Danny Barnes knows his spot on the Blue Jays’ roster is secure, so he’s spending some of his time this spring trying to master the slider.
The Blue Jays are looking for two things from Joe Biagini this spring: Consistent mechanics and increased tempo between pitches.
Curtis Granderson was in the leadoff spot for Toronto’s first game of the spring on Friday, but — despite his leadoff homer against the Phillies’ Nick Pivetta — it doesn’t sound like he’s a realistic candidate to hit there during the regular season.
The Blue Jays will officially open their Grapefruit League season on Friday afternoon, when right-hander Joe Biagini takes the mound against Philadelphia. Biagini will spend most of Spring Training working as a starter, but he’s not currently in the mix for a spot in the rotation. Barring injuries, Toronto is expected to open the year […]
The Blue Jays will officially open their Grapefruit League season against the Phillies on Friday afternoon with a projected 25-man roster that appears mostly set.
The Blue Jays are still two days away from the start of their Grapefruit League season, but some important storylines have already emerged out of Spring Training.
Right-hander Joe Biagini will get the start when the Blue Jays host the Phillies in their first Grapefruit League game of the year on Friday afternoon at Dunedin Stadium.
Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez showed no signs of the lingering injuries that cost him most of the 2017 season after throwing his first session of live batting practice on Tuesday. The 25-year-old right-hander saw action against a group that included sluggers Kendrys Morales, Steve Pearce, Justin Smoak and Josh Donaldson at the Bobby Mattick […]
One day after Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson shut down contract negotiations, general manager Ross Atkins addressed the media at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.
Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson fully expects to hit free agency at the end of the season because his representatives and Toronto’s front office have not seen “eye to eye” on the framework of a long-term deal.
Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki says the bone spur in his right foot is feeling a lot better, but he stopped short of saying that he would be ready for the start of the season.