The teams combined to turn a Midwest League-record 10 double plays in the Lugnuts' 6-1 victory at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Lansing completed a four-game sweep of the Whitecaps, who were on the wrong end of six twin killings.
Each side recorded a double play in the first inning and Lansing also turned twin killings in the third, fourth and fifth. Eight were completed on ground balls, but two were less conventional.
Lugnuts second baseman Oliver Dominguez was caught stealing as Michael Crouse took a called third strike in the top of the third.
With Dixon Machado on first and one out in the bottom of the ninth, Robert Brantly scorched a liner into the glove of first baseman K.C. Hobson. Hobson stepped on the bag to double off Machado and end the game.
The previous record for double plays in the 65-year history of the Midwest League was eight, accomplished several times, most recently in 1992.