The Blue Jays made quick strikes in free agency during each of the past two years. The same thing might happen again this offseason.
The Blue Jays added a former first-round Draft pick on Monday afternoon and made a series of moves to trim their 40-man roster before the official start of free agency.
Jose Bautista’s tenure in Toronto is over as the team will not pick their end of a 2018 mutual option, MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand reports.
The Blue Jays are expected to have a busy offseason as they attempt to reshape their roster. But before a lot of the work can be done, some crucial decisions must be made.
T.J. Zeuch and Max Pentecost represent the Blue Jays in the Arizona Fall League’s 12th annual Fall Stars Game tonight at 8 p.m. ET. Watch live as the best prospects in the AFL square off on MLB Network and MLB.com.
For the first time in three years, the Blue Jays had to watch October baseball from afar. Now, they have some work to do to make sure it doesn’t happen again in 2018.
The Blue Jays took care of some minor housekeeping prior to the start of Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night by outrighting Bo Schultz, Cesar Valdez and Darrell Ceciliani from their 40-man roster.
For the past dozen years, the Ariziona Fall League has gathered all of the future stars on one field for the Fall Stars Game. The rosters for this year’s edition were announced on Monday and, as usual, they are jam packed with talent.
T.J. Zeuch, the Blue Jays’ No. 5 prospect, is taking the Arizona Fall League by storm. The 22-year-old allowed four hits and one run in five frames for the Peoria in its 9-8 win against the Salt River Rafters.
Voting is currently underway for the annual Esurance MLB Awards, where former Toronto utilityman Chris Coghlan has been nominated for the best offensive play of the year.
The Blue Jays made T.J. Zeuch the 21st overall pick in the 2016 Draft, and he demonstrated why on Friday night. Pitching for the Peoria Javelinas, Zeuch cruised through five scoreless innings in a 2-0 defeat of the Scottsdale Scorpions