On the night that the Toronto Maple Leafs (hopefully) lost to Tampa, the Toronto Blue Jays won 5-1.
According to Shi Davidi, 24-year-old right-handed pitcher Yosver Zulueta and 19-year-old left handed pitcher Ricky Tiedemann are being called up to High A Vancouver.
Remember the COVID shortened season?
Who cares if the calendar just turned May, we want rumours, and we want it now.
When asked about how I would like to exit this world, I often say surrounded by friends and family, or Blue Jay fans.
Remember my “Top 20 Blue Jays prospects in the pre-season” articles I did in March and April?
On Friday, we looked at who the Blue Jays could possibly pick with their 23rd overall pick. Today, we’ll be looking at prospects who the Jays could pick with their second round pick, which is the 60th overall.
Want some roster moves? Well, we got some roster moves!
As I write this, it’s April 28th. The MLB draft is two and a half months away, do I care? Not in the slightest.
The Blue Jays won a pitcher’s duel, 1-0. If I’m being honest, Alek Manoah is about to win the Cy Young award in late April.
An early look at the position players the Blue Jays lost in free agency, and who they were replaced by
Earlier, we posted an article that compared the new pitchers, Kevin Gausman and Yusei Kikuchi, to the pitchers the Jays lost during the off-season, Robbie Ray and Steven Matz.
This is not an article to say I told you so. Players are human beings and I want the best for Cavan Biggio.