Everywhere you look in and around the 67-year-old Nat Bailey Stadium, home of the Vancouver Canadians (Single-A, Northwest League), there’s something going on. In the midst of all this activity sits team president Andy Dunn, tirelessly working the phone in his office. Read more here.
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Alive and Well at 67-Year-Old Nat Bailey Stadium
Ballpark Upgrades Update from Canadians TV
Work continues on the upgrades at Nat Bailey Stadium, home of the Vancouver Canadians (Single-A, Northwest League), including a new porch area just beyond the left field fence, new seating areas, a revitalized children’s play area, increased handicap seating, and new craft beer area. Watch Canadians report here.
Ballpark Visit ALERT: Nat Bailey Stadium (Vancouver, BC)
MLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill visits Nat Bailey Stadium, home of the Single-A Vancouver Canadians (Northwest League). Read more and view photos here.
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Vancouver’s Storied Baseball History, Stadium
At a cost of $550,000, Capilano Stadium, now known as Scotia Bank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium, opened to a sellout crowd of 7,500, who showed up to watch the Vancouver Capilanos defeat the Salem Senators 10-3 on June 16, 1951. Read more here. View vintage photos of the Vancouver Mounties here. Today, the Single-A Vancouver Canadians (Northwest League) are keeping Continue reading
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Blue Jays GM Visits Vancouver
Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos visited his team’s Single-A affiliate in Vancouver (BC) on Sunday, and he came away impressed with Canadians’ history, operations, and fan support. During his visit, he addressed the possibility of Vancouver becoming the Jays’ Triple-A affiliate in the future. Read more here.
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Triple-A Ball in Vancouver (BC)?
It’s pure speculation at this juncture, but there are rumors that the Toronto Blue Jays would like to have their Triple-A club in Canada, with a particular focus on Vancouver (BC). Of course, Nat Bailey would need a major upgrade, and there would have to be a Pacific Coast League team available for relocation for this to happen. Read more here.
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