Travel restrictions stemming from the global coronavirus pandemic have prevented the Toronto Blue Jays from setting foot on Canadian soil since the end of the 2019 season. The approval of … Continue Reading Jays Homecoming Ticket Prices Blowing the Dome Off Rogers Centre
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has enjoyed a breakout season in 2021, living up to his enormous potential and Hall of Fame pedigree. He made history at the MLB All-Star Game on … Continue Reading Guerrero Jr. Wins First All-Star Game MVP in Blue Jays History
When the ballots were counted after Phase 2 of 2021 MLB All-Star Game voting, the Toronto Blue Jays had not just one, but three players named as All-Star Game starters. … Continue Reading Four Blue Jays Will Represent Toronto at 2021 All-Star Game
The Toronto Blue Jays have not had a player make the starting lineup of the MLB All-Star Game since 2015, when eventual American League MVP Josh Donaldson received the nod … Continue Reading Guerrero Jr. Leads Phase 1 All-Star Voting
Former Cubs pitcher Tyler Chatwood was one of the most detested Chicago Cubs free agent acquisitions in recent franchise history after he walked a major-league leading 95 batters in his … Continue Reading Chatwood Records First Save of 2021
The Toronto Blue Jays took the field against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in Boston looking to guarantee a series split amid a tough stretch of 13 games … Continue Reading Jays Steamroll Red Sox with 8 Homers at Fenway
2016 World Series champion and dinosaur museum enthusiast Carl Edwards Jr. has had a rough ride the last few years. In 2019, the “String Bean Slinger” posted a 5.87 ERA … Continue Reading Carl Edwards Jr. Activated by Blue Jays
With the Toronto Blue Jays’ pitching depth already heavily tested to start the 2021 season, #1 prospect Nate Pearson made his much-anticipated season debut on Sunday against the Houston Astros. … Continue Reading Pearson Suffers Loss in 2021 Jays Debut
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?
According to a recent report by Tim Brown of Yahoo, top free agent infielder DJ LeMahieu is reopening negotiations with the Toronto Blue Jays, among other clubs, after becoming frustrated … Continue Reading Jays Have New Opportunity to Sign LeMahieu
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
The second day of the MLB Wild Card series kicked off in the early afternoon on the east coast of North America in a March Madness-type atmosphere of daylong competition. … Continue Reading Blue Jays Eliminated, Cubs Lose Game 1 in Wednesday Wild Card Action