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  • • Cardinals talking to Blue Jays about former MVP Josh Donaldson
    There has been some talk recently that the Toronto Blue Jays might be looking to move former MVP Josh Donaldson before he hits free agency following the 2019 season.While no trade appears to be imminent, this one report suggests that the Jays and St. Louis Cardinals have talked about Donaldson at the Winter Meetings. This would seem to align with t...
  • • Rogers Communications Considering Sale Of Blue Jays
    Rogers Communications, the Canadian telecommunications company that owns the Toronto Blue Jays, is considering a possible sale of the team, as Natalie Wong of Bloomberg writes. At this point, it seems the potential move is merely in the conceptual stage. Rogers CFO Tony Staffieri suggests that the entity is pondering the sale in order to…...
  • • Rogers Communications Considering Sale Of Blue Jays
    Rogers Communications, the Canadian telecommunications company that owns the Toronto Blue Jays, is considering a possible sale of the team, as Natalie Wong of Bloomberg writes. At this point, it seems the potential move is merely in the conceptual stage. Rogers CFO Tony Staffieri suggests that the entity is pondering the sale in order to raise fund...
  • • Jays acquire '16 All-Star Diaz from Cardinals
    Aledmys Diaz, an All-Star as a breakout rookie for the Cardinals in 2016, was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for minor league outfielder J.B. Woodman....
  • • Analyst Zaun fired amid misconduct complaints
    Toronto Blue Jays analyst Gregg Zaun, a former catcher in the majors, has been fired by Sportsnet following allegations of "inappropriate behavior and comments" in the workplace, the network announced....
  • • Who will the Los Angeles Angels third baseman be?
    Besides Andrelton Simmons, the Los Angeles Angels infield struggled to score runs. With Albert Pujols having one of the most disastrous seasons of his career, Brandon Phillips unable to provide the team a spark, then Luis Valbuena and Yunel Escobar being nonexistent, it’s obvious the Angles need some help. Third base is an issue for the team, and t...
  • • Toronto Blue Jays offseason rumors: second base edition
    The Toronto Blue Jays have a massive hole at second base, and there are some options for them to fill that hole via free agency and trades. There are players available for the Jays such as Ian Kinsler, Brandon Phillips, and Neil Walker. All of these guys could make a major impact for the Jays, and probably will be relatively cheap. Ian Kinsler is o...
  • • A Note About Harold Ramirez
    Harold Ramirez, once a top 100 prospect, was outrighted by the Toronto Blue Jays today. A 23 year old that used to have speed and bat-to-ball skills on his side, Ramirez has seen knee injuries rob him of the former. He was never a center fielder, and now has a ways to go to prove that he has the upside that his hitting tool once suggested he did. ...
  • • Tampa Bay Rays: Early Off Season Overview
    Three weeks removed from the Astros World Series win, General Manager meetings are in full swing. Rumors are beginning to circulate, several of them involving the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays reportedly remain steadfast in their pursuit of veteran slugger Jose Bautista. The Rays had been linked to Bautista last offseason, before he returned to the Toro...
  • • Toronto Blue Jays offseason rumors: bullpen edition
    The Toronto Blue Jays could definitely use some upgrades in the bullpen, like most major league teams. There happens to be a bunch of pretty solid bullpen arms on the free agent market, and the Blue Jays should be in on each arm. This article will highlight three pitchers that the Jays should pursue this winter. Jeanmar Gomez was extremely underwhe...
  • • Report: Braves will lose prospects as part of punishment
    The Atlanta Braves will be losing some prospects signed in the international market as part of the penalty for their multitude of violations, according to a report.The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal says that while MLB still has not ruled on the Braves’ case, a penalty will include the loss of prospects signed out of Latin Ameria. It’s unknown which pros...
  • • Alex Anthopoulos to be hired as Braves GM
    Alex Anthopoulos will be calling the shots for an MLB team once again.Anthopoulos is set to be hired by the Atlanta Braves for their GM job, the New York Post’s Joel Sherman reported on Sunday evening.Anthopoulos, 40, served as GM of the Toronto Blue Jays from the 2010 season through the 2015 season. He ultimately declined a five-year contract exte...
  • • Toronto Blue Jays trade rumors: right field edition
    The Toronto Blue Jays will enter 2018 without one of the greatest players in their team’s history, José Bautista. Bautista manned right field for the past several years, and provided a steady bat with tremendous power. The last few seasons have been down for Bautista, as his age began to catch up to him. The Jays will enter this offseason tasked wi...
  • • Family of Roy Halladay issues statement following former MLB star's death
    In the aftermath of his sudden an untimely death, the family of former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies All-Star Roy Halladay has released a statement.“Our family is heartbroken in confirming that Roy passed away in a plane crash Tuesday afternoon,” the statement said, in part. “While many will remember him for his success as a major lea...
  • • Frank Catalanotto recalls a lighter side of Roy Halladay
    The tragic news of Roy Halladay’s death has sent shockwaves throughout the baseball community. The two-time Cy Young award winner died at the age of 40 when his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. Frank Catalanotto, Halladay’s teammate for four seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays from 2003-2006, was suddenly frozen when a co-worker relay...

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Top news - Toronto Blue Jays

  • • Upton added to AL All-Star roster
    Major League Baseball announced today the selections of seven players to the active All-Star rosters as replacements for All-Stars unable to participate in Tuesday's 88th Midsummer Classic. Newly-named American League All-Stars include Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer, Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Canó, Houston Astros r...
  • • Wood added to NL All-Star roster
    Major League Baseball announced today the selections of seven players to the active All-Star rosters as replacements for All-Stars unable to participate in Tuesday's 88th Midsummer Classic. Newly-named American League All-Stars include Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer, Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Canó, Houston Astros r...
  • • Rogers Communications Considering Sale Of Blue Jays
  • • Jays acquire '16 All-Star Diaz from Cardinals
  • • Former MLB All-Star Roy Halladay dies in plane crash
    Roy Halladay — who won Cy Young Awards as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies — died on Tuesday when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40. The Pasco Sheriff’s Office in West Central Florida shared the tragic news on Tuesday. Halladay pitched for the Blue Jays from 1998-2009 and the Phillies from 2010-2013. He...
  • • Shining light on the career and life of Roy Halladay
    Tragedy of the fatal variety struck baseball yet again on Tuesday afternoon, when news surfaced that two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay died in a plane crash off the coast of Florida. The former Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays hurler was 40 years old. It is the latest in a string of truly heartbreaking affairs for the MLB commu...
  • • Tribe acquires reliever Smith from Blue Jays
    The Cleveland Indians are acquiring right-handed reliever Joe Smith from the Toronto Blue Jays, a source told MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi. The deal was first reported by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal. Neither club has confirmed the report....
  • • Analyst Zaun fired amid misconduct complaints
  • • Young Tulo among SF Pinch, Hit & Run winners
    On Saturday morning, 22 youngsters took the field at AT&T Park to test their skills on the diamond as part of MLB's Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Taking home the first-place prize in the age 7/8 softball division was Morgan Hill, Calif., native Kayla Tulowitzki, the cousin of Toronto Blue Jays star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki....
  • • Young Tulo among SF Pinch, Hit & Run winners
    On Saturday morning, 22 youngsters took the field at AT&T Park to test their skills on the diamond as part of MLB's Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Taking home the first-place prize in the age 7/8 softball division was Morgan Hill, Calif., native Kayla Tulowitzki, the cousin of Toronto Blue Jays star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki....
  • • Have the Toronto Blue Jays cheated death?
    It was not too long ago that the obituary for the 2017 Toronto Blue Jays was all but written: “The Blue Jays, recent champions of the American League East division, died suddenly in May of 2017, following a sudden and brutal April debut. Major League Baseball’s last remain Canadian outpost was celebrating its 40th season and hopeful for a continued...
  • • Report: Braves will lose prospects as part of punishment
  • • The Toronto Blue Jays might end up as sellers this July, leaving them with tough decisions
    After aggressively buying at the 2015 trade deadline and being a bit more understated during the 2016 trade deadline, it appears the Toronto Blue Jays will be going in a different direction in 2017. According to a report from ESPN’s Buster Olney, the Jays seem to be ready to move into sell mode if the team doesn’t turn things around soon. After win...
  • • WATCH: Anderson on if there was an issue with his finger "little bit towards the end, got a little hot"
    Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Brett Anderson talks about the discomfort he felt in his finger during his start against the Boston Red Sox and how he preventativly adressed it so he would be good for his next start....
  • • Yankees progressing on deal to acquire Sonny Gray, Yonder Alonso
    The New York Yankees might soon upgrade not only their pitching rotation, but their lineup as well.A report from Mark Feinsand of MLB.com on Tuesday indicated that the Yankees might be close to adding Oakland Athletics right hander Sonny Gray as well as first baseman Yonder Alonso.“Multiple sources indicated Tuesday that the Yankees were making pro...

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