Blue Jays

mlb

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.
Andrew Stoeten
3.8.17
mlb

Blue Jays Finally Come to Their Senses and End Stalemate with Jose Bautista

Jose Bautista has reportedly signed a one-year, $18 million deal with the Blue Jays, with options that could net him $60 million over three seasons.
Kyle Cantlon
1.18.17
Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday: Billy Wagner, B.J. Ryan, and 2005's Winter of the Reliever

This off-season is expected to change how relievers are compensated. But as 2005 showed, that may not be the case for long.
Mike Piellucci
12.1.16
mlb

How the Blue Jays Can Replace Encarnacion and Bautista, and Still Be Good

We look at potential targets the Blue Jays should explore this offseason in the event they lose their two free-agent sluggers.
Andrew Stoeten
11.9.16
Toronto FC

TFC Has Never Been Better, and Neither Has the Toronto Sports Scene

For Toronto sports fans, this is quite the time to be alive.
Kyle Cantlon
10.27.16
Blue Jays

If Joey Bats and Encarnacion Are Done in Toronto, Blue Jays Fans Sent Them off with Proper Exit

Everyone from fans to teammates wants to see the two sluggers return to Toronto. But both figure to have plenty of suitors as they hit free agency.
John Lott
10.20.16
Jose Fernandez

Jose Fernandez's Death Takes Mark Shapiro Back to 1993

Shapiro was with Cleveland when Indians pitchers Tim Crews and Steve Olin died in a boating accident in 1993. The Blue Jays' president, and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, spoke about the death of Jose Fernandez, the Marlins' 24-year-old ace.
John Lott
9.26.16
mlb

The Reeling Blue Jays Need to Rebound Fast

The Blue Jays entered September in first place. After dropping two of three to the Red Sox on the weekend and seven of nine during the month, they trail Boston by two games in the AL East.
John Lott
9.12.16
Baseball

Blue Jays Grooming Baseball's Newest Biggio

Weeks after Toronto made him a fifth-round pick, Cavan Biggio—son of Hall of Famer Craig—is getting his first taste of pro ball and Canada in Vancouver, the Blue Jays' short-season Class A affiliate.
John Lott
7.25.16
mlb

J.A. Happ Doesn't Understand Canada's Bagged Milk Situation

You aren't alone, Happ
Chris Toman
7.15.16
Baseball

The Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Show Has Begun

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. came out of his first weekend of pro ball proving why he's worthy of the hype. But despite being the richest, youngest, biggest and most prominent player on the team, he meshes nicely into his new workplace culture.
John Lott
6.27.16
mlb

Blue Jays and Rangers Clear Benches in a Thick Brawl over Bautista Slide

Jose Bautista and Rougned Odor won't be attending each other's birthday parties any time soon.
Liam Daniel Pierce
5.15.16
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