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September 2, 1997
The last in a team-by-team look at the Angels' minor league affiliates: Vancouver Canadians Vancouver, B.C. Club established: The franchise was established as a Pacific Coast League expansion team in 1978. It began its affiliation with the Angels in 1993. Angel affiliation: Triple-A in the Pacific Coast League Ownership: Japan Sports System, Inc., which also owns the Visalia Oaks Manager: Bruce Hines, former Angel first-base coach and son of Ben Hines, former Dodger batting instructor.
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SPORTS
September 2, 1997
The last in a team-by-team look at the Angels' minor league affiliates: Vancouver Canadians Vancouver, B.C. Club established: The franchise was established as a Pacific Coast League expansion team in 1978. It began its affiliation with the Angels in 1993. Angel affiliation: Triple-A in the Pacific Coast League Ownership: Japan Sports System, Inc., which also owns the Visalia Oaks Manager: Bruce Hines, former Angel first-base coach and son of Ben Hines, former Dodger batting instructor.
SPORTS
September 24, 1992
The Angels will switch their triple-A team from Edmonton to Vancouver for at least two seasons beginning in 1993, the club announced Wednesday. The Vancouver Canadians, a Pacific Coast League team since 1978 and part of the Chicago White Sox organization since 1989, reached a two-year agreement with the Angels, who had been affiliated with Edmonton since 1983. The Trappers won the PCL title in 1984.
SPORTS
September 24, 1992
The Angels will switch their triple-A team from Edmonton to Vancouver for at least two seasons beginning in 1993, the club announced Wednesday. The Vancouver Canadians, a Pacific Coast League team since 1978 and part of the Chicago White Sox organization since 1989, reached a two-year agreement with the Angels, who had been affiliated with Edmonton since 1983. The Trappers won the PCL title in 1984.
SPORTS
July 7, 1989 | Associated Press
The Vancouver Canadians, citing what they said was a consistent policy of late salary payments by the parent Chicago White Sox, refused to play a scheduled Pacific Coast League game Thursday night. The players left the Albuquerque Sports Stadium about 90 minutes before the scheduled 7 p.m., MDT, start of the game against Albuquerque and returned to their hotel, then went into a meeting.
SPORTS
July 7, 1989 | Associated Press
The Vancouver Canadians, citing what they said was a consistent policy of late salary payments by the parent Chicago White Sox, refused to play a scheduled Pacific Coast League game Thursday night. The players left the Albuquerque Sports Stadium about 90 minutes before the scheduled 7 p.m., MDT, start of the game against Albuquerque and returned to their hotel, then went into a meeting.
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