So many injuries have plagued the 2012 Toronto Blue Jays, but the amount of players down right now seems to be breaking new ground. That being said, here is an illustration of what the Blue Jays started with in 2012 and where they are as of Mid-August.
The major league baseball trade deadline has come and gone and there are a number of players donning new digs around the circuit. There were some obvious winners, losers and then there was the Toronto Blue Jays who traded away perennial prospect and fan favorite Travis Snider to the... Read more
The Toronto Blue Jays are currently fighting a losing battle for a wild card berth in the tough American League East. The Jays have faced a slew of injuries that have decimated their pitching staff from the likes of Brandon Morrow, Drew Hutchinson, Kyle Drabek, Sergio Santos and Luis... Read more
Adam Lind has been frustrating, to say the least since his break-out season in 2009 during which he earned a silver slugger award. His numbers dropped from all star worthy to sub replacement level for back to back seasons culminating in a demotion to AAA Las Vegas on May... Read more
LUNCHBOX LANDING: Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Travis Snider finally made his season debut in left field after toiling in Las Vegas for nearly four months much to the dismay of Blue Jays Nation. The call-up was spearheaded after Blue Jays General Manager Alex Anthopoulos completed a 10 player trade... Read more
The Toronto Blue Jays signed the man formerly known as “E5” to a three year extension for a healthy $27 million with a $10 million option for 2016. Not a bad deal for a man that has been traded, non-tendered and designated for assignment during his 8 year career... Read more