C’s Plus Podcast
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C’s Plus PodcastJul 17, 2019
C's Plus Podcast Episode 5
In the fifth and possibly final episode of the C's Plus Podcast, Niall and Ben cover everything Vancouver baseball. This time around it's not just the Vancouver Canadians, but the whole Blue Jays MiLB system, as well as some local baseball with the UBC Thunderbirds.
C's Plus Podcast Episode 4
The Vancouver Canadians have been on the road for a while, but are home for a quick series against the Everett AquaSox. This episode includes an exclusive interview with Rogers Sportsnet's Caroline Frolic, a baseball analyst for the C's. Niall and Ben also bring you up to date with everything around the team recapping the roads trip, the all star break and some BIG new additions!
C's Plus Podcast Epi3
Niall and Ben bring you episode three of the "C's Plus Podcast! "The Canadians have finally hit their stride, winning four of the last five games. although the first half is nearly done and dusted, Vancouver are finally showing some promising signs. Roster moves, First wins and more- all discussed on this weeks episode of the "C's Plus Podcast!"
As always, for more Canadians coverage, check out csplusbaseball.ca and chesterfieldsports.net.
Ben Steiner- @bensteiner00
Niall O'Donohoe- @csplusbaseball
C's Plus Podcast Episode 2
After a little while away, the C's Plus Podcast has returned! Ben and Niall the show that brings you inside the Vancouver Canadians. The C's have continued to struggle, and there has been some notable roster movement. Who should be playing catcher? What about first base? You'll have to listen to find out! As always, for more regular C's coverage- check out Csplusbaseball.ca, Chesterfieldsports.net and follow @csplusbaseball and @bensteiner00 on Twitter.
C's Plus Podcast Episode 1
The first episode of the C's Plus Podcast! Ben and Niall bring you up to date with everything that has happened so far in the Canadians season, albeit four games in. Recorded ahead of Vancouver second game against the Eugene Emeralds, from the beautiful stands of Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia.