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Posts Tagged ‘Jeremy Gabryszwski’

Spring Predictions: Lansing Lugnuts Rotation

Chase chats up some locals (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

This post has been kicking around inside my head since the Bluefield Blue Jays lost their Appalachian League semi-final to their arch-rival Pulaski Mariners, allowing pitchers Chase DeJong, Jairo Labourt, and Brady Dragmire (along with 3rd basemen/DH Mitch Nay) to jump on a plane to Vancouver and help the C’s win their third straight Northwest […]


C’s Can Stop the Rain

Can you see the 'C' Dawel hit? (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

After a day of downpours threatened to derail Thursday’s action at the Nat, a break in the wet allowed the crack Nat Bailey grounds crew to get the field ship shape. After that amount of work, a game had to be played, and so it was. With the C’s getting a good start from Tom […]


The Highs and Lows of the Canadians

Atkinson takes BP, in tights (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

When I wrote my six stats to beat Tri-City piece yesterday, I focused mainly on the C’s edge in the power department, starting pitching, and in shutting down the running game. There were secondary mentions of the bullpen and atmosphere at the Nat. After only one game in this crucial six gamer with the Dust […]


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 […]


The Canadians Versus the Volcano

Dawson warms up in the bouncy castle (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

There truly is no rest for the defeated. After falling to Everett in the decider of their three game series, the Canadians were right back at the Nat with five against the South division leading Salem-Keizer Volcanos. To add more to the overall malaise, Thursday’s game wasn’t decided until the twelfth inning when the C’s […]


Injuries Hamper Current and Former C’s

Photo courtesy of vancouversun.com

When it rains it pours. Quite literally. Friday’s nooner at the Nat saw puddles on the field for the first time since media day back in mid-June. Unfortunately, the C’s play of late has mirrored the weather. After kicking it around on Wednesday, Thursday saw the C’s make three more errors while going one for […]


Getting off to a Good Start in Second Half

Go get 'em Gaby (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

After getting over the disappointment of just missing out on the first half flag, the Vancouver Canadians couldn’t have asked for a tougher schedule to begin the second half. With eight straight road games in Spokane and Eugene, a decent effort by the C’s, could go a long way towards setting them up to make […]


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 […]


Two for the Road

Gaby makes his way to the mound (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

With the Canadians early-season roster in constant flux I have found myself writing quite a bit on the new faces arriving in Vancouver and some of players who may very well make their way up over time. Of course, the roster cannot expand exponentially. Some of the current players will need to make way. After […]


Mother Nature Snaps Canadians Streak

Mike Reeves meets hit teammates (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

I suppose it was going to have to be snapped somehow. Since Salem-Keizer couldn’t do it on their own accord, they needed to call in some re-inforcements. Mother nature was hired and delivered the requisite amount of rain to finish Sunday’s game after five innings. It just so happened that in the top of the […]