Andrew Stoeten also breaks down what the recent signing of reliever Seung Hwan Oh means for the Blue Jays.
Will Donaldson remain a Jay past 2018? Andrew Stoeten discusses that, Stroman's arbitration case, and answers a question on whether Tulo should, gulp, retire.
Andrew Stoeten discusses the Jays honouring Roy Halladay by retiring his No. 32, Dalton Pompey's uncertain future in Toronto, and more.
Andrew Stoeten discusses baseball's economic system, whether Vlad Guerrero Jr. can stick at third base, Joe Biagini as the No. 5 starter, and more.
Plus, Andrew Stoeten discusses Morales, Smoak, Toronto's backup catching situation, the top prospects, and more.
Andrew Stoeten discusses the club's two big prospects that every evaluator is gushing about and looks at some potential free agent pitching options.
Andrew Stoeten discusses Granderson's fit with the team and whether Toronto should be focused on outfield or starting pitching help next.
Plus, Andrew Stoeten discusses whether the front office's approach to acquiring talent works in the AL East, and why ownership won't go all in on the team.
It's the week of the Winter Meetings, which means trade rumours are running rampant! Andrew Stoeten makes sense of some hypothetical scenarios.
Plus, Andrew Stoeten writes about the team's need for corner outfield help, and what to expect from Justin Smoak in 2018.
Andrew Stoeten discusses the chances of Toronto landing an impact arm like Yu Darvish, arbitration eligible players who might be non-tendered, and revisits the Aaron Sanchez starter vs. reliever debate.
Plus, Andrew Stoeten discusses potential trade targets, renovations to Rogers Centre, and the heat the team's high performance department has taken.