Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images Red Sox 1 Blue Jays 10 Game 4 of the season’s first series for the Blue Jays was the first blowout of the season. It was also had Shun Yamaguchi made his first start.
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Before the start of the Jays second game of the season there was a little bit of news (sim news): Daniel Hudson of the Nationals “suffered a torn labrum” and is out for the year.
Jays From the Couch is missing Blue Jays baseball, so we’ll preview the 2020 season for individual players. This time, Teoscar Hernandez The Toronto Blue Jays should be opening their 2020 season today.
With no sign of when training camps can resume, Toronto Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro says he thinks Major League Baseball would need at least a month of workouts and exhibition games before regular season play can begin.
It’s interesting how the Blue Jays 2003 draft ended up impacting the fortunes of the magical 2015 playoff run In this time when Spring Training and the 2020 regular season has been put on hold, it’s easy for the mind to wander in this baseball-less limbo we find ourselves in.
The dollar amount of this payment is yet unknown, although it still represents a positive step taken by the league to support the players who might be affected most by baseball’s shutdown.Teams will have until the day before the beginning of the season to finalize those roster decisions.
Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images Aaron Hill turns 38 today. Aaron had a 13-year MLB career, the first 6 and a half seasons with the Blue Jays. He was our first round draft pick (13th overall) in 2003.
Anthony Kay is Brett Cecil 2.0. | Photo by Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via Getty Images On Transaction Friday yesterday, the Blue Jays optioned pitchers Anthony Kay and Sean Reid-Foley to the triple-A Buffalo Bisons, in a transaction that is more of a formality that anything as there are currently no games in either Toronto or Buffalo.
It seems increasingly unlikely that Major League Baseball will take further action against the Houston Astros, but one member of the 2017 title-winning team is willing to play his part in stripping the team of the championship.
Fernandez played 17 seasons in MLB and had stints with seven teams. The four-time Gold Glove shortstop played 12 seasons with the Blue Jays and won the 1993 World Series with Toronto. He is the franchise’s leader in WAR among position players.