The Blue Jays made a minor league signing yesterday, inking pitcher James Dykstra. Now normally minor league signings don’t generate much buzz. The Blue Jays have already signed a couple players to minor league deals already including A.J. Cole. What makes Dykstra different is this: I want to send a huge thank you to @PitchingNinja!!…
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.
In a season where the bullpen has been going through evolving changes often, a steady force in Ryan Tepera has been mainly left out due to an injury suffer earlier this season.
Just as Travis Bergen — the other pitcher plucked out of the Rule 5 Draft from the Blue Jays system — is returned to Toronto, Jordan Romano is coming back to the big leagues after an injury stint.
According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, who is currently at the Rogers Centre covering the final game of the series against the Blue Jays, Marcus Stroman has been traded to the New York Mets.
After the constant speculation, the first trade of many in the next 72 hours has happened. Infielder Eric Sogard is now a member of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Injured List carousel continues for the Blue Jays, as just before their 3:07 pm ET start against the Rays, it has been announced that Luke Maile will take a stint on the 10-day IL and 24-year-old Reese McGuire will be taking his spot on the roster.
After last night’s report from Andy Martino of SNY, regarding the Blue Jays potentially signing Stroman to an extension if they don’t find the desired trade return, the starter took to Twitter to respond to a certain tweet.
As the transaction season is just starting to slowly begin, the Blue Jays are at the centre of the seller market and will have eyes on them for any upcoming trades.
After the outfielder suffered a concussion during his spring, he has been slowly recovering and the Blue Jays were forced to make a decision on his future with the team this week.
The start of what should be a busy week for the Toronto Blue Jays, sees one of last year’s young breakout players returning and making his season debut, while another starter heads to the Injured List.
With their first series in the book after the All-Star break, the Blue Jays have optioned first baseman Rowdy Tellez down to Triple-A Buffalo.