Justin Smoak is no stranger to lofty expectations. Last year just happened to be the first time he actually lived up to them.
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The Blue Jays have been holding official spring workouts for less than a week, but pitching coach Pete Walker is already excited about what he has seen from closer Roberto Osuna.
Blue Jays right-hander Marco Estrada believes he has figured out why hitters were having so much success off his changeup last season.
So far, so good for Aaron Sanchez and his problematic right middle finger.
Marcus Stroman admits that his emotions got the best of him after he came out on the losing end of his recent arbitration case in Arizona.
It didn't take Jaime Garcia very long at all to settle into a Blue Jays uniform. Less than 24 hours after signing a one-year deal, the veteran lefty reported to camp and was throwing at Toronto's Minor League complex.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Blue Jays' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away
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.
The Blue Jays intend to take a "conservative" approach with shortstop Troy Tulowitzki because of a chronic condition in his right heel that has resulted in a "flared up" bone spur.
The Blue Jays added the final piece to their starting rotation Thursday evening
The Blue Jays held their first official workouts for pitchers and catchers on Wednesday morning, and along with that came a very welcome sight: Aaron Sanchez throwing off a mound.
There will be plenty of positional battles to keep an eye on this spring, but the most important one of all for the Blue Jays might be taking place in the infield.
Canadian Baseball Hall of Famer and longtime play-by-play broadcaster Jerry Howarth has decided to call it a career after 36 seasons in the Blue Jays' radio booth.
The Blue Jays' Spring Training will officially open Wednesday in Dunedin, Fla., and for the first time in several years a lot of roster spots will be hanging in the balance.
The Blue Jays will retire Roy Halladay's No. 32 in an Opening Day ceremony to honor the late franchise icon, the team announced Monday. Toronto will also wear a commemorative No. 32 patch on its uniforms for the 2018 season.
The Blue Jays added another veteran into their mix of candidates for the bullpen by signing left-hander Craig Breslow to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Monday afternoon.
The Blue Jays spent the final two months of the 2017 season buried in the depths of the American League Wild Card race. Following back-to-back AL Championship Series appearances, Toronto finished 76-86, nine games out of the second Wild Card berth.
For the first time in his career, John Axford will get the chance to play for his home country's Major League team. The Canadian free-agent reliever signed a Minor League deal with the Blue Jays on Friday that includes an invitation to big league camp. MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal was first to report the agreement.
Axford showed off photo in Blue Jays pajamas
The 2015 AL MVP will be in line for a monster season as he enters the final year before free agency. He's the centerpiece of Toronto's lineup and after finishing 2017 on a tear.
Will the high strikeout rates of Curtis Granderson and Randal Grichuk pose a problem for the Blue Jays? Will Aaron Loup be joined by any other southpaws in the Opening Day bullpen? Beat reporter Gregor Chisholm answers those questions and more in the latest Inbox.
If you're a Blue Jays fan searching for reasons to be excited about the upcoming season, look no further than the return of Aaron Sanchez.
The Blue Jays decided to bring back a familiar face to the organization on Tuesday afternoon by hiring former right-hander David Aardsma to become their new coordinator of player development.
The Blue Jays' front office appears to be engaged in the delicate balancing act of trying to contend, while at the same time rebuilding and buying time for the next wave of young talent.
Roberto Osuna has reportedly lost his arbitration case with the Blue Jays, and he will earn Toronto's proposed offer of $5.3 million against his requested $5.8 million, according to USA Today. The club has not commented.
The Blue Jays' list of position players appears set with the start of Spring Training less than two weeks away, but the pitching staff remains in a state of flux. Here's a closer look at some of the options still available to the Blue Jays in free agency.
Justin Smoak's breakout season and his consistent presence in the heart of Toronto's lineup has resulted in an appearance on the Canadian cover of R.B.I. Baseball 18.
Former Expos star pitcher Pedro Martinez, longtime Blue Jays center fielder Lloyd Moseby and legendary baseball historian William Humber will be soon be enshrined among many of the most impactful people in Canadian baseball history.
Ryan Tepera should be a little bit more comfortable when Spring Training gets underway in a couple of weeks. For the first time in his professional career, he doesn't have to compete for a job.
Ezequiel Carrera arrived at the Blue Jays' recent Winter Fest uncertain about his future in the city he has called home for the past three years.
Putting together MLB Pipeline's Top 100 Prospects list is a team effort. Needless to say, there isn't 100 percent agreement right out of the gate and, as a result, some favorites who might be on an individual list don't make the final 100.
The Blue Jays arguably haven't produced a homegrown star on the position player side in well over a decade. That might be about to change. Toronto's future appears bright after third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (No. 3), shortstop Bo Bichette (No. 14) and outfielder Anthony Alford (No. 47) were named to MLB Pipeline's list of the Top 100 Prospects on Saturday night.