The Blue Jays made a major move to bolster their bullpen on Friday evening, acquiring right-hander Drew Storen and cash from the Nationals for outfielder Ben Revere and a player to be named.
The Blue Jays have kept most of their 2015 roster intact, but the one area of major turnover can be found in the starting rotation. David Price is gone and Mark Buehrle is moving on, with a pair of familiar faces taking their place. Former Blue Jays J.A. Happ and Jesse Chavez returned to the […]
Roger Clemens and Fred McGriff were among the former Blue Jays players who fell short in the number of votes required for election into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday evening.
The Blue Jays acquired right-hander Arnold Leon from the A’s on Tuesday afternoon in exchange for a player to be named or future cash considerations.
Blue Jays beat reporter Gregor Chisholm fields several questions from fans.
The holiday season came early for lucky participants of the Rookie League, as Jays Care Foundation hosted 400 children from local community housing neighborhoods at the 2015 Snow Ball.
The Arizona Fall League revealed its 2015 Top Prospects Team on Monday, recognizing players who distinguished themselves during the league’s six-week schedule. Fall League managers and coaches voted for the team, considering both performance and Major League projectability.
Who do the Blue Jays have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Toronto’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
The Blue Jays went 22 years between postseason appearances but the wait that seemed like an eternity might have all been worth it because of one inning in the American League Division Series.
The Blue Jays finally returned to the postseason in 2015, but there will be expectations for something even bigger and better next year. Here’s a look at the top five questions surrounding the Blue Jays heading into 2016.
In what has become a year-end tradition, MLB.com takes a look back at the top storylines of the year — the Top 15 for 2015.
The 2015 season will be remembered as the year that meaningful baseball finally returned north of the border and Blue Jays fever exploded across the country. Here’s a look back at the top five moments from Toronto’s run to the AL Championship Series.