Victoria HarbourCats

Port Angeles Lefites base runner Matthew Christian dives safely back into third base after overrunning the bag, as Victoria HarbourCats infielder Tanner Haney’s (11) looks to toss the ball to Clyde Chung-Chi Yen for the tag. The Lefties overcame a 6-1 deficit to win 8-6. Don Descoteau/Black Press

Sun shines on visitors in HarbourCats’ exhibition opener

Victoria in Port Angeles tonight for second half of West Coast League home-and-home

Port Angeles Lefites base runner Matthew Christian dives safely back into third base after overrunning the bag, as Victoria HarbourCats infielder Tanner Haney’s (11) looks to toss the ball to Clyde Chung-Chi Yen for the tag. The Lefties overcame a 6-1 deficit to win 8-6. Don Descoteau/Black Press
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and Greater Victoria minor baseball product Nick Pivetta is having a much improved second season in Major League Baseball. mlb.com

Athletes with Greater Victoria ties cranking up their games

Pivetta putting up solid numbers in MLB, hockey players taking next step in careers

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and Greater Victoria minor baseball product Nick Pivetta is having a much improved second season in Major League Baseball. mlb.com
Victoria HarbourCats batter Po-Hao Huang takes a cut against the Kelowna Falcons during the 2017 West Coast League seasion. He moved up to the Taiwan national team this summer, but four other Taiwanese players join the Cats for 2018. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

Victoria HarbourCats to welcome Cuban nationals in 2018

Exhibition game, two pitchers part of this year’s baseball program

Victoria HarbourCats batter Po-Hao Huang takes a cut against the Kelowna Falcons during the 2017 West Coast League seasion. He moved up to the Taiwan national team this summer, but four other Taiwanese players join the Cats for 2018. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
Victoria HarbourCats reliever James Bradwell in action versus the Kelowna Falcons during West Coast League baseball action at Royal Athletic Park. The home team let a 4-0 lead slip away late Tuesday and wound up losing 6-5 in 11 innings.The Cats and Falcons are back at it Wednesday and Thursday at RAP, starting at 6:35 p.m. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

Victoria HarbourCats have a target on their back

North Division leaders overtaken late by Kelowna, lose in 11

Victoria HarbourCats reliever James Bradwell in action versus the Kelowna Falcons during West Coast League baseball action at Royal Athletic Park. The home team let a 4-0 lead slip away late Tuesday and wound up losing 6-5 in 11 innings.The Cats and Falcons are back at it Wednesday and Thursday at RAP, starting at 6:35 p.m. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
Prospective baseball and softball players (Triangle Baseball team members shown here with Harvey the HarbourCat) in financial need will be supported through the new HarbourCats Foundation. Photo by Christian J. Stewart/Victoria HarbourCats

HarbourCats Foundation aims to boost Victoria-area baseball and softball numbers

Group partnering with Victoria Foundation to get started

Prospective baseball and softball players (Triangle Baseball team members shown here with Harvey the HarbourCat) in financial need will be supported through the new HarbourCats Foundation. Photo by Christian J. Stewart/Victoria HarbourCats
HarbourCats make it four in a row

HarbourCats make it four in a row

The Victoria team continued their winning ways with a 6-5 victory Friday night.

HarbourCats make it four in a row
Victoria Harbourcats lose third in a row

Victoria Harbourcats lose third in a row

Fans have chance to play in large pick-up game before Saturday’s rematch with Walla Walla.

Victoria Harbourcats lose third in a row
Claire Eccles in mid-windup as she and her Victoria HarbourCats teammates face the Kitsap Bluejackets in West Coast League baseball action Sunday at Royal Athletic Park. In her first start – the first ever by a female pitcher in WCL history – she went three innings and picked up the win in an 11-2 victory. Victoria won the second game of the Father’s Day doubleheader, 5-4. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

Cats’ bats help Victoria starter Eccles chalk up her first win

More West Coast League baseball history made on Father’s Day at RAP

Claire Eccles in mid-windup as she and her Victoria HarbourCats teammates face the Kitsap Bluejackets in West Coast League baseball action Sunday at Royal Athletic Park. In her first start – the first ever by a female pitcher in WCL history – she went three innings and picked up the win in an 11-2 victory. Victoria won the second game of the Father’s Day doubleheader, 5-4. Don Descoteau/Victoria News