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Chuck Ghysels Succeeding in C’s Bullpen

August 5, 2013

Chuck Ghysels Succeeding in C’s Bullpen

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Not many baseball players pitch for four different colleges before signing a pro contract, but that’s exactly what Blue Jays minor leaguer Chuck Ghysels did.

Matthew Johnson Welcomed Back in Vancouver

July 29, 2013

Matthew Johnson Welcomed Back in Vancouver

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After going from infielder to relief pitcher with the Vancouver Canadians last year, Matthew Johnson is enjoying being back with the team in 2013.

‘Catching Up’ with Catcher Tucker Frawley

January 28, 2013

‘Catching Up’ with Catcher Tucker Frawley

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Catcher Tucker Frawley joined the Toronto Blue Jays’ organization after being drafted in the 8th round of the 2012 MLB Draft out of Coastal Carolina University, a time Frawley discussed as being exciting and memorable. “Going into the draft, I tried to not set...

After First-Year Success, RHP Bobby Brosnahan Looks Forward to 2013

December 17, 2012

After First-Year Success, RHP Bobby Brosnahan Looks Forward to 2013

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Bobby Brosnahan, nicknamed ‘Bobby B,’ ‘BB,’ and ‘Braz’ due to the tough pronunciation of his last name (pronounced braz’nahan), joined the Blue Jays organization last year after signing as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Michigan, an experience,...

Taylor Cole Cracks BA’s Northwest League Top 20

September 28, 2012

Taylor Cole Cracks BA’s Northwest League Top 20

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Baseball America unveiled their Northwest League Top 20 list this morning, and the lone Vancouver Canadians player nominated was right-handed pitcher Taylor Cole, narrowly making his way onto the list at No. 20. A 29th round pick by the Blue Jays in 2011, the...

Canadians are NWL Champions, Again!

September 10, 2012

Canadians are NWL Champions, Again!

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They’ve done it! On Sunday night, the Vancouver Canadians  won their second straight Northwest League Championships! After an exciting and unforgettable three-game battle against the Boise Hawks, the Canadians were able to come out on top and raising the banner...