The Blue Jays are stepping up to support the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund by auctioning off a unique game experience for the 2018 season.
The American League East got a whole lot more competitive on Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, but the Blue Jays insist the rest of the division loading up on talent will not impact their plans for 2018.
The Blue Jays have arrived at Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings with the Hot Stove in full swing. Rivals are already making big moves, and now it’s up to Toronto to respond.
Jack Morris, a 21-game winner for the Blue Jays in 1992, was named to the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 by the Modern Era Committee on Sunday, along with longtime teammate Alan Trammell.
The Blue Jays haven’t made a lot of moves at recent Winter Meetings, but make no mistake about it, the annual event has played a crucial role in franchise history.
General manager Ross Atkins will head to Lake Buena Vista, Fla., later this week for the annual Winter Meetings needing to do a little bit of everything. Hitting, pitching, defense, it doesn’t matter; the Blue Jays need it all.
Josh Donaldson’s second-half surge was enough to overtake Justin Smoak in a tight vote for the Blue Jays’ Player of the Year Award as announced by the Toronto Baseball Writers’ Association of America on Wednesday afternoon.
Rogers Communications Inc. would consider a possible sale of the Blue Jays to free up capital for other investments, chief financial officer Tony Staffieri said Tuesday.
The Blue Jays will have some question marks entering the 2018 season, but the man headlining their starting rotation should not be among them.
The Blue Jays have one new piece in place after acquiring Aledmys Diaz from the Cardinals last week, but plenty of work remains, and the upcoming Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., might be where a lot of it gets done.
Right-hander Luis Santos is returning for another stint with the Blue Jays.