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  • • Blue Jays' Miller joins Vikings as chief operating officer
    Vikings hire Toronto Blue Jays executive Andrew Miller as chief operating officer        ...
  • • The 10 worst MLB players so far in 2019
    A lot can happen in six months, which is why we try to not jump to conclusions about MLB player and team results with just one month in the books. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take a good look at what transpired on the diamond, though. After spotlighting the best hitters and starting pitchers from March and April, we’re doing the same for those g...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero not returning to Anaheim to watch son for great reason
    The Toronto Blue Jays’ road trip to Anaheim presents an excellent opportunity for Vladimir Guerrero to appear in front of his former team, but he declined for a good reason. Guerrero’s son, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., made his MLB debut on Friday against the Oakland A’s. He had a hit in all three games and now is embarking on his first road trip as the ...
  • • Report: Blue Jays looking to trade star players
    The Toronto Blue Jays have shown a willingness to trade this season. And according to a report, more big names may soon be moved, as well. Speaking on the MLB Network, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic noted that with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. called up and Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio lingering in the minors, Toronto is looking to get younger. To that end...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. offers beautiful quote about finally being in MLB
    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is finally in the majors. And thanks to what the Toronto Blue Jays have done with him on board, he’s enjoying life. Guerrero was asked what his favorite thing about being in the majors was. His response was his team’s 3-0 record. That’s indeed true. Toronto did sweep the Oakland Athletics in his first Major League series. Over...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. sets trading card record
    Vladimir Guerrero made his mark on the trading card market as well as Major League Baseball during his debut weekend. Guerrero, MLB’s No. 1 prospect, was called up by the Toronto Blue Jays and made his big league debut on Friday. He was 1-for-4 with a double in his first game and recorded one hit in each game of Toronto’s three-game series versus t...
  • • Bold MLB predictions for the month of May
    It feels like baseball fans were enjoying Opening Day just yesterday. Now the first month of the 2019 season is coming to a close. The opening month certainly didn’t fall short. It delivered plenty of headlines, incredible moments and some unbelievable starts. Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich is on a historical pace out of the gate. Me...
  • • Watch: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. launches HR during first BP
    The day is finally here. After calling up top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the Toronto Blue Jays new star is just hours away from making his MLB debut. Before the game, Guerrero Jr. took the field and let everyone see his massive power during his first batting practice with the MLB club. Needless to say, the 20-year-old third baseman left quite ...
  • • 10 best present-day second-generation MLB stars
    MLB history is filled with tremendous second-generation stars. Barry Bonds and Ken Griffey Jr. followed their All-Star fathers to stardom and surpassed the accomplishments of their elders. They are far from alone. The current crop of players has its fair share of players who are also following in their fathers' footsteps. The Toronto Blue Jays seem...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero Sr. shares moving post about son's impending MLB debut
    Vladimir Guerrero Sr. shared a moving post on Twitter Wednesday about his son’s impending MLB debut. Word emerged earlier in the day that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. would be getting the call up by the Toronto Blue Jays for Friday. In response to the news, the elder Guerrero shared a tweet that included a photo of when his son was a little boy. Vlad made...
  • • Blue Jays finally call up Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
    The Toronto Blue Jays have finally bit the bullet and called up the game’s top overall prospect, infielder Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The Blue Jays confirmed the report on Twitter: Most expected the generational talent to break camp with the Jays. However, the organization pushed back against that idea with the belief that he needed more seasoning in th...
  • • Vlad Guerrero Jr. crushes third home run as Blue Jays continue waffling
    The only thing that’s held Vlad Guerrero Jr. back this year has been an oblique injury … and the Toronto Blue Jays who have yet to call him up. Still in the minors playing for Triple-A Buffalo, Guerrero has been raking the ball. And on Wednesday, he blasted an opposite-field home run — his third in eight games with Bisons. Guerrero is now slashing ...
  • • Watch: Blue Jays fans give former star Kevin Pillar resounding ovation
    Former Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar made his return to the Canadian hub as a member of the San Francisco Giants for the first time on Tuesday. Pillar, 30, starred for the Jays for six seasons after they made him a late-round pick in the 2011 MLB Draft. He was traded to San Francisco just a handful of games into the 2019 campaign. In hi...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. not being called up as early as previously reported
    Toronto Blue Jays fans are anxiously awaiting the day that the team finally calls up young slugger Vladimir Guerrero Jr., but they are going to have to wait a little longer than was reported last week. Dominican journalist Hector Gomez was told that the Blue Jays were planning to have Guerrero make his MLB debut against the San Francisco Giants on ...
  • • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. won't be promoted to Blue Jays just yet
    Just when we thought it was safe to celebrate the arrival of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to the big leagues, the Toronto Blue Jays pulled the rug out from under us. Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports reported Monday that the Blue Jays will not be promoting Guerrero to the majors on Tuesday, as many expected. The 20-year-old Guerrero has been crushing th...

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  • • Demand for Bryce Harper’s spring training debut driving up ticket prices
    The frenzy surrounding Bryce Harper’s celebrated signing with the Philadelphia Phillies is even having an impact on the cost of attending the team’s spring training games. Harper is expected to make his Grapefruit League debut with the Phillies on Saturday when the team hosts the Toronto Blue Jays at Spectrum Field. According to CBS Philly , it wil...
  • • Predictions for the 2019 MLB season
    The favorites definitely reigned strong during the 2018 MLB season. But it was a good year for the underdogs, too, with teams like the Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics and Atlanta Braves all unexpectedly making the playoffs. The Brewers and Houston Astros both fell just short of the Fall Classic in 2018. Both teams are poised to take that extra...
  • • Rangers P Luke Farrell suffers broken jaw after being hit by line drive
    Texas Rangers relief pitcher Luke Farrell suffered a broken jaw after being hit by a line drive during Saturday’s spring training game. Farrell was taken to the hospital after being hit in the face during the 9th inning of the team’s Cactus League game against the Giants. Rangers communications executive John Blake said on Twitter that tests showed...
  • • Reports: Blue Jays reach deal to add Buchholz
    The Toronto Blue Jays and free-agent pitcher Clay Buchholz have agreed to a contract, according to multiple reports....
  • • Sources: Norris, Jays agree to minor league deal
    Reliever Bud Norris and the Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to a minor league deal, sources confirmed to ESPN. Norris appeared in 64 games for the Cardinals last season, recording 28 saves....
  • • Blue Jays GM has ridiculous take on Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
    The Toronto Blue Jays will face the fury of both their fan base and other Major League Baseball players if stud youngster Vladimir Guerrero Jr. doesn’t break camp with the big league team. A lot has been made of MLB teams manipulating the service-time clause in the current collective bargaining agreement. Even at 19 years old, Vlad has more than pr...
  • • Troy Tulowitzki thrilled to homer off 'team that told me I couldn't play anymore'
    New York Yankees infielder Troy Tulowitzki homered in the first inning of Monday’s Grapefruit League game against his former team, the Toronto Blue Jays. Afterward, he sent a shot at his old team. The home run came against former teammate Marcus Stroman, who wasn’t too bothered by allowing the home run. But per ESPN’s Coley Harvey, Tulowitzki was q...
  • • Troy Tulowitzki admits extra motivation in debut against Jays
    Troy Tulowitzki, now with the New York Yankees, seems to harbor some bitterness toward the Toronto Blue Jays. The Blue Jays released Tulowitzki late last year, and he ultimately signed with their division rivals in New York. On Monday, he made his spring debut for the Yankees against the Jays, and homered two pitches into his first plate appearance...
  • • Marcus Stroman trash talks Troy Tulowitzki after allowing HR
    New York Yankees infielder Troy Tulowitzki had some good luck on Monday facing old teammate Marcus Stroman when he went yard in the first inning of Grapefruit League action. Stroman later commented on the home run. The Toronto Blue Jays starter didn’t seem too upset with giving up the home run. But he also made it clear that it wouldn’t be a recurr...
  • • Marcus Stroman, Blue Jays at odds over state of contract offer
    Have the Toronto Blue Jays made any effort to keep pitcher Marcus Stroman for the long term? One side says yes, the other says no. On Sunday morning, Stroman publicly vented that he’d been offered “nothing” by the Blue Jays despite his desire to stay with the team and his love for the city. Stroman’s comments, especially unprompted, are quite inter...
  • • Blue Jays won’t say when Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will make MLB leap
    Vladimir Guerrero should have been playing ball in Toronto last year. He’s one of the best young players MLB has to offer and is one of our favorites to win Rookie of the Year in 2019. Yet the Toronto Blue Jays still won’t commit to any timeline for the star to begin his career in the big leagues. On Thursday, Blue Jays general manager said of Guer...
  • • Marlins sign Curtis Granderson to minor league deal
    Veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson agreed to a minor league deal with the Miami Marlins on Tuesday, and will report spring training later this month. If the 37-year-old Granderson makes the 40-man roster, he will earn a one-year contract that pays him $1.75 million and carries an additional $250,000 in incentives for things like number of at-bats...
  • • Jays GM Ross Atkins says team's focus will be on adding arms
    Last week’s signing of Freddy Galvis to a one-year contract with a club option for 2020 seems likely to be the final move of note for the Toronto Blue Jays on the position-player side of the equation this offseason.  From this point forward, as general manager Ross Atkins explained to Shi Davidi of Sportsnet, the team’s focus will be on bringing so...
  • • Home run ball from Jose Bautista’s infamous bat flip up for auction
    The home run ball Jose Bautista deposited into the deep left field stands — after which he unleashed the “Bat Flip Heard ‘Round The World” — during Game 5 of the 2015 ALDS between the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers is up for auction. Bautista’s epic three-run shot — punctuated by the now-iconic bat flip — broke a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning ...
  • • Six MLB relief pitchers with a lot to prove in 2019
    Now that it’s practically February, you all know what that means — baseball is literally around the corner. Since we’ve dealt with yet another slow-moving free-agent market throughout the winter, this is good news. We don’t have to worry about it right now — well, kinda since there are still tons of players who need jobs — because we’ll soon get to...

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