The Blue Jays have seven former players on the ballot for possible entry into next year's Baseball Hall of Fame class. The 2018 ballot was released on Monday afternoon and it includes former Toronto RHP Chris Carpenter, RHP Roger Clemens, 2B Orlando Hudson, 2B Jeff Kent, 1B Fred McGriff , 3B Scott Rolen and SS Omar Vizquel.
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Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins was a busy man in advance of Monday night's deadline to protect players from the Rule 5 Draft. He pulled off a minor trade and parted ways with three players, as the club attempted to reshape its 40-man roster in preparation for next month's Winter Meetings.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
Beat reporter Gregor Chisholm opens the Inbox to answer fans' questions about Roy Halladay, Kevin Pillar's chances for a Gold Glove in the future and whether or not the Blue Jays will rebuild.
Every year there are players who might not be at the top of prospect lists, but who use the Fall League as a bit of a coming out party. These are players who can be considered breakout prospects, with the usual caveat about small sample sizes.
The Blue Jays' spring schedule opens at home against Philadelphia on Feb. 23 at Dunedin Stadium. Toronto will visit -- and host -- every American League East rival at least once before wrapping up with a two-game series vs. the Cardinals in Montreal from March 26-27.
The Blue Jays brought back a familiar face on Thursday afternoon by signing former first-round pick Deck McGuire to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training.
Who do the Blue Jays have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Toronto's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Jim Callis identifies 10 prospects who stood out in the Arizona Fall League championship game.
The Blue Jays are not opposed to signing a free agent tied to compensation, but general manager Ross Atkins won't say whether that applies to outfielder Lorenzo Cain.
The Blue Jays family joined the entire baseball community on Tuesday afternoon to mourn the loss of Roy Halladay and pay tribute to the man who impacted so many lives across Canada and throughout the United States.
Family, friends and former teammates gathered in Clearwater, Fla., on Tuesday for the memorial of Roy Halladay. It was a heartbreaking but fitting ceremony that was open to the public and included touching tributes for the eight-time All-Star, who tragically passed away in a plane crash on Nov. 7.
The Blue Jays have several areas of need this offseason, and the first priority appears to be adding a versatile infielder that increases overall depth.
Four days after winning his first career Gold Glove, Marcus Stroman was back on Long Island, telling a crowd of eager young listeners all about it, and showing them how they could follow in his footsteps to a big league pitcher's mound.
Major League Baseball's offseason has only begun and already it feels like Spring Training is just around the corner. With approximately three months until the start of camp, Toronto announced its home schedule for next year's Grapefruit League season on Friday morning.
The Maple Leafs honoured Roy Halladay
When A.J. Burnett signed with the Blue Jays in late 2005, he was already an accomplished Major League starter with more than 130 starts, 49 wins and a no-hitter under his belt.
Our family is heartbroken in confirming that Roy passed away in a plane crash Tuesday afternoon. While many will remember him for his success as a major league pitcher, we remember him as an amazing father, loving husband and loyal friend.
The loss of former All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay on Tuesday continued to be on the minds of those around Major League Baseball on Wednesday, including dignitaries interviewed on the red carpet of Joe Torre's annual Safe at Home Foundation fundraiser dinner at Cipriani in Manhattan.
To those who knew him best, Roy Halladay was more than just a baseball player. Halladay, who died on Tuesday at age 40, was humble and appreciative of others, including longtime mentor Bus Campbell, who helped develop him into the pitcher he became.
The baseball community has lost one of its all-time greats far too soon. Longtime Blue Jays and Phillies star Roy Halladay passed away at the age of 40 following a tragic plane crash in Florida on Tuesday afternoon.
Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman picked up his first American League Gold Glove Award when Rawlings officially unveiled its list of winners on Tuesday night. Stroman earned the award over Boston's Chris Sale and Tampa Bay's Alex Cobb.
Roy Halladay, one of the most dominant and competitive pitchers of his generation -- and one of the most kind-hearted and self-effacing human beings -- died at the age of 40 on Tuesday afternoon when the ICON A5 he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast.
Roy Halladay was the most admired pitcher of his day. Everyone knew how hard he worked. Everyone respected the way he went about his business. Everyone watched in wonder how he made pitching simple. And most of all, everyone longed to have just a little bit of his poise, just a little bit of his class, just a little bit of his sense of self. He achieved the hardest thing a great athlete can achieve. He was everybody's hero.
On Monday, Arizona Diamondbacks scout Tim Wilken stopped by a high school baseball field near Clearwater, Fla. He wanted to give the Calvary Christian team's pitching coach and Wilken's former Draft pick, Roy Halladay, a copy of the scouting report from 1995 when Wilken, then with the Blue Jays, first saw the right-handed pitcher.
When news broke that former MLB pitcher Roy Halladay had passed away in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday, the baseball world was grief-stricken, with reactions pouring in on social media.
There are countless Roy Halladay tales that could be told, and it's unfortunate that today is the day to tell them.
Roy Halladay was one of the greatest pitchers of his generation, and one of the greatest pitchers in the histories of the Blue Jays and Phillies. He died Tuesday after his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico, just off the coast of Holiday, Fla. Halladay was 40. Here is a look at arguably his 10 greatest moments on the mound.
Former Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter, like many in the Major League Baseball community, extended his condolences to the family of Roy Halladay, who died in a plane crash off the coast of Florida on Tuesday. Halladay, an eight-time All-Star during his 16-year MLB career, was 40 years old.
Players react to death of Halladay
The Blue Jays made quick strikes in free agency during each of the past two years. The same thing might happen again this offseason.
The Blue Jays added a former first-round Draft pick on Monday afternoon and made a series of moves to trim their 40-man roster before the official start of free agency.
Jose Bautista's tenure in Toronto is over as the team will not pick their end of a 2018 mutual option, MLB.com's Mark Feinsand reports.
The Blue Jays are expected to have a busy offseason as they attempt to reshape their roster. But before a lot of the work can be done, some crucial decisions must be made.
Another Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game is in the books and, not surprisingly given the talent at Salt River Fields at one time on Saturday evening, there were a number of outstanding performances throughout the 4-2 East Stars victory.
For the first time in three years, the Blue Jays had to watch October baseball from afar. Now, they have some work to do to make sure it doesn't happen again in 2018.
The Blue Jays took care of some minor housekeeping prior to the start of Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night by outrighting Bo Schultz, Cesar Valdez and Darrell Ceciliani from their 40-man roster.
T.J. Zeuch, the Blue Jays' No. 5 prospect, is taking the Arizona Fall League by storm. The 22-year-old allowed four hits and one run in five frames for the Peoria in its 9-8 win against the Salt River Rafters.