As a result of the lockout pushing the start of the season back and Major League Baseball not wanting to go deeper into October and November, teams will be playing some scheduled double-headers in order to squeeze all 162 games into the calendar.
The Blue Jays nearly pulled off a sweep of the Boston Red Sox this week but some bullpen struggles resulted in a loss in the finale.
According to Jon Morosi, the Jays are one of the teams looking at the Kansas City Royals’ Andrew Benintendi.
You won’t want to miss what’s happening at the Rogers Centre on Canada Day. For the first time since 2019, the Toronto Blue Jays are scheduled to play in Canada on the country’s birthday, which hasn’t been possible over the last few seasons due to COVID-19 border restrictions. One of the ways the team plans…
Trade Deadline Primer: Looking for teams that can give the Blue Jays pitching depth and make them more left-handed
Last year around this time the Blue Jays’ trade deadline needs were shaping up to a left-handed bat, relief pitching help, and arguably another starting pitcher.
Well, that was eventful, now wasn’t it?
Nate Pearson simply just can’t stay healthy. The Toronto Blue Jays pitcher has encountered another tough injury break as he’s being shut down for three-four weeks while he recovers from a right lat strain. He’ll be re-evaluated afterwards to determine if he can resume baseball activities. Nate Pearson (right lat strain) is being shut down…
Like most clubs, the Toronto Blue Jays have relied heavily on their bullpen throughout the first half of the 2022 season and while that’s resulted in several one-run victories, it’s also led to a very taxing workload, particularly as of late.
Vladdy won’t be slugging it out with the best of ’em.
The summer of Alejandro continues.
We wanted bullpen help and here it is!
The Blue Jays’ starting pitching has become a problem.