Just after escaping the COVID-19 hellhole known as Florida, the Blue Jays will soon be on their way back to the heart of the beast.
A deeper look at the Blue Jays’ 60-man roster and which prospects might actually make their way into a game
The Blue Jays, along with all of the other teams, announced their 60-man roster yesterday.
Blue Jays 60-man player pool features top prospects Nate Pearson, Simeon Woods Richardson, Jordan Groshans, and Alek Manoah
The Blue Jays finalized their 60-man player pool today, which will feature the group of players that they can invite to training camp and have potentially play for them during the 2020 season.
The Blue Jays are no longer in limbo. The team has been given clearance to travel north to conduct “spring” training in Toronto.
Before I get into this I’m going to put the disclaimer right at the top: I have deep and unrelenting reservations about the wisdom of even trying to play baseball this year, this is not me endorsing the idea. But they seem determined to and given that circumstance, I confess to having a bit of…
Baseball America put out a post-draft update to their top-100 prospects list on Wednesday and it seems they’ve really bought into the Austin Martin hype.
The last time we watched a Blue Jays baseball game, Nate Pearson was dealing.
Conventional wisdom suggests that the Major League Baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint. That won’t be the case this year.
What we know about MLB’s 60-game sprint: A lot of AL East games, the 60-man taxi squad, universal DH, and more!
Baseball is back! The Players’ Association has agreed to report to training camps for July 1 with eyes on a possible start date as early as July 23 or 24. The season will be 60 games, which represents Major League Baseball’s shortest schedule since 1878.
Whether the players like it or not, it looks like there’s going to be a baseball season this summer. Well, something resembling a baseball season.
On a sizzling afternoon in North Texas, Zac Cook cruises down I-35 on his way home from practice with the Texas Stix, a team for whom he coaches. Wearing a pair of orange-tinted sunglasses and a black Stix hat, he’s relaxed and proud, even if the sports he loves is in disarray at the professional…
Blue Jays Draft Update: Zach Britton signs under-slot deal while C.J. Van Eyk and Trent Palmer sign over-slot deals
The Blue Jays have now signed three of their five draft picks as pitchers C.J. Van Eyk and Trent Palmer along with outfielder Zach Britton have agreed to deals. First-round pick Austin Martin and fourth-round pick Nick Frasso have yet to sign.