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Brayden Bouchey Enjoyed Pitching in Vancouver

October 16, 2017

Brayden Bouchey Enjoyed Pitching in Vancouver

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Right-handed pitcher Brayden Bouchey performed well out of the bullpen for the Vancouver Canadians last season. Maintaining an impressive 1.07 WHIP, and holding opposing hitters to just an average of .194 against him in his 30 innings; was a promising sign that...

Matt Shannon Transitioning Well to Pro Ball

October 8, 2017

Matt Shannon Transitioning Well to Pro Ball

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  Right-handed pitcher Matt Shannon impressed in his brief stint with the Vancouver Canadians last season. Pitching in four innings last summer for the Canadians; Shannon allowed just one hit, while striking out four. His ability to get hitters out comes...

Graham Spraker Preparing for a Bigger Role

October 4, 2017

Graham Spraker Preparing for a Bigger Role

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  Right-handed pitcher Graham Spraker excelled out of relief in his first professional season with the Bluefield Blue Jays. Spraker maintained an impressive 0.78 WHIP, and held opposing hitters to just an .168 mark against him in 2017. His success on the...

David Jacob Developing Well at First Base

October 1, 2017

David Jacob Developing Well at First Base

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Looking at David Jacob’s stats from 2017, and one might get the idea that his season came easily for the up-and-coming star. But what his .274/.335/.446 slash line in 168 at-bats doesn’t tell is the way he had to work out of some adversity in Lansing...

William Ouellette Succeeding in Late Innings

September 24, 2017

William Ouellette Succeeding in Late Innings

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  Right-handed pitcher William Ouellette had a breakout year in 2017. Ouellette’s big year began in Florida with the Dunedin Blue Jays, before heading to Vancouver. Allowing just one earned run in 6 1/3 innings pitched in the FSL was a great measuring...