With MLB players choosing to not participate in the 2020 season, there are some Blue Jays who face a difficult decision The Toronto Blue Jays have made their way to Toronto while MLB tries to figure out how to make their 2020 season work.
If the Toronto Blue Jays are going to become competitive, they’re going to have to figure out how to get on base The Toronto Blue Jays were not expected to compete in 2020, but in a shortened season, the possibility remains that things could go well for them.
The Toronto Blue Jays Roster Tree Route Map, now including a circuit for non-roster members of the 60-man player pool. | Minor Leaguer A new update to the roster graphic now includes an additional loop for the non-roster players on the Blue Jays’ Summer Camp list.
Background: CANADA - JUNE 16: Making a pitch for the ladies: The Blue Jays’ Luis Leal takes his warm-up pitches while a group of Mississauga women parade in their finery before the start of yesterday’s game against the Red Sox at Exhibition Stadium.
For the Toronto Blue Jays, so much can happen in what figures to be a very odd season and we run down a few scenarios The Toronto Blue Jays have been given the go ahead to hold their pre-shortened season workouts in Toronto.
All 30 Major League Baseball teams will train at their regular-season ballparks for the pandemic-shortened season after the Toronto Blue Jays received a Canadian federal government exemption on Thursday to work out at Rogers Centre.
Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Brett Cecil turns 34 today. Brett was a Blue Jays first-round pick in 2007 (38th overall), our second first-round pick. We got the pick for the loss of free agent Frank Catalanotto and would have 5 first-round picks (4 of supplemental picks).
Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images The Blue Jays made some roster moves today. Breyvic Valera was claimed off waivers from the Padres. You’ll remember he played for the Jays some last year, and then the Padres claimed him off waivers back in February.
The Public Health Agency of Canada was reviewing the MLB proposal one day after Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams hinted the Blue Jays may not be able to face opponents in Toronto because of quarantine guidelines.