While Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was an above-average offensive producer during his first two seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays (106 and 116 OPS+), he did not live up to his … Continue Reading Guerrero Jr. Leading Jays Offense with Hot Start
Earlier in the offseason, the New York Mets were suitors for the services of free agent cheater George Springer, who later signed with the Toronto Blue Jays. The Mets had … Continue Reading Who’s Your Franchise Outfielder – Michael Conforto or George Springer?
Sunday marked the first day of MLB Spring Training baseball, delighting MLB fans who had anxiously awaited the return of professional baseball to North America. The Toronto Blue Jays opened … Continue Reading Jays Open Spring Training Schedule Amid Criticism of Broadcast Coverage
After news broke last weekend that DJ LeMahieu would be reopening free agency negotiations with other teams, the New York Yankees and the reigning batting champion reportedly came to terms … Continue Reading With LeMahieu Returning to New York, What’s Next for the Jays at 3B?
The Toronto Blue Jays are expected to make a splash on the free agent market during the 2020-21 offseason. They were the first team to make a deal, re-signing Robbie … Continue Reading Blue Jays Free Agency Shopping List – Pitching
November 1st marked the beginning of the MLB free agency period. After the Toronto Blue Jays were swept by the eventual World Series runner-ups, the Tampa Bay Rays, in the … Continue Reading Blue Jays Free Agency Shopping List – 2B/3B
With less than a week to go until Opening Day, the Toronto Blue Jays received word on Saturday that their request to play home games at Rogers Centre would be … Continue Reading Blue Jays Scrambling to Find Regular Season Home
Yasiel Puig, who started his MLB career under the bright lights of Dodger Stadium, has yet to be signed over the offseason. Puig was looking to follow up his original … Continue Reading Jays Can Add Power to OF by Signing Yasiel Puig
Toronto Blue Jays president and CEO Mark Shapiro sat for a lengthy interview with Gregor Chisholm of the Toronto Star published on Sunday. One of the topics discussed was the new MLB.tv blackout … Continue Reading Blue Jays President Has Lame Explanation for New MLB.tv Blackout
On Tuesday evening, the Boston Red Sox finally consummated their long-rumored desire to trade their star outfielder Mookie Betts to dump salary. Betts and veteran starting pitcher David Price were … Continue Reading Betts Trade Opens Window for Blue Jays
The 2020 edition of the MLB Winter Meetings open today in San Diego, California (even though it’s still 2019). After going 67-95 in 2019, the Toronto Blue Jays will look … Continue Reading Blue Jays Shopping List for Winter Meetings: Pitching, Pitching and More Pitching
Despite recently selling off many of their top arms, the fourth-place Toronto Blue Jays are currently riding a hot streak of 7-3 in their last ten games thanks to the … Continue Reading The Kids Are Playing
Changes to the All-Star Game starter selection process effective for 2019 mean that all starting position players are chosen in a final vote on a field of finalists who received … Continue Reading Who Will Represent the Blue Jays in the 2019 All-Star Game?
Jays fans received devastating news on Sunday when it was revealed that SP Matt Shoemaker, who had been placed on the 10-day IL following an injury sustained during a rundown … Continue Reading Who Will Take Matt Shoemaker’s Spot in the Jays Rotation?
On Sunday, the Cleveland Baseball Club completed a four-game series sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays, which dropped the Jays to a 3-8 record to begin the second full week … Continue Reading Struggling Jays Offense Needs Vlad Jr.
The Toronto Blue Jays split their opening four-game series against the Detroit Tigers. Although the results weren’t exactly weren’t the best against another expected bottom-dweller in the American League, the … Continue Reading Blue Jays Rotation Off to an Impressive Start – but Will It Hold?