Toronto Blue Jays rumors
The Blue Jays take the rehabbing right-hander with their first pick.
Alomar is barred from working in baseball following a sexual misconduct investigation.
The Blue Jays took a gamble on the former All-Star after he missed most of 2020, and it doesn’t appear it’ll pay off.
After months of speculation, Springer finally lands with the Blue Jays.
The Blue Jays continue their busy offseason by signing a veteran closer.
With less than a week until Opening Day, the Jays will have to find an alternate site to play their games this season.
Ryu should effectively serve as the replacement for Marcus Stroman atop Toronto’s rotation.
The Astros add some extra bullpen depth just prior to the deadline.
The Cubs make yet another veteran addition to their bullpen.
Arguably the top pitcher on the trade market is headed to the Big Apple.
It appears as if No. 6’s days in The 6 may be numbered.
The Jays select the first right-handed pitcher of this year’s draft at No. 11 overall.
The long wait is finally over.
Free agency is apparently ancient history.
All 30 teams begin their quest for a World Series title today.
Toronto’s ace wants to be with franchise for long haul, but no contract extension has been extended to the right-hander.
The veteran shortstop adds some stability to Toronto’s infield.
San Diego is searching for one more starter to add to its rotation.
We take a look back at this week and see which players, teams, and GMs had a good or bad week in Las Vegas
Toronto decides to not bring back its veteran manager for 2019.