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Vancouver Rallies Past Volcanoes, 6-4

The Hops come to Keizer for a three-game series that begins Friday for the 7th Annual Patriotic Tribute at Volcanoes Stadium.

(VANCOUVER, B.C.) - Salem Keizer Volcanoes Vancouver used a five-run bottom of the eighth inning to rally back to victory 6-4 in the series finale Thursday night in front of 3,784 at Nat Bailey Stadium.

Roemon Fields gave the C's its fourth win in the five-game series with a 2 RBI triple with two outs in the eighth to cap off the huge comeback.

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Forjet Shines as Volcanoes End 4-Game Skid

Salem-Keizer is still four games out of Hillsboro's pace atop the Northwest League South Division.

(VANCOUVER, B.C.) - Salem Keizer Volcanoes Jason Forjet shined in his start at Vancouver, leading the Volcanoes to its first victory in the series, 6-1, Wednesday night at Nat Bailey Stadium.

Forjet was the first starter in this series to record a solid outing, going six innings allowing just one run on five hits and two walks with three strikeouts.

Read Full Article (Jul-02-2014 06:39)

Canadians Beat Volcanoes, 8-4

Canadians score seven runs in four innings to begin the contest.

(VANCOUVER, B.C.) - Salem Keizer Volcanoes The Vancouver Canadians sent a packed house of 5,157 home happy with a 8-4 win over the Volcanoes Tuesday afternoon at Nat Bailey Stadium.

The Canadians jumped on Volcanoes starter Ethan Miller right from the get go, hanging 10 hits and six runs on the starter to push him out of the ballgame by the end of the third inning.

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Vancouver Belts Volcanoes, 10-2

Christian Arroyo's first inning home run provided a brief spark as the Volcanoes took the early lead.

(VANCOUVER, B.C.) - Salem Keizer Volcanoes Logo Salem-Keizer pitching struggled against Vancouver, who took full advantage of its opportunities in a 10-2 win Monday night in front of 5,147 at Nat Bailey Stadium.

Salem-Keizer allowed eight hits, six walks, five hit-by-pitch reaches, two errors, and a balk as the Canadians scored 10 unanswered runs to take the opening two games of the series.

Read Full Article (Jun-18-2014 05:20)

Volcanoes Rally for 4-3 Win Over Vancouver

The action-packed top of the first showed promise for an offense game, but it was the pitching that quickly became the story.

(KEIZER, Ore. ) - Salem Keizer Volcanoes Following a night where fans witnessed the biggest comeback victory in franchise history, the Volcanoes continued the show Tuesday with another late inning come-from-behind win.

Salem-Keizer scored four unanswered runs in the seventh and eight innings to deliver a 4-3 win over Vancouver at Volcanoes Stadium.

Read Full Article (Jun-14-2014 06:27)

Canadians Blast Volcanoes on Opening Night, 11-2

The Volcanoes return to the field on Saturday night for game two of their five game series against the Canadians.

(KEIZER, Ore. ) - The last time the Vancouver Canadians were on a baseball field, they were celebrating their third consecutive Northwest League title in 2013. There was no title involved on Friday, but they still had plenty of reason to celebrate.

The Volcanoes managed only four hits, and surrendered two errors and seven wild pitches, as Vancouver defeated Salem-Keizer 11-2 on opening night.

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