In a week that will be known as his coming out party, rookie Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has won his first (of probably many) Player of the Week award.
There aren’t many boxes circled on Blue Jays’ fans calendars this season. The team is navigating through a painful rebuild so, expectedly, people aren’t going to be tripping over themselves to come out and watch the team on a regular basis.
With some designated trade chips in hand, it appears that we might be seeing the first one sold by the Blue Jays this season and it might be Ken Giles to the Chicago Cubs.
Other than following the adjustment made by promoted players, the past week was on the whole one relatively lacking in newsworthy highlights. But we’re almost three weeks into May which means the monthly end points can serve as a starting point for looking for trends in performance. Buffalo Look no further than Lourdes Gurriel, Jr….
This isn’t your last year’s Toronto Blue Jays. In 2018, everyone experienced what cheering for a miserable club that didn’t even try to be entertaining was like, but now it’s something different and 2019 is finally showing its true potential.
The Blue Jays are coming home off of their split of the four-game series against the White Sox. Not only did the Blue Jays have to visit the scary side of Chicago, but they also had to play through horrendous weather conditions as well. Thankfully, they get to come home to a place that has…
Fresh off of Vladimir Guerrero Jr’s first home run in San Francisco, the Blue Jays hoped to carry that momentum to Guaranteed Rate Field, where, this weekend, they battled the middling White Sox in a four-game set that took place over the course of a soggy weekend in the Windy City. With some clutch hits…
Clayton Richard was with the Blue Jays when the team arrived in Chicago to open up their four-game series with the White Sox on Thursday, so everyone assumed that he would be making his season debut on Saturday. It turns out that isn’t the case. Instead, lefty knuckleballer Ryan Feierabend will be getting the start.
In a demolishing of the Chicago White Sox, starter Aaron Sanchez left early due to an apparent finger injury after training staff evaluation.
Since the Blue Jays and Orioles met in the tense and exciting wild card game back in 2016, that, as we know, featured the legendary walk-off blast from Edwin Encarnacion off of Ubaldo Jimenez, nothing has gone right for either franchise.
Don’t feel bad if you missed it, but Aaron Sanchez struck out 11 batters in his last outing this past Sunday. Yes, 11. It was the second-most strikeouts in a single start in his entire career. Due to the lack of fanfare, Sanchez’ 11-K effort might’ve been the least-publicized high strikeout game in recent memory….
One of the exciting transactions for the 2019 Blue Jays rotation will be making his debut this Saturday in Chicago against the White Sox.