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Posts Tagged ‘Scott Silverstein’

Just Another Massive Monday – Canadians Need One More Win

The C's celebrate Sunday's win (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

Apologies for the verbose title, but it really is rather massive isn’t it? Sunday saw the Canadians come up big with a clutch 4-2 win over the Boise Hawks in game two of their three game Northwest League final. So, after seventy-six regular season games and four more in the playoffs, it all boils down […]


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 […]


Toronto Blue Jays 2013 Draft – Better Late Than Never

David Harris shot artistically from a distance (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

After whalloping the Everett WaterSox in game one of their crucial three game set, the C’s send 2013 25th rounder, and future WWE star, Scott Silverstein to the bump tonight versus rehabbing Mariners pitcher Stephen Pryor. A reliever by trade, this will be Pryor’s first appearance back from a lat injury so would have thought […]


Scouting the New Canadians Faces

As the DH, L.B.'s buddy doesn't get to run on the field (courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

Writing about the C’s, and any short-season minor league franchise for that matter, can be difficult at times. Especially early in the year, post-draft, when player movement seems to be a daily occurrence. Despite the scrambling necessary to keep up with an ever changing roster, it does make for some excitement. Who wouldn’t want to […]


I Finally get my Baseball Fix

Colton Turner warms up pre-game (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)

The Canadians return from their longest trip of the season, an eight day marathon (one of two on the season) today for a six game homestand, before, once again, leaving us baseball addicts in the lurch. Those who are of age probably won’t mind the next trip though, as it’s to the Northwest League’s newest […]