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Vancouver Canadians Cancel Remaining Trivia Nights

November 9, 2020

In cooperation with the recent announcement of orders from BC’s Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry, the Vancouver Canadians will cancel the remaining Trivia Nights #AtTheNat. Each table for the Trivia Nights scheduled on November 12th, 19th or 26th will be contacted by a Canadians staff member to share further

Canadians add NEW dates for Trivia Nights 

October 19, 2020

Test your knowledge at The Nat! Get your team of 4 together and play in a safe environment on the concourse. Social distancing will be in effect, so team sizes will be a maximum of 4 people. Each team package includes admission, one drink ticket per person, and popcorn for

Northwest League announces 2020 season cancelled due to COVID-19

June 30, 2020

Vancouver Canadians Look Ahead to 2021 Season The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club along with the rest of the franchises within the Northwest League of Professional Baseball (NWL) were informed by Pat O’ Conner, Minor League Baseball President, that as of today, the 2020 season has been cancelled outright due to

Vancouver Canadians President responds to NWL announcement

June 12, 2020

Dear C's Fans, Earlier today, the Northwest League put out a statement with regard to the start of our 2020 season being postponed, and now I would like to ensure that our friends, fans and partners are fully up-to-speed on our organization’s thoughts regarding the upcoming season. We all know

Official Statement from Northwest League concerning the start of 2020 season

Official statement from Northwest League concerning start of 2020 season
June 12, 2020

Friday, June 12th, 2020 Statement from Northwest League President North Johnson: "Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, the start of the 2020 Northwest League season is being delayed indefinitely. The League and its clubs will continue to monitor the situation and work with our Major League Baseball affiliates, while following

When it comes to Minor League Baseball, every player can remember his time spent on the bus.

May 19, 2020

Picture a typical Vancouver summer morning. The sun rising just enough to add colour to the home across the way, dew on the grass, the early-to-rise birds all singing as a young man walks his dog on the far side of the street. Here at Nat Bailey Stadium, the purr

Canadians broadcaster Rob Fai catches up with the first manager to take the helm when the Toronto Blue Jays came to town

May 5, 2020

I could still see a few of the cleat marks in the dirt surrounding home plate out at Nat Bailey Stadium as I rushed from one dugout to the other, a fist full of notes crammed in my right hand as I raced toward a looming press conference. Those scratches

Vancouver Canadians announce postponement for fans looking to redeem NatPacks on May 11th

May 4, 2020

(Nat Bailey Stadium - Vancouver, B.C.) - During this time of uncertainty and with the rapidly changing developments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vancouver Canadians have chosen to postpone our May 11th NatPack Redemption Day. This announcement does not confirm that the 2020 season has been cancelled. Like many others

A look at the Top 10 pitching performances by a Vancouver Canadians arm dating back to 2011

Canadians look back at ten years on the mound
April 20, 2020

For those of us who have been here for the entire ten year relationship between the Vancouver Canadians and Toronto Blue Jays its hard to believe that a decade has passed since Paul Beeston and Alex Anthopoulos put pen to paper along side C’s owner Jake Kerr and president Andy

Canadians This Week Returns to Sportsnet 650

Canadians This Week Returns to Sportsnet 650
April 6, 2020

There has never been a season with more uncertainty leading up to it then the one that Vancouver Canadians baseball fans have been observing from their homes as 2020 has provided one challenge after another for fans across the globe. Longtime C's broadcaster Rob Fai hosts Canadians This Week on

Canadians Baron Received National Field Recognition

Ross Baron's work on historic Nat Bailey Stadium has gained the acknowledgment of both the Sports Turf Managers Association and Minor League Baseball
October 31, 2019

(Vancouver, B.C.) - Minor League Baseball (MiLB) and the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) have put forward the recipients of the 2019 Sports Field Managers of the Year for each classification and for the first time in franchise history, Vancouver Canadians Ross Baron has received the distinction on a national

Canadians Announce 2020 Early Bird Schedule

Vancouver opens with a five-game home stand vs. Eugene starting Wednesday, June 17th at 7:05pm
October 22, 2019

(Nat Bailey Stadium - Vancouver, B.C.) - The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club has announced its 2020 Early Bird Schedule that includes all home and away dates including start times for games played out at historic Nat Bailey Stadium.Vancouver opens with a five-game series at home against the Eugene Emeralds (Chicago

Canadians TBT: Part 1

Each Thursday, Canadians broadcaster Rob Fai takes a look back at some of the amazing moments in franchise history
October 17, 2019

(Vancouver, B.C.) - It had been raining for the better part of the day on a soggy Wednesday afternoon here in Vancouver and yet the Canadians and Spokane Indians still figured to try and get a game in before the rain was set to intensify. Mother Nature caught wind of

Canadians Baron Receives 3rd Consecutive Sports Turf Manager of the Year Award

Nat Bailey Stadium never looked better as Baron acknowledged as Top Turf Manager once again
September 4, 2019

(Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium - Vancouver, B.C.) - Minor League Baseball has announced that Vancouver Canadians Head Groundskeeper Ross Baron is recipient of the Sports Turf Manager of the Year Award for the Northwest League. This is the third consecutive time the award has been given to the Vancouver Canadians,

Robertson named NWL Player of the Week (Aug 26 - Sept 2)

Canadians outfielder punished baseball in final week of regular season
September 3, 2019

VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Canadians outfielder Will Robertson has been named Northwest League Player of the Week (August 26 - September 2) after hitting .458 (11-for-24) in his final six games of the season.Robertson became the first player since A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) to hit home runs in three consecutive games as

Gm 76: C's swept in season finale; fall 3-1 to Everett

Vancouver drops final five games of season after loss out at Funko Field on Monday
September 2, 2019

Everett, WA - 17-year old Winder Garcia retired the first nine Aquasox that he faced in order and went five strong innings allowing just one run but Everett got a pair of runs off Parker Caracci late to complete a three-game sweep of the Vancouver Canadians on Monday afternoon with

Gm 75: C's fall 11-3 in Everett on Sunday afternoon

Vancouver runs into red hot Aquasox offense dropping fourth straight
September 1, 2019

Everett, WA -- Luis Quinones struggled in his final outing of the summer allowing a season-high six earned runs over his 2 1/3 innings as Everett scored early and often on route to a 11-3 victory over Vancouver on Sunday afternoon. The loss was the Canadians fourth straight since being

Gm 74: C's just can't catch Everett; fall 5-3 on Saturday

Vancouver fights back to draw even only to hand back lead to Aquasox on Saturday night out at Funk Field
September 1, 2019

Everett, WA -- Perhaps it was poetic justice for the Aquasox after base umpire Kyle Stutz missed a call that helped the Canadians erase a two-run deficit, that a pair of catchable baseball both fell for base hits in the bottom of the eighth inning to hand Everett a 5-3

Gm 73: Dust Devils clinch second half pennant with 8-5 win over C's

Vancouver blows four-run lead as Tri-City punches ticket to the post-season at Nat Bailey Stadium
August 30, 2019

Vancouver, B.C. -- Jared DiCesare went five innings allowing four hits and a lone run departing Friday's game with a four-run lead but Tri-City roared back with seven unanswered runs to claim the North Division second half pennant with an 8-5 victory in front of 6,413 fans marking the 25th

Canadians acknowledge players with season-ending awards

Adam Kloffenstein named Canadians Most Valuable Player in pre-game ceremony
August 30, 2019

Nat Bailey Stadium - Vancouver, B.C. -- Adam Kloffenstein was acknowledged as the Vancouver Canadians most valuable player on Thursday in a pre-game ceremony located within the C's clubhouse. Each year the organization hands out four awards as the season draws toward its conclusion.Top Offensive Player - Yorman Rodriguez The