Billy McKinney is being given a shot to show up his former team. The Blue Jays have recalled the outfielder acquired in the J.A. Happ trade to replace Luke Maile who was placed on the paternity list.
One of the biggest reasons for the letdown in 2018 has been a calf injury that ultimately derailed Josh Donaldson’s season. The former MVP has played in just 36 games for the Blue Jays this year and has been on the disabled list since late May. As a result, the Jays weren’t able to deal Donaldson…
It was an interesting night in Toronto’s farm system on Thursday. Down in Bluefield, 17-year-old Eric Pardinho threw the best start of his professional career, tossing six-and-a-third perfect innings. In New Hampshire, Cavan Biggio smacked two bombs, including a walk-off home run, to improve on his league-leading total.
I haven’t really paid much attention to the Atlanta Braves this season. I don’t know why, to be honest, considering they’re a fun team loaded with young talent that literally nobody expected to be good this year. But after Ronald Acuna got drilled in the elbow by Jose Urena last night — for no other…
Over a decade later, MVP Baseball is still the best baseball video game ever made. The game was overflowing with stuff to do, like a franchise mode where you could manage three minor league affiliates and the entire financial side of your organization, an owner mode where you could build your own stadium over time,…
It was a Large Adult Son overload in Kansas City tonight as Danny Jansen and Sean Reid-Foley each made their Major League debuts. Reid-Foley struggled a little bit with command but showed nice poise to grind through five innings of work while Jansen picked up a couple hits and threw out a baserunner.
Let’s talk about Vlad, Bo, and some of the new Large Adult Sons acquired prior to the trade deadline.
Boom! Just like that there are two more reasons to pay attention to Blue Jays games. Catcher Danny Jansen has been recalled and Sean Reid-Foley is going to join him and make his first Major League start on Monday.
Mike Hauschild pitched a gem of a six-inning relief appearance in Seattle, earning him a start in the rotation. He didn’t have as good of a time against the Red Sox, so he was sent packing and prospect Thomas Pannone was recalled in his place.
Boy oh boy, the Blue Jays are painful to watch right now. The Seattle series was good and fun, but since returning home the Jays have put up a couple miserable performances against an absolutely dominant Boston Red Sox team.
The frustrating season for Brandon Drury continues. After looking like he had finally started to figure things out in Seattle, the newly-acquired Blue Jay has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a fractured hand.
The times are changing in Toronto. As the back-to-back ALCS teams from 2015 and 2016 have become a distant memory, we’ve shifted our focus to the prospects of the future. Speaking of that future, it appears that manager John Gibbons isn’t going to be a part of it.