We’re about 1/2 way through the Spring Training schedule, three weeks away from the Toronto Blue Jays opening bout against the Cleveland Indians April 2nd at Rogers Centre . J.A. Happ probably won’t be there. “I’m a major-league starting pitcher.”Read more
Justin Smoak is out to prove that he is no one-year wonder. Sunday afternoon against the Yankees was a...
Left-hander Jaime Garcia will make his Blue Jays debut when Toronto opens a three-game series against the White Sox...
There have been a slew of roster moves in the past few days, in the dog days of spring it’s to be expected. To the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons Lars Anderson The Blue Jays claimed Anderson as David Coopers replacement (due to his back injury — now released). In 14... Read more
Canada was embarrassed last night by Italy. They didn’t whine or make excuses — they came out less than a day later and did they turned the tables on Mexico. Alfredo Aceves’ head doesn’t look too good after the Mexico-Canada brawl Apparently Team Mexico don’t know how ta act!... Read more
This is your consolidated Blue Jays spring training update with injuries, top performers so far, standings and recent transactions. Spring Injuries Player Injury David Cooper 02/23, Out Indefinitely Back injury. Not scheduled to report to Spring Training as of Feb. 17 update. Return date unknown. Casey Janssen... Read more
9 players in various levels of the Blue Jays organization have left the big league camp, joining their countries teams for the World Baseball Classic. TEAM USA Battery mates J.P. Arencibia and R.A. Dickey are both expected to work in tandem as members of Team USA, with J.P. catching... Read more
Day by day we inch closer to the Toronto Blue Jays first Spring Training game. As of today, you only have to endure three more sleepless nights of baseballgameless existence (new word called it). The first order of business: Who’s gonna catch this guy? Traditionally a knuckleball pitcher will... Read more