Another one of the Blue Jays top prospects will be getting called-up this Friday. Cavan Biggio is getting promoted to the majors and will make his big-league debut with the club soon.
Growing more and more desperate for pitching, the Toronto Blue Jays have claimed lefty reliever Zac Rosscup from the Seattle Mariners.
Signed as a minor-league option in the outfield, familiar friend Ben Revere was released by the Blue Jays on Wednesday morning.
The Toronto Blue Jays got Rowdy on a Tuesday night and crushed the Boston Red Sox 10-3 at home, tying up a four-game series.
Claimed off waivers by the Blue Jays on Wednesday and assigned to Triple-A Buffalo, pitcher Jimmy Cordero has been promoted up to Toronto.
Brought in as a relief option to sure-up the bullpen this past offseason, the Washington Nationals have claimed relief pitcher Javy Guerra off waivers from the Blue Jays.
In a week that will be known as his coming out party, rookie Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has won his first (of probably many) Player of the Week award.
With some designated trade chips in hand, it appears that we might be seeing the first one sold by the Blue Jays this season and it might be Ken Giles to the Chicago Cubs.
This isn’t your last year’s Toronto Blue Jays. In 2018, everyone experienced what cheering for a miserable club that didn’t even try to be entertaining was like, but now it’s something different and 2019 is finally showing its true potential.
In a demolishing of the Chicago White Sox, starter Aaron Sanchez left early due to an apparent finger injury after training staff evaluation.
One of the exciting transactions for the 2019 Blue Jays rotation will be making his debut this Saturday in Chicago against the White Sox.
On a full count against Nick Vincent of the San Francisco Giants on a Tuesday night, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his first home run of his major league career, and it is the most gorgeous thing.