Daily Duce: MLB cancels Spring Training and delays Opening Day for two weeks amidst Coronavirus pandemic
With more and more young stars signing long-term extensions before reaching their arbitration years, eyes have turned to the Blue Jays’ front office and how they plan to handle their young core. Bo Bichette, Vlad Guerrero Jr., and Cavan Biggio just broke into the league last year, but it isn’t out of the question to…
After an ugly week, the Blue Jays are on a three-game winning streak! It’s amazing how quickly things can flip around when the games mean absolutely nothing!
Anthony Alford’s spring training — and, ultimately his pursuit of grabbing the roster spot that everybody wanted him to grab — got off to a bang.
One guy’s injury is another’s opportunity.
We’ve reached the slog-stages of spring training and I haven’t done a post about the actual games in a week, so there’s quite a bit to talk about this time. The Blue Jays Jays have dropped four games in a row and have featured some uuuuuugly pitching performances.
I usually wait for a few days so that I can round up two or three of these games into a more worthwhile post, but Nate Pearson changed everything.
After having a game cancelled due to rain on Wednesday, the Jays picked up a tie and a win on Thursday and Friday afternoon. Can you FEEL the excitement?
One of the names surprisingly still kicking around there without a job is former Houstons Astros swingman Collin McHugh. According to Scott Mitchell, the Blue Jays have internally discussed McHugh as a late-spring addition.
Everyone’s focus on the Major League Baseball Expansion Into Canada front has been entirely on bringing the Montreal Expos back to life. But, thanks to executives from Major League Baseball going on two separate trips to B.C. Place in Vancouver in the last two years, attention is shifting west.