The acquisitions of Russell Martin and Josh Donaldson may be a signal that the Blue Jays are doing more than looking to upgrade their position players; we might just be seeing the start of a wholesale change in organization approach and philosophy: power is out, durability and defense is in.
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
Well it’s not exactly Sunday morning madness… it’s actually pretty relaxed. Here’s whats going on today. Oh and did I mention that we are less than ONE WEEK away from the Blue Jays first spring training game! First off a little BJF news for ya’ll. We all know that... Read more
So it begins! Spring training has officially commenced now that Blue Jays pitchers and catchers have officially reported. Their first workout is set for Wednesday. Position players aren’t set to officially arrive for a few days, but many have already reported. So, how about them maple leaf caps? Read more
The Blue Jays, lead by 22 year old starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez, pulled off a win at Fenway against the Red Sox — now barely holding on to 4th place in the A.L. East. Alvarez went 6.1 innings allowing just 2 runs with 1 walk, 1 strikeout and 4 hits. Not bad at all.
The Toronto Blue Jays have returned catcher J.P. Arencibia and 3B Brett Lawrie from their medical rehabilitation assignments and have reinstated them both from the disabled list and have also recalled RHP David Carpenter, RHP Joel Carreno and C/INF Yan Gomes. All five players will be in uniform tonight... Read more