West Coast League

Amid its second straight cancelled West Coast League season, the Victoria HarbourCats are hoping the recently relaxed public gathering restrictions will allow them to play exhibition games this summer. (Photo by Christian J. Stewart/Victoria HarbourCats)

Victoria HarbourCats exploring possibility of exhibition ball games for late summer

Unable to assemble signed squad, HarbourCats may play other Canadian teams in West Coast League

 

Victoria HarbourCats’ pitcher Ethan Fox hurls one toward the plate during 2018 West Coast League baseball action game at Wilson’s Group Stadium. The Cats announced their 2019 season schedule today. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

HarbourCats nail down 2019 West Coast League baseball schedule

Another busy summer planned for Victoria’s collegiate level ballclub

 

Victoria third baseman Jason Willow makes a play against Bellingham in Saturday evening’s West Coast League game. The local baseball product went four-for-12 at the plate in his first weekend with the HarbourCats, but Victoria lost two of three games to the North Division-leading Bells, including 4-3 on a late home run Sunday. (Photo by Christian J. Stewart/Victoria HarbourCats)

Late Bellingham homer sinks HarbourCats at home

Visiting Bells take two of three West Coast League games in Victoria, Cats off to Walla Walla

 

Former Toronto Blue Jays infielder Kelly Gruber.                                Photo courtesy Victoria HabrourCats

HarbourCats featuring former Blue Jays star as weekend coach

Kelly Gruber honourary coach for exhibitions vs. Coquitlam team

Former Toronto Blue Jays infielder Kelly Gruber.                                Photo courtesy Victoria HabrourCats
Pitcher Claire Eccles is one of between eight and 10 players expected to return to the Victoria HarbourCats at some point this season. The club plays two West Coast League home-and-home exhibition games, Wednesday night at Wilson’s Group Stadium at Royal Athletic Park and Thursday in Port Angeles. The Cats’ regular season-opening weekend begins this Friday night with the first of three games against Wenatchee. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

PLAY BALL: HarbourCats test WCL waters with exhibitions, open season at home Friday

New-look Victoria looks to improve on successful 2017 baseball season

Pitcher Claire Eccles is one of between eight and 10 players expected to return to the Victoria HarbourCats at some point this season. The club plays two West Coast League home-and-home exhibition games, Wednesday night at Wilson’s Group Stadium at Royal Athletic Park and Thursday in Port Angeles. The Cats’ regular season-opening weekend begins this Friday night with the first of three games against Wenatchee. Don Descoteau/Victoria News