Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays are exploring the possibility of a new stadium, in an ambitious plan that would put a new ballpark on the land where their current retractable-roof stadium now sits, according to The Globe and Mail. The Blue Jays have played at Rogers Centre since 1989, in a ballpark that was considered far ahead of its time when it opened with a roof that could open and close and with a hotel that has rooms overlooking center field. A potential snag to the plan is that the team does not own the land where their stadium sits, as it belongs to Canada Lands Company.
Author: Reuters
Posted: November 28, 2020, 9:38 am
Over the last five years the Jays have had 9 or 10 infielders on the 40-man after Rule 5 machinations, with the exception of last year when it dipped to eight. The opening day range has been as high as 11, dipping down to just seven the last two years. So the figuring above would put the Jays on the low end of that range, which facilitates some overweighting in other areas such as below.
Author: Bluebird Banter
Posted: November 19, 2020, 5:10 pm
The Fit With 2019 closer Ken Giles and 2020 stand-in Anthony Bass both hitting free agency, the Toronto Blue Jays have work to do in rebuilding their bullpen around standout setup relievers Rafael Dolis and Jordan Romano. Starting pitching is the most glaring need this offseason, but there is something to be said for how a dynamic relief corps can take some pressure off the starting staff. This team looks ready to take a step forward as the young core continues to grow.
Author: Bleacher Report
Posted: November 19, 2020, 12:00 pm
For the last two years, the AL East has really been a two-team fight, with the Yankees and Rays trading first place and second. A funny thing happened in 2020 though, with the Toronto Blue Jays emerging from a rebuild early to make the playoffs — albeit in an expanded season — and targeting 2021 as the year they truly arrive as a retooled franchise.
Author: Pinstripe Alley
Posted: November 18, 2020, 9:00 pm
With the broader roster context often a significant factor when it comes to Rule 5 eligible players beyond the very top prospects, it’s useful to break down in details where things stand. Having started with the outfield, today we’ll move on to the Blue Jays pitching mix starting with classifying the current 40-man: Established MLB starters: Hyun-Jin Ryu, Tanner Roark, Robbie Ray, Ross Stripling Unestablished starter profiles: Anthony Kay, Nate Pearson, Trent Thornton, T.J. Zeuch Established MLB…
Author: Bluebird Banter
Posted: November 18, 2020, 4:15 pm
The Toronto Blue Jays are no strangers to dolling out tens of millions of dollars to free agents over the years. They haven’t found many winners in free agency, but the Blue Jays have more than their fair share of free agent busts. However, every good front office learns from their mistakes, and some of these deals should serve as a harbinger to teams tempted to spend top-dollar in free agency.
Author: dailyhive.com
Posted: November 17, 2020, 6:31 pm