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Big Seventh Inning Proves Crucial As C's Take Series

7-5 triumph gives Vancouver fourth win in seven-game set at Spokane, lowers magic number to four
September 3, 2022

SPOKANE, WA - Four runs on four hits in the top of the seventh were the difference in a 7-5 Canadians triumph over the Spokane Indians (Rockies) Friday night at Avista Stadium. Leading 3-2 after the sixth, Vancouver hadn’t scored since Dasan Brown singled home a run with two outs

Wallace Wows, Offense Finds A Way In 5-3 Win

11 Ks for southpaw starter sets the tone for resilient C’s triumph over Hillsboro to secure series split
August 26, 2022

VANCOUVER, BC – Trenton Wallace’s 11 strikeouts in five and two-thirds plus just enough offensive production at a few key moments helped the Canadians secure a series split with the Hillsboro Hops (Diamondbacks) with a 5-3 win in front of a sellout crowd as part of a Fortis BC ‘Nooner

Wallace Sets Tone, Bats Come Alive Late To Beat Frogs

Career-best outing from lefty starter nearly wasted before 3-run 9th spurs C’s to 3-1 win
August 20, 2022

EVERETT, WA – After three games that were decided by a combined score of 33-24 on 77 total hits, the Canadians eked out a 3-1 win over the Everett AquaSox (Mariners) Friday night to win their fifth consecutive game and secure a series victory in their final visit to Funko

Tirotta Blast Sparks Comeback In Record-Setting Win

One-run deficit erased with big blow as part of 7-2 triumph over Spokane for ninth consecutive victory
July 23, 2022

SPOKANE, WA – A two-run homer from Riley Tirotta that highlighted a three-run fourth inning on Friday night spurred the Canadians on to a 7-2 win over the Spokane Indians (Rockies) at Avista Stadium to run their winning streak to nine consecutive games, their longest since becoming a Blue Jays

Early Runs Prove Enough In Sixth Straight Win

Two first inning scores hold up in 2-1 triumph over Hillsboro as part of Fortis BC ‘Nooner
July 15, 2022

VANCOUVER, BC – A pair of runs in the bottom of the first inning proved to be the difference Friday afternoon in a 2-1 Canadians win over the Hillsboro Hops (Diamondbacks) to the delight of a sellout crowd at Nat Bailey Stadium. Vancouver took advantage of some early wildness from