The Blue Jays’ starting rotation went from a supposed strength to a noticeable weakness in 2017. Will a similar group bounce back this year?
There is still plenty of time for things to change, but the Blue Jays’ current projected lineup looks very similar to the one that they ended the 2017 season with.
Increased versatility has been the Blue Jays’ top priority this offseason, and general manager Ross Atkins further stressed its importance on Saturday afternoon by trading for infielder Yangervis Solarte.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette will get their first taste of life in Toronto when the Blue Jays host their annual rookie development program at Rogers Centre later this month.
Gregor Chisholm answers questions about the slow-moving free-agent market, Devon Travis and more.
The Blue Jays are planning to add more infield depth, but during an offseason that has been slow to develop. this is one area of the roster where the current status quo should work.
Russell Martin remains Toronto’s undisputed No. 1 catcher and behind him there are a lot of question marks.
There has been a shift of power in the American League East, and for the first time in three years, the Blue Jays will enter the upcoming season as clear underdogs in the division. Here’s a closer look at the top five pressing questions facing the Blue Jays as they enter 2018.
The Blue Jays’ 2017 season began with high expectations, but a lack of depth and countless injuries made sure it never really got off the ground. Toronto placed 25 players on the disabled list in 2017, which resulted in 1,394 games lost to injury and eliminated any hopes of contending. The Blue Jays dropped to […]
Jonathan Mayo breaks down a list of an even dozen prospects — six hitters and six pitchers — who seem primed to have big 2018 seasons and who could, as a result, land on our Top 100 at some point in the current year.
Gregor Chisholm answers questions about defense, up-and-coming players and more.