Canada's Teams To Remain Together Until 2022
Thursday, February 01 2018 @ 08:02 AM EST
Contributed by: #2JBrumfield
Happy belated New Year, Bauxites! Here's a quick look at what's going on with the Blue Jays in the minor league scene.
More high-fives for Blue Jays prospects in Vancouver for the next five years thanks to the C's and Jays extending their partnership.
Image from Sportsnet.ca.
Last week brought some good news to Blue Jays fans in YVR as the Canadians and Jays agreed to a four-year extension of its Player Development Contract. That will guarantee five more seasons of prospect watching from a Blue Jays perspective at Nat Bailey Stadium until the end of 2022.
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On a final note, I invite you to check out some feature interviews on CsPlusBaseball.ca. Just click on over to C's Chat to read about some of the players who helped the C's win the Northwest League championship. Players featured include Zach Logue, Reggie Pruitt and Samad Taylor.
- Sportsnet.ca has a feature on pitchers Jon Harris and Sean Reid-Foley.
- UConnHuskies.com has a story on pitcher Tyler Olander.
- WLNS-TV speaks to a pair of Lansing Lugnuts officials about the upcoming season.
- Steve Ewen of The Vancouver Province has a recap of the C's 8th Annual Hot Stove Luncheon.
- The Delta Optimist has a report on the C's Hot Stove Luncheon.
- The Bluefield Daily-Telegraph checks in with manager Dennis Holmberg and has a follow-up feature on the long-time skipper.
- Here's a video interview with Dunedin pitcher and Ladner, BC native Tom Robson.
- MiLB.com looks back at the Blue Jays signing of 13-year old Jimy Kelly.