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.
The Vancouver Canadians are on the verge of dropping their opening series of 2018. The Eugene Emeralds jumped out to a 5-0 lead en-route to an 8-4 win over the C’s at P.K Park Saturday night.
Vancouver Canadians manager Dallas McPherson spoke to the assembled media during the team’s annual Media Day at Nat Bailey Stadium.
The former Anaheim Angels, Florida Marlins and Chicago White Sox third baseman outlined what the 2018 C’s need to be do to be successful.
Here’s the latest edition of C’s Tweets about the Vancouver Canadians from players, team officials, broadcasters, bloggers and other persons of interest in the month of May so far.
Nate Pearson will need to stay hydrated in 2018 as he will be pitching in Dunedin to begin the season. The three 2017 Vancouver Canadians
The Vancouver Canadians concluded the first half of the Northwest League season with an 8-3 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Stadium Sunday afternoon.
It may be the most disappointing 4-3 road trip the Vancouver Canadians have ever experienced. After winning the first four games of their road trip that started with two wins in Spokane and two in Boise, the C’s dropped their third in a row to the Hawks 13-1 at Boise Memorial Stadium Monday night.
Yeltsin Gudino has always shown the ability to pick it but now he’s starting to hit it too.
The Lansing Lugnuts hitting has outpaced their pitching so far in 2017 but a couple of 2016 Vancouver Canadians gave their starting rotation a nice boost over the weekend.
Baseball America finally got around to releasing the e-book version of its 2017 Prospect Handbook this week. There are plenty of Vancouver Canadians connections in the
Ryan Hissey is one of three Lansing players with an OPS above 1.000 so far in 2017. The Toronto Blue Jays have some talented catchers
Ryan McBroom and Rowdy Tellez – seen in the dugout before the 2014 Northwest League playoffs – will man first base for New Hampshire and
Despite the efforts of two former Vancouver Canadians pitchers, the Toronto Blue Jays could not mount a comeback in their spring finale in Dunedin.
With Spring Training drawing to a close in Dunedin, two more players with Vancouver Canadians ties saw their first game action with the Toronto Blue Jays over the weekend.
With two weeks left to go until Opening Day, quite a few former Vancouver Canadians are continuing to make their presence felt in Dunedin with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Spring Training is underway and the Toronto Blue Jays are off to a 0-4 start in 2017. Thankfully, the games do not count but this