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.
The Blue Jays have been informed they are out of the running for 23-year-old Japanese star Shohei Ohtani.
The Blue Jays have found the versatile infielder they were looking for after acquiring Aledmys Diaz from the Cardinals in exchange for Minor League outfielder J.B. Woodman.
Ryan Goins and Tom Koehler are officially free agents after the Blue Jays declined to tender contracts to both players prior to Friday night’s 8 p.m. ET deadline.
Andrew Tinnish won’t be joining the Braves after all. The Blue Jays’ assistant general manager has instead decided to stick with Toronto because of “personal family considerations.”
Tom Koehler’s future hangs in the balance this week as the Blue Jays must decide which arbitration-eligible players will be tendered a contract before Friday’s deadline.
The Blue Jays will honor the life and career of franchise icon Roy Halladay when their 2018 season officially opens March 29.
One of the Blue Jays’ longest-serving front-office executives has decided to join his former boss in Atlanta. Andrew Tinnish officially left his post as Toronto’s assistant general manager this week to become the Braves’ vice president of amateur and international scouting.