Blue Jays select Griffin Conine with No. 52 overall pick

After going sort of off the board with their first-round pick, the Blue Jays did something they’re very familiar with in the second round. They drafted for bloodlines. The Jays used the No. 52 overall pick on Griffin Conine, son of two-time World Series winner Jeff Conine.


The Yankees are filling their diapers over ESPN

The Blue Jays and Yankees were scheduled to wrap up their three-game series in early July with a Sunday afternoon affair at Rogers Centre. But, over the weekend, ESPN selected the Blue Jays and Yankees tilt to be their Sunday Night Baseball Game, pushing the game back to 8:00 pm Eastern Time.


Take your time, Young Vlad

Vlad, you’ve got our attention. But come on man, simmer down. You’ve gotta cool off at least a bit – focus less on destroying the ball and more on defense. Every day you continue mashing the AA level gives more credence to those shouting for your arrival on the MLB team. Don’t get me wrong…


Blue Jays Nation Millennial Recap: Cooked Goose

The Toronto Blue Jays lose another series, this time to the Detroit Gee- Tigers. Detroit Tigers. 0:15 – First thing’s first, what the hell is the rally goose we heard about before the series? 1:10 – We go over the weekend’s series loss against the Detroit Tigers 3:55 – We talk about Sunday’s starter Aaron…


What to expect from the Cleveland Boys at this year’s draft

The Blue Jays are set to navigate their third First-Year Player Draft with Mark Shapiro and Ross Atkins Jr. (who I completely ironically refer to as the Cleveland Boys) at the helm of the organization. Based on how the drafts went in 2016 and 2017, what can we expect from them this year?


Tigers 7, Blue Jays 4: Collapse

I swear, if I see that rally goose, I’m drop kicking it back across the border. Things worth mentioning… Let me just say this: JA Happ was better than his four earned runs over five line indicated. Jaimer Candelario, whoever that is, led off the bottom of the first with a homer, and then Happ…


Take A Look At Your New Number One Prospect In Baseball

Surprise! Well, not really. Baseball America updated their top 100 prospects board yesterday, and to nobody’s surprise, our large adult son Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has vaulted from third to first. He moved past Ronald Acuna Jr. and Shohei Ohtani now that both of them are full time MLBers. The Vlad show isn’t new to anybody…


So You Wanted To Be A Blue Jays Fan

Mood towards Blue Jays baseball in November: Mood towards Blue Jays baseball the morning pitchers and catchers report: Mood towards Blue Jays baseball when it’s actually happening: This season has been a clusterfuck already and they haven’t even begun play in June yet. We went from being the most obnoxious group of people on earth…


Series Preview: The Tigers!

The Tigers are sitting in second place in the American League Central with a 26-30 record. The Jays have a pretty difficult month of June, so if they can’t do something against the Tigers this weekend, uh, it won’t be good.


There are reasons for optimism for the Blue Jays in June

May was the month from hell for the Blue Jays. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong … even a few things the club could’ve never foreseen went wrong, too. May was an abysmal month for the Blue Jays. Their 9-19 record was the fourth-worst May in franchise history and that .321 winning percentage was…