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Vancouver Canadians Season in Review – Short Form

He's got a high leg kick

It’s been over 10 days since the Vancouver Canadians had to hand over the Bob Freitas Trophy, a piece of property they probably thought was theirs by right, for Northwest League supremacy to the Hillsboro Hops.  10 days.  Seems longer than that.  So, with hockey season (or as I call it, baseball’s prospect shoulder season) […]


Vancouver Canadians Hitters – July 1st

Barreto in his load

With the C’s big Canada Day win over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes we officially mark the first calendar month (abbreviated, of course) of the Northwest League season and therefore the first edition of YourVanCs statistical analysis.  I’m going to try and do something monthly for both hitters and pitchers but if trends start to take hold […]


Six Stats to Beat Tri-City

photo courtesy of the vancouversun.com

After two clutch wins to finish their three game series with Spokane, the Vancouver Canadians have (sort of) retaken control of their playoff destiny. With six games left to play against the ‘Tri’-City Dust Devils, let’s take a look at six stats that may help Vancouver in their attempt to three-peat in thirteen. Before moving […]


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 […]


Home Opener at the Nat

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

The Vancouver Canadians returned home Monday night after dropping the final game of their three game set down in Tri-City against the Colorado Rockie affiliate Dust Devils. The C’s got another excellent effort from their starter, this time 2011 second round pick Jeremy Gabryszwski, who went six strong only giving up one earned on three […]