Finding the Upside in Chase Anderson

The Blue Jays acquired Chase Anderson from the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday. Anderson comes to Toronto as a reliable innings eater, throwing around 140-150 innings with an ERA around four each season. He brings with him a five pitch mix, most notably an elite changeup. 


Blue Jays remove Devon Travis and Ryan Tepera from the 40-man roster

With Monday being the deadline to reinstate players from the 60-day Injured List, the Blue Jays were forced to make some difficult roster decisions. They needed to free up two spots on the 40-man in order to fit Lourdes Gurriel, Ryan Borucki, Tim Mayza, Matt Shoemaker, Devon Travis, and the newly-acquired Chase Anderson on the…


20 Things: Adversity is part of the process

Welcome to Blue Jays Nation’s Season In Review. Instead of doing boring-ass, standard player-by-player reviews or handing out some arbitrary report cards, I’m going to talk about 20 things that are on my mind heading into 2020. Today, we have what to make of Vlad Jr’s rookie season.  The expectations placed on Vladimir Guerrero Jr….


The market for Ken Giles is becoming more clear

One of the more challenging decisions Ross Atkins will have to make this winter is what to do with Ken Giles. The team tried to trade their ace closer at the trade deadline, but, thanks to a nagging injury, nothing worthwhile transpired. Now, just one year from free agency, the Jays will have to find…