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.
Andrew Stoeten tackles questions about the current state and future of the Blue Jays (which may not be as bad as many think) post-MLB trade deadline.
Boras ripped the team's policies and is upset that Sanchez, a pre-arbitration eligible player, will earn the major-league minimum next season.
As an insightful, respected leader, Grilli is a clubhouse favourite for reporters. He'd prefer less attention, but he's brought it upon himself with his postseason play.
The battle for the AL East title promises to remain a three-team dogfight, as none of the division's heavyweights—the Blue Jays, Red Sox and Orioles—made a big external splash to separate themselves from the pack.
The Blue Jays have made a controversial move, deciding to transition their best starter Aaron Sanchez to the bullpen. Was it the right call?
The Blue Jays sent two infielders to the mound in extras instead of turning to a starter in a recent 19-inning game, and lost. Here's why they did it, and why it was the right move.
If Sanchez keeps dealing, and Toronto is in a pennant race, Blue Jays management is going to be forced into some long and challenging conversations.
Start, relief or the minors? The biggest question facing the Blue Jays this spring is what to do with hard-throwing righty Aaron Sanchez.
Injuries are inevitable throughout the season. The key is to have capable reserves at the ready—and hope they stay healthy, too.