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Posts Tagged ‘Alonzo Gonzalez’

Finally, a Bit of C’larity

Nay takes a rip (image courtesy of Mike Anklewicz)

Sunday saw the Everett Aquasox do the C’s a huge favour by beating the Spokane Indians 3-2 and ensure themselves the second half flag to go with their first half crown. The result means that the second playoff spot will come down to the best overall record. By holding the tiebreaker, the Canadians were, once […]


C’s do Two Steps Forward, One Back Routine

rest that elbow Shane (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

After showing signs of life by winning the last two games against Salem-Keizer to take the five game series, Vancouver headed out for their penultimate road trip of the season and laid a frog’s egg. A 10-2 soaking by the Everett Aqua-Sox saw the C’s fall back out of the North division lead after only […]


Middling Back to the Nat

Teams line up for the anthems at a sunny Nat (photo courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

On Monday I wrote that the schedule-makers weren’t very kind to the C’s to start the second half of the Northwest League campaign. If the Canadians ‘could just hold serve through the end of July’ they would be set up nicely with nineteen of their final twenty-nine at the Nat. After a four and four […]


Searching for Velocity in Vancouver

Gabryszwski warms up (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

Returning to the Nat after two devastating losses in Everett, the C’s, realistically, need to run the table against the Eugene Emeralds and hope the Gretzky led Boise Hawks do them a favour when they host the Aquasox for five. I’m not overly confident, but hey, stranger things have happened. Kinda like these Eugene uniforms, […]


Canadians Hunt the Aquasox

yikes, Boise's Uniforms (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

After wrapping up their five game set with a loss to the the Boise Hawks on Sunday, the C’s travel down the I-5 for a crucial three game set with the North division leading Everett Aquasox. With just eight games remaining in the first half, the next few nights could go a very long way […]


Hey, it’s a Reunion in Lansing!

This Kid is Good

Back in December I wrote a piece trying to predict who would be the pitchers piggy-backing in Lansing to start this season. At the end of the article, I flippantly wrote that whatever the outcome, a ‘small town in Central Michigan is, once again, going to be privy to some exciting pitching prospects.’ Turns out […]