…SO as you all know by now the Blue Jays are apparently interested in Dallas Keuchel according to Jon Heyman, who has to keep the hot stove burning as big free agents continue to sit on the shelf like a bad Phil Collins album.
The non-waiver deadline came and went on Friday and the only player the Jays decided to let go of was Yangervis Solarte who had a miserable finish to the season after a very hot start. Guys like Kevin Pillar, Joe Biagini, and Devon Travis who many assumed could be let go ended up sticking as…
The Blue Jays have non-tendered utility infielder Yangervis Solarte.
It’s fun to stare off into nowhere land and dream about being somewhere else. Maybe somewhere tropical, or somewhere that’s just far enough away from it all. It’s fun not to think about work and what has to be done. It’s fun to do anything other than some mundane office task, or whatever kind of…
Captain Charlie’s ship is ready to set sail and the official cast of characters was announced on November 27th, 2018, at 8pm on Twitter… to be specific.
The Blue Jays announced their 2019 promotional schedule on Thursday. It features some new stuff like Zombie Day in September and LOONIE HOT DOGS and some old stuff like jersey and bobblehead giveaways.
You might have thought that the Oliver Drake era was over in Toronto, but you were wrong. The Blue Jays claimed the righty off of waivers from the Tampa Bay Rays. In a corresponding move, Mark Leiter Jr. has been designated for assignment.
Most years, the non-tender deadline comes and goes for the Blue Jays without much fanfare. The most eventful non-tender deadline I can recall was December of 2013 when the team non-tendered J.P. Arencibia, then turned around and signed Dioner Navarro to a two-year deal.
Alex Anthopolous has acquired Josh Donaldson again. Trading for the future Most Valuable Player was the most important thing he did during his tenure as Blue Jays general manager and he’s diving into the well again.
As we’ve talked about earlier this off-season, the Blue Jays would be willing to eat money in order to move Russell Martin. The veteran catcher is in the final year of that five-year contract he signed back prior to the 2015 season.
The Blue Jays finalized their pre-Rule 5 Draft 40-man roster on Tuesday, selecting the contracts of Trent Thornton, Hector Perez, Yennsy Diaz, Patrick Murphy, and Jacob Waguespack.
J.A. Happ’s first two tours in Toronto began and ended in similar fashion. He arrived rather unexpectedly and unceremoniously, yet exited as a heralded member of the Blue Jays pitching staff. Might he return for a third act with the Blue Jays?