C's Sweep Tri Successful

Thursday, August 04 2016 @ 07:02 PM EDT

Contributed by: #2JBrumfield

The Vancouver Canadians put an end to a nine-game losing streak by winning three in a row against Tri-City before the All-Star break.

Dalton Rodriguez started the series opener for the C's against the Dust Devils.

2013 17th round Blue Jays pick Eric Lauer, picked by the Padres 25th overall in the 2016 draft, gets ready to deliver.

Joshua Palacios heads to second but is about to be erased on a fielder's choice as Nate Easley barehands the ball at second base.

Yeltsin Gudino slaps the tag to catch Aldemar Burgo stealing second.

Cavan Biggio follows through on a swing. He would later hit a decisive two-run double to give the C's a 4-3 win in the series opener.

C's starter Patrick Murphy checks back at the runner at first.

Hansel Rodriguez threw five shutout innings against his former organization.

Nash Knight grounds a single to right in his first at-bat with the C's.

Josh Reavis tries to avoid a tag at second base but is caught stealing.

The C's rallied from a 4-0 deficit when an error on a Nash Knight grounder to third allowed Rodrigo Orozco to score the winning run in a 5-4 walk-off win.

For even more notes and photos of this weekend series, click here.

The 3-3 C's resume the second half of the season in Eugene for a five-game set in Oregon against the Emeralds. T.J. Zeuch gets the start this evening and will be followed by Dalton Rodriguez, Denis Diaz, Mike Ellenbest and Luis Sanchez. All games are at 7:05 pm Pacific Time except for Sunday as that game is set for 5:01. The C's return home to face Everett, the North Division leaders for a crucial three-game set starting Tuesday. The first two games go at 7:05 and the finale is set for 1:05 Thursday. Everett is atop the North Division at 5-1, thanks to a sweep of the C's to open the second half. Vancouver will need to win five of the six remaining games against Everett to get the tiebreaker.