The Blue Jays have seven former players on the ballot for possible entry into next year’s Baseball Hall of Fame class. The 2018 ballot was released on Monday afternoon and it includes former Toronto RHP Chris Carpenter, RHP Roger Clemens, 2B Orlando Hudson, 2B Jeff Kent, 1B Fred McGriff , 3B Scott Rolen and SS […]
The two Arizona Fall League teams with the most prospect talent will meet Saturday for the championship when the Peoria Javelinas face the Mesa Solar Sox.
The Blue Jays brought back a familiar face on Thursday afternoon by signing former first-round pick Deck McGuire to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training.
Beat reporter Gregor Chisholm opens the Inbox to answer fans’ questions about Roy Halladay, Kevin Pillar’s chances for a Gold Glove in the future and whether or not the Blue Jays will rebuild.
The Blue Jays are not opposed to signing a free agent tied to compensation, but general manager Ross Atkins won’t say whether that applies to outfielder Lorenzo Cain.
The Blue Jays family joined the entire baseball community on Tuesday afternoon to mourn the loss of Roy Halladay and pay tribute to the man who impacted so many lives across Canada and throughout the United States.
The Blue Jays have several areas of need this offseason, and the first priority appears to be adding a versatile infielder that increases overall depth.
Watch Lourdes Gurriel and the Blue Jays’ Arizona Fall League contingent in the AFL’s Military Appreciation Game.
The Arizona Fall League’s best and most prospect-laden team will play before a national television audience Saturday night when the Peoria Javelinas visit the Surprise Saguaros.
Major League Baseball’s offseason has only begun and already it feels like Spring Training is just around the corner. With approximately three months until the start of camp, Toronto announced its home schedule for next year’s Grapefruit League season on Friday morning.
A few of the Blue Jays’ top picks were all together in Vancouver for the Northwest League’s Short-Season, picking up a title along the way. First-rounders Nate Pearson and Logan Warmoth, along with third-rounder Riley Adams all performed well with Vancouver and are now wrapping a bow on their first pro experience at instructs.
On Monday, Arizona Diamondbacks scout Tim Wilken stopped by a high school baseball field near Clearwater, Fla. He wanted to give the Calvary Christian team’s pitching coach and Wilken’s former Draft pick, Roy Halladay, a copy of the scouting report from 1995 when Wilken, then with the Blue Jays, first saw the right-handed pitcher.