It’s the start of the best time of year — transaction season baby! To start it off, the Blue Jays have reportedly outrighted pitchers Buddy Boshers and Brock Stewart.
Turns out, karma might exist.
When a team can claim a pitcher from the 2019 Seattle Mariners, you just have to take the opportunity.
All around baseball, front office and coaching staff are leaving their now former teams and the Blue Jays aren’t an exception.
In a season that ended up being only known for some star debuts, the 2019 Toronto Blue Jays have two finalists for the Gold Glove Award for their positions.
In the September content that we all crave, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was quoted earlier this week to have never lifted weights in the offseason before, but he is going to start now. As it turns out with a pre-game quote before the Blue Jays play against the Trash Birds on Monday, he actually does lift,…
In the middle of the Sept. 10 game against the New York Yankees, lefty reliever Tim Mayza suffered a UCL injury and will require Tommy John surgery. The tendon ripped off his bone so hard that Justin Smoak heard the sound it made from first base.
There are still more transactions to be made as the season winds down into the single digit games remaining. After getting DFA’d earlier by the Yankees, the Blue Jays have claimed RHP Ryan Dull off waivers.
Never truly considered a top prospect for the Blue Jays, T.J. Zeuch made his MLB debut Tuesday night in Atlanta against the Braves and demonstrated why he’s been growing his prospect clout throughout this year.
Two young pitchers on the verge of making the big leagues and in talks to be part of the 2020 Blue Jays rotation are going to be part of the September call-ups with rosters expanding.
It’s been so long since the Blue Jays were candidates to be no-hit what seemed like every single game, but here on the first day of September, Justin Verlander has thrown a no-hitter in the Rogers Centre against the Jays.
The Toronto Blue Jays are suddenly an exciting offensive team. Full of young stars that have the potential to carry a team into eventually winning more games than they lose, but beyond the Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, and Cavan Biggio trio, there appears to be a newly found hole in the future infield.