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  • Star Gazing at The Nat

    We all know of the former Vancouver Canadians who have gone on to play in the Major Leagues. Did you know since 2000, there have been more than 60! But, as we dig even further, we realize that number soars if you include those from the other seven teams in the Northwest League who stop by to play games here at Scotiabank Field. MORE »
  • Canadians Scholarship to Change Lives

    With a simple yet poignant gesture, Canadians partner Jeff Mooney and his wife Suzanne Bolton donated $75,000 to the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation to help support a new education initiative in cooperation with The Boys & Girls Clubs of South Coast B.C. MORE »
  • Holloway leads handful of C's promotions

    In advance of the 2017 season, the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club promoted several staff members to key positions. The most notable would be the elevation of Jeff Holloway, who assumes the role of Assistant General Manager, Community Relations & Team Operations. MORE »
  • 2017 Coaching Staff Announced

    The trio of Rich Miller, Jim Czajkowski and Dave Pano led Vancouver to its first ever Northwest League Championship in 2011. This coming season, they hope to re-capture the magic all over again. MORE »
  • C's congratulate Hall of Famer Tim Raines

    For anyone who has been around former baseball great Tim Raines over the past few years, there is no doubt you could feel for the base stealing great as he continued to wait for his phone call from Cooperstown. On his final ballot, Raines finally got 'the call' and the Vancouver Canadians couldn't be prouder. MORE »
  • Friendship for the Ages

    Jeff, Jake and Andy believed that the game of baseball could benefit a child's life in many ways, and that no child, for any reason, should be denied the opportunity to experience those benefits for themselves. Their determination sparked the creation of the Vancouver Canadians Youth Baseball League. MORE »
  • How one child's tattered shoes changed everything

    We often talk about legacy in sports and what signature will be left behind once a player and/or personality moves on in life. Maybe its the journalist in me -- but I would like to think that as we come together this week to celebrate the game of baseball and the road that we have all travelled together, that the legacy left behind from the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation was karma. MORE »
  • 'Field of Dreams' becomes reality thanks to your generosity

    At first glance, Variety Challenger Baseball Field, located in Vancouver's Hillcrest Park adjacent to Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium, might strike you as just another baseball diamond, no different than most others found in parks and playgrounds across the city. But if you were to take a closer look you'd soon notice it's anything but. MORE »
  • A Day In The Life: Meet Joseph from our Youth League

    Before taxes, traffic jams and the other everyday realities of life sink in, children have the unique opportunity to simply wake up and dream. Meet Vancouver Canadians Youth League slugger Joseph who is already thinking of what he's going to do at The Nat long before it even happens. MORE »
  • Canadians Looking "Beyond The Nat"

    Did you know that for the past seven years, the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation has quietly gone about its business helping children from all across the Lower Mainland? Now, the Canadians are ready to make some noise when it comes to bringing our communities together to truly make a difference. MORE »
  • Hissey's Heart Remains in Vancouver

    Former Vancouver Canadians catcher Ryan Hissey always knew he had a soft spot for our fair city. When he recently chose to join his housing family for the holidays, little did he know that a barrel full of snow was getting ready to be dumped on him. MORE »
  • The best offense was a good defense for Pillar

    Some may say that he is already there while others know that Kevin Pillar needs a deeper body of work to truly become one of baseball's best defensive players. Canadians broadcaster Rob Fai looks at how Pillar dazzled with his glove while finding how to get his bat up to speed. MORE »
  • C's Announce Date for 7th Annual Scotiabank Hot Stove Luncheon

    Tickets are NOW ON-SALE for the 7th Annual Scotiabank Vancouver Canadians Hot Stove Luncheon! Do not miss the chance to support our community while celebrating the game we all love so much on Friday, January 20th at the Hotel Vancouver from 12-2pm. MORE »
  • Brothers In Arms

    Canadians fans have been witness to a pair of brothers who have both suited up for Vancouver. C's broadcaster Rob Fai looks back at their efforts and wonders if having a sibling with previous experience here at home can help gain an advantage. MORE »
  • The Night The C's Faced Corey Kluber

    Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber is a long way from his time in the pinstriped uniform of the Eugene Emeralds (2007), but that's what he was wearing when the Canadians came calling out at historic Civic Stadium. MORE »
  • Shuffling The Deck

    It will take just a few hours for the Blue Jays front office to reflect on the season that was, then, a deep breath and on toward the upcoming season. Rest for these guys? No chance -- and for a handful of former Canadians, the time to make an impression is now. MORE »
  • Despite Loss, Blue Jays Should Be Proud

    Despite falling to Cleveland in the American League Championship Series, Toronto Blue Jays fans from coast-to-coast-to-coast should be proud of the Boys in Blue. MORE »
  • Blue Jays energy (and nerves) reach the West Coast

    Not long after putting the brooms away from a series victory over Texas, the Blue Jays ran into a team that was just as hot in Cleveland. The question now has to be asked, did the Jays run out of gas simply getting into the post-season or do they have one more gear to make a series out of the ALCS and advance to the World Series for the first time since 1993. MORE »
  • 10th Annual Canadians Thanksgiving Delivers Again

    The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club in co-operation with Save-On-Foods and The Salvation Army spent Wednesday afternoon helping 100 local families in need with some holiday cheer in advance of the upcoming Thanksgiving Weekend. MORE »
  • Could Osuna Become The Next Big Thing?

    Roberto Osuna is going to finish the Blue Jays regular season with at least 35 saves. He'll have at minimum 55 before his 22nd birthday. With his efforts already, Osuna has put himself into some rare company and positioned himself for greatness if people keep leaving the door opened for him to come and close. MORE »