This season, I was asked to participate in the annual "Playing Pepper" series that takes place on the C70 At The Bat blog. You can find the Toronto Blue Jays edition here. There are many other fantastic Blue Jays bloggers that participated in this years' edition as well. I hope you enjoy it! Click this … Continue reading Playing Pepper – Toronto Blue Jays 2017
Toronto Blue Jays IF Ryan Goins is out of options. If Goins were to be left off of the 2017 25-man roster, the Jays would have to put him on waivers, making him available by any major league baseball team to claim. Since Goins is a major league level player, it is more likely than … Continue reading The Case For Ryan Goins
(Hi friends! Quick snippet of some info for this weeks posts that you should know. I have a science test, math test, business test and art project due during this week. Therefore, these next few posts will have been scheduled/pre-written. This is also the reason that I will not be very active on twitter this week. … Continue reading REPORT: Gibbons Signs a 2-Year Contract Extension
LHP Fransisco Liriano is the best fifth starter in all of Major League Baseball. In 29 starts (with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Toronto Blue Jays), Liriano posted a 4.69 ERA, although he only had a 2.92 ERA with the Jays (August - October 2016). Liriano has been one of the most consistent pitchers in baseball, … Continue reading The Blue Jays Secret Weapon: Francisco Liriano
Dalton Pompey has a concussion, so how will this impact the 2017 Toronto Blue Jays?
The Toronto Blue Jays have renewed Aaron Sanchez's contract for the 2017 season to the major league minimum of $537,000 USD, as first reported by Bob Elliott. Last season, Sanchez earned $517,800 USD, but was raised this year because the minimum pay increased thanks to the new basic agreement. Sanchez was offered more, but Boras … Continue reading Blue Jays Renew Aaron Sanchez’s Contract
It seems as if many former Jays players are either M.I.A. or have been released by their organization over the past month. This list includes Brett Lawrie and Dioner Navarro. Personally, Navarro was one of my favourite Blue Jays and has been for a very long time. Whether it was because of his occasional clutch hit, … Continue reading Where is Dioner Navarro?