taken by the Toronto Blue Jays in the seventh round of last year’s draft out of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Continue reading C’s Chat – Colton Laws
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. Continue reading C’s Chat – Kacy Clemens
Here is a collection of C’s Tweets for the latter half of April about the Vancouver Canadians baseball club made by former players, broadcasters, media personalties and bloggers. Among the tweets were reactions to the van attack in Toronto, video interviews, highlights and other noteworthy observations. April 20 Jay Blue: Case, Clemens, Guerrero Jr., Pompey, Sellers https://t.co/F7fstmDbzx By: @JaysFromAway @FisherCats @DunedinBlueJays @LansingLugnuts pic.twitter.com/aNBDHm5bUP — Canadian Baseball (@CDNbaseball) April 20, 2018 Right now: interview with Lansing Lugnuts position coach Dave Pano talking about his role https://t.co/kvwG1UUvtW — Around The Nest (@AroundNest) April 20, 2018 New @JaysJournal podcast is brewing: @BlueJayHunter, @Tony_Ambrogio, … Continue reading C’s Recap – C’s Tweets April 20-30, 2018
The 2017 Vancouver Canadians got to relive the joy of winning the Northwest League championship all over again this spring. The players were presented with their championship rings late last month in Dunedin as part of a ring ceremony that also honoured the Florida State League co-champion Dunedin Blue Jays. Continue reading C’s Recap – Ring Day
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. Continue reading C’s Chat – Justin Dillon