Toronto Blue Jays

Justin Merrlles - Mar 21, 2023

In the coming few days, MLB teams will make tough decisions by making tough cuts. As the rosters go down to the 26, the Toronto Blue Jays have a few players on the bubble between making the team or heading to Buffalo. One of these bubble players is Otto Lopez, a middle infielder from the Dominican […]

On the day known for Festivus, the Toronto Blue Jays found their outfielder by making a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks for Daulton Varsho. Going back to the Diamondbacks will be former top-10 prospect Gabriel Moreno and outfielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr. This trade, on paper, is a win-win for both sides. The Blue Jays round […]

Justin Merrlles - Dec 18, 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays were a contender last season in the American League. Despite finishing fourth, they did not meet fans’ expectations in the playoffs. After the Blue Jays traded Teoscar Hernandez, there is now an available spot to acquire another outfielder. The Blue Jays have signed Kevin Kiermaier, and many fans argue that his […]

  In a surprising turn of events, Chris Bassitt has signed a 3-year $63 million contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, per Jeff Passan of ESPN. Bassitt has been one of the highly sought-after right-handed pitchers available as a free agent this off-season after a solid season with the New York Mets. Across 30 starts […]

Justin Merrlles - Dec 10, 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed veteran outfielder Kevin Kiermaier to an agreement. According to Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi Kiermaier the Lefty This is a player that Blue Jays fans should be familiar with. In nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays, he hit .248/.308/.407 with 82 home runs and 316 RBI. Kiermaier became a free […]

Marlins-Blue Jays Trade
Justin Merrlles - Nov 19, 2022

Remember that Marlins-Blue Jays trade from 2012? Toronto Blue Jays General Manager Alex Anthopoulos was looking to make a trade to turn Toronto into a playoff contender. Following a 73–89 record and finishing fourth in the AL East, the Blue Jays needed work. With budding stars like José Bautista and Edwin Encarnación, Anthopoulos sought complementary […]

Teoscar Hernandez Trade

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Teoscar Hernández was traded to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for right-handed reliever Erik Swanson and minor league pitcher Adam Macko. The Hernández trade shouldn’t come as a shock to many. A move like this was going to happen for Toronto this off-season. The Blue Jays’ bullpen was like a roller […]

2022 NL MVP and 2022 AL MVP Finalists (Top Row, L to R) Paul Goldschmidt, Manny Machado, Nolan Arenado Bottom Row, L to R: Aaron Judge, Shohei Ohtani, Yordan Alvarez
Evan Thompson - Nov 14, 2022

Who the 2022 AL MVP and NL MVP Should Be: The Numbers MLB Network announced the awards finalists — the top three vote-getters in each league’s award category — Monday night, November 7. As happens every year, the finalists generated lots of discussion. A big point of contention, as usual, came over the definition of […]

Roy Halladay
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Nov 7, 2022

It’s been five years since Roy Halladay passed away. The baseball star died in 2017 after his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico near Florida. Halladay’s passing still hurts many to this day, but he will never leave its peak now that he is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. However, his […]

Gold Glove Award

All-Star Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has won the Rawlings Gold Glove Award for AL first basemen. He’s one of 14 first-time winners who put up excellent defensive seasons. The 23-year-old finished ahead Minnestoa’s Luis Arraez and New York’s Anthony Rizzo to claim the award. José Berrios, Matt Chapman, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Whit Merrifield were finalists […]

1992 World Series

The 1992 World Series was special because Canada was represented in the Fall Classic for the first time in 89 years. Led by Roberto Alomar, Joe Carter, and Dave Winfield, the Toronto Blue Jays were ready to make a statement to the rest of the baseball world. Meanwhile, their opponents, the Atlanta Braves, were coming […]

2022 Gold Glove

Rawlings announced its 2022 Gold Glove finalists on Thursday afternoon. Five Toronto Blue Jays are among the nominees. José Berríos, Jackie Bradley Jr., Matt Chapman, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and Whit Merrifield finished in the top three at their respective positions. Each will learn on November 1 whether or not they won the award.  The selection […]

John Schneider

John Schneider, Blue Jays Reach Agreement On 3-Year Contract John Schneider is staying put as the Toronto Blue Jays manager, removing his interim tag status with a three-year contract extension. The deal also includes a club option for the 2026 season. Schneider replaced the incumbent Charlie Montoyo, who was dismissed on July 13. After an […]

Biggio Surprising Offense
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Sep 16, 2022

Cavan Biggio and His Surprising Offensive Numbers Cavan Biggio has some surprising offensive numbers that might come as a shock to many. After all, he is not an everyday player, as he’s struggled with the bat overall since coming to the big leagues. However, the lack of playing time when looking at Biggio’s offensive numbers […]

Youngest Shortstops

Hitting three home runs in a game is a remarkable accomplishment, especially for young shortstops. It’s frequently compared to the rarity of a no-hitter, triple plays or even four home run games. However, what’s rare are the youngest shortstops who have homered three times in a game. Only five players have done it, with one […]

Bo Bichette

Bo Bichette is raking again. But, for a player who’s been looking for consistency all season, he did something no other shortstop in the AL has done before. According to Stats by STATS, he’s the first shortstop in AL history to have six hits and three home runs in a single day. Bo Bichette of […]

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Brandon Willman - Sep 5, 2022

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Tony Travisano - Sep 5, 2022

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