The Jays have not faced any sort of ace yet, but they are still struggling to get into games offensively. Giving their own pitchers a tough game to work with, the bats are really dead and starting to decompose.
As if this day didn’t need more news, the Blue Jays have reportedly released pitcher Bud Norris from his minor-league deal.
The Toronto Blue Jays have signed outfielder Randal Grichuk to a five-year, $52-million extension, keeping the player under contract through 2023.
Another one bites the dust. Kevin Pillar, who, coming into the season, was the longest tenured Blue Jay left on the roster, was shipped to San Fransisco on Tuesday morning.
So the long anticipated, albeit with some skepticism, trade of Kevin Pillar dropped this morning and while the various reactions – from Pillar, the team, and the local press, is flowing in – prospect hounds are obviously wondering if there’s cause for excitement about the return. The answer is… kinda? The Jays received in the…
There will never be enough updates on the best prospect in baseball, as he is set to start his rehab process in Dunedin this Thursday.
After the monumental trade sending Kevin Pillar to the Giants, the Jays make a less significant move, acquiring outfielder Socrates Brito from the San Diego Padres.
Extension season is in full swing, as reigning National League Rookie of the Year Ronald Acuna Jr. has signed a contract that could keep him in Atlanta for 10 seasons. Acuna’s deal starts this season, goes through at least the 2026 season, and has two options for the 2027 and 2028 seasons worth a minimum…
Just five games into the season, the Blue Jays have sent CF Kevin Pillar to the San Fransisco Giants in exchange for three players.