With super-prospect Vladimir Guerrero charging through the system and kids like Danny Jansen getting here and doing well we should review some of the Jays past top prospects.
by: Mike Axisa — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 14 Aug
Mets 8, Yankees 5: Another dud for Luis Severino For only the the fifth time in the last 12 games, Shane Robinson did not start for the Yankees last night. Robinson has played so much lately because Aaron Judge and Clint Frazier are on the disabled list,.
by: Paul Taylor — Fansided: Tip of the Tower 6 Aug
Curtis Granderson has been named the Toronto Blue Jays' Heart and Hustle Award recipient by the MLBPAA and it's thoroughly deserved. The chances are Curt...
by: Chad Finn — Boston Globe Media 1 Aug
Isn’t it strange that they haven’t met in the postseason since 2004 and The October That Made It All Worth It?
by: Bryan Mcwilliam — The Score 30 Jul
Voices cracked, eyes watered, and memorable stories were told during an emotional Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown as Chipper Jones, Jim Thome, Trevor Hoffman, Vladimir Guerrero, Jack Morris, and Alan Trammell were recognized as the 2018 inductees of the..
by: Clayton Richer — Fansided: Jays Journal 23 Jul
Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin can undoubtedly still impact a ball game in more ways than just with his stick as we all witnessed yesterday howev...
by: Jeff Blair — Sportsnet 13 Jul
Just for yucks, let’s take a look at the Blue Jays as they head into the All-Star break. Who should stay, who should go?
by: Richard Griffin - Baseball Columnist — Toronto Star 9 Jul
In this week’s Hot Corner, Rich Griffin argues that MLB should scrap the rule which has every single team get at least one player at the annual all-star game.
by: Lee Judge — The Kansas City Star: Judging the Royals 21 Jul
We don’t think about it much, but teammates can make each other better or worse. The Royals’ Alex Gordon began the bottom of the ninth by working a seven-pitch walk, and that changed what Rockies closer Greg Holland was doing. Bouncing a slider in the...