Blue Jays


Toronto Blue Jays Are Restricting Their Players' ‘Fortnite’ Time

The Jays are going to be cutting back on their players (video) gaming time on game days.


Blue Jays’ Roberto Osuna Placed on Leave After Allegedly Assaulting a Woman

The star closer is one of a number of MLB players who have been charged with domestic assault over the past several years.


Jose Bautista Looks Lost at the Plate

The Blue Jays slugger's horrendous start to the season has been puzzling.


Troy Tulowitzki's 3-Year-Old Son Can Mash

We wish we were as good and coordinated as Taz.


Blue Jays Mailbag: Upton's Release, Platooning in Left, and Bautista's Contract

Andrew Stoeten explains why he won't lose any sleep over the Blue Jays releasing Melvin Upton Jr., and figures there's no way Bautista won't opt into free agency next offseason.


Blue Jays Mailbag: An Awful Mike Trout Trade Proposal, and How Mat Latos Fits with Toronto

In this week's mailbag, Andrew Stoeten explains why the Jays' best prospects wouldn't land Trout (duh!), the Smoak extension, and the Latos situation.


Why John Gibbons Is the Right Man to Lead the Blue Jays

A multi-year extension with manager John Gibbons is reportedly in the works, and it makes perfect sense for Toronto.


Blue Jays Mailbag: Delgado's Greatness, Upton vs. Carrera, and MLB TV Blackouts

In this week's mailbag, Andrew Stoeten revisits Toronto's potentially disastrous left field situation, which is likely to feature a heavy dose of Melvin Upton and Ezequiel Carrera. Yuck.


Agent Scott Boras Blasts Blue Jays over Ace Aaron Sanchez's Contract Negotiations

Boras ripped the team's policies and is upset that Sanchez, a pre-arbitration eligible player, will earn the major-league minimum next season.


Blue Jays Mailbag: Pitch Framing, a Hard No on Doug Fister, and the State of Left Field

Andrew Stoeten answers your questions in our first VICE Sports Blue Jays Mailbag.


There's More to Kendrys Morales Than Meets the Eye

There's a whole lot more to like about Morales than a lot of fans were open to hearing back in November or December when Encarnacion remained unsigned.


Why Dalton Pompey Should Skip the World Baseball Classic

The Blue Jays have a gaping hole in left field, a job Pompey could presumably win with a good spring. That's why he should stay at Jays camp, and not attend the WBC with Team Canada.