Boy, Jays-related content is sparse right now. Since I’ve talked enough about Vlad in the AFL and the Manager Search recently, let’s switch gears and talk about something completely dif…
by: Chris Henderson — Fansided: Jays Journal 9 Oct
After the Blue Jays won just 67 games back in the 2004 season, how did the front office react in an attempt to rebuild? There are some similarities for Ros...
by: Mike — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 5 Oct
J.A. Happ will start ALDS Game One tomorrow night Only nine questions in the mailbag this week because, frankly, the postseason is wearing me out over at CBS. The League Division Series round is always the busiest. There are many games! Anyway, send your.
by: CBN Staff — Canadien Baseball Network 3 Oct
At 11:39 p.m. on Oct. 23, 1993, Joe Carter hit a walk-off home run to win the World Series and capture a second consecutive World Championship for the Toronto Blue Jays. To celebrate this historical moment in Canadian history and the back to back...
by: Bill Shaikin — Los Angeles Times 1 Oct
He did what we all aspire to do. He left the place in better shape than he found it.
by: Mike DiGiovanna — Los Angeles Times 30 Sep
A fixture in the Angels dugout for nearly two decades and the manager who led the franchise to its only World Series championship in 2002, will step down at the end of this season, his 19th with the team.
by: Jonah Keri — Sportsnet 20 Sep
Welcome to our final Jays Mailbag of 2018. In this edition, Jonah Keri answers your questions on some top prospects, trading veterans and bunting against the shift.
by: Bill Felber — Fansided: Call To The Pen 5 Sep
The next in our countdown of the best all-time general managers has been in his office for 20 years now with the most visible organization in the game. New...