1. Blue Jays Free Agents and Options Part 2: Wilson, Darvish, Fielder and Pujols

    Pitching in the bullpen isn't the only thing Blue Jays manager Alex Anthopoulos is after—a front-line starter is also on the wish list...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about almost 3 years ago 2,112 reads 16 comments

  2. Blue Jays Free Agents and Options Part 1: Encarnacion, Rauch and Bullpen

    This offseason is a critical time for the Toronto Blue Jays . With interest in games and attendance growing, its rivals in the AL East in flux and a team that is young but poised ...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about almost 3 years ago 2,109 reads 3 comments

  3. Mikhail Grabovski Proves That Patience Can Pay off for Toronto Maple Leafs

    Being asked to "have patience" is very familiar to Toronto Maple Leaf fans. They have been asked to have it for struggling teams, incompetent management and floundering players...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about almost 3 years ago 1,784 reads 33 comments

  4. Toronto Blue Jays in Review: What Ifs and Lost Chances in 2011

    It is never good to dwell on what ifs in sports, it can be too torturous and it doesn't get you anywhere. I am sure Toronto Maple Leaf and Chicago Cubs fans can attest to that...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about almost 3 years ago 1,403 reads 11 comments

  5. Cito Gaston's Batting Mentality Fading with Blue Jays Due to Bautista and Lawrie

    Cito Gaston has assisted a lot of hitters in his time, helping them to refine their mechanics and working with Dwayne Murphy to have a consistent plate approach. Murphy has always emphasized looking for a pitch you can hit and laying off the others...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about almost 3 years ago 1,455 reads 1 comments

  6. Yunel Escobar: The Toronto Blue Jays' 2nd Most Valuable Player

    There has been quite a bit written about the trade that brought Yunel Escobar to the Blue Jays , and how he has fit in since he arrived with the team...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,686 reads 9 comments

  7. Toronto Blue Jays' Starting Rotation: September Call-Ups and into 2012

    As with the entire Toronto Blue Jays lineup, the starting rotation has been constantly in flux this year. Relievers have been converted into starters, younger pitchers have been sent down and new ones have been brought up...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,486 reads 4 comments

  8. Draft Signings Deadline: Blue Jays Sign Early Rounders, but Miss out on Beede

    The Blue Jays have signed a new crop of prospects to their organization, adding several more just before the Monday, August 15th midnight deadline. This brings their total signings to 35 of 55 total draftees and 11 of their top 13...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 71 reads 5 comments

  9. Brett Lawrie Further Ignites Passion of Blue Jays Fans with First Grand Slam

    If there was anyone among Toronto Blue Jays fans who wasn't excited about top prospect Brett Lawrie getting called up, they have likely been converted after Wednesday's game against Oakland...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 834 reads 7 comments

  10. Edwin Encarnacion Making a Case for His Future with the Toronto Blue Jays

    Edwin Encarnacion has been the whipping boy of sorts for the fans of the Toronto Blue Jays . Throughout 2010 and through the early part of 2011 his error-prone defense and slumps at the plate made him the target of fans' derision...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 722 reads 10 comments

  11. MLB Trade Rumors: Toronto Blue Jays One of the Teams in on Ubaldo Jimenez

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been relatively quiet in the lead-up to this trade deadline, but that doesn't mean much in the secretive world of general manager Alex Anthopoulos...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,180 reads 8 comments

  12. MLB Trade Rumours: Could the Blue Jays Be Part of a 3-Team BJ Upton Deal?

    The MLB trade deadline is approaching and there hasn't been much talk about what the Toronto Blue Jays could be doing yet...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 3,073 reads 6 comments

  13. Toronto Blue Jays Had a Home Run Derby Champion, It Just Wasn't Jose Bautista

    The Major League Baseball All-Star Game has come and gone, the National League won again and a Yankee won the Home Run Derby...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,427 reads 13 comments

  14. Travis Snider Returns, Pieces Coming Together for Toronto Blue Jays

    The past few weeks for the Toronto Blue Jays have been eventful in terms of call-ups, given the returns of Eric Thames, Brett Cecil, and Travis Snider . All three players are 25 or younger and look to be a part of the Blue Jays going forward...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,392 reads 11 comments

  15. Ricky Romero Picking Up Where Halladay and Marcum Left off for Toronto Blue Jays

    Roy Halladay is a legend in Toronto—unfortunately a legend that is now pitching and building a new fan base in Philadelphia ...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 1,352 reads 1 comments

  16. Toronto Blue Jays Hole at 3rd Prompts Jose Bautista's Move

    The Toronto Blue Jays management has had enough of the lack of production at third base, so they are moving Jose Bautista back to the infield...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 584 reads 4 comments

  17. Adam Lind Tearing Up the AL Since His Return to the Toronto Blue Jays

    When Adam Lind was placed on the Toronto Blue Jays' DL with a sore back, it was at a very inopportune time...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 636 reads 2 comments

  18. Toronto Blue Jays Snag First-Round Talent at 2011 Draft by Taking Risks

    The Toronto Blue Jays promised that they would be aggressive at the 2011 MLB draft, and that no one would question their resolve after it was finished...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about 3 years ago 2,624 reads 11 comments

  19. Toronto Blue Jays: Lawrie May Debut, Bautista Tops All-Star Vote, McGowan Back

    Blue Jays fans, your wait might be over. Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos talked with ESPN's Buster Olney and various reporters on Wednesday about top prospect Brett Lawrie, suggesting that the Canadian was on the verge of a call-up...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 1,273 reads 3 comments

  20. Jo-Jo Reyes Claims First Win with Complete Game and Blue Jays' Bats Stay Hot

    The streak is finally over for starter Jo-Jo Reyes , and he did it in tremendous fashion. Reyes had tied the major league record for winless streaks with 28, and was looking to avoid setting a new record against the Cleveland Indians ...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 321 reads 8 comments

  21. Toronto Blue Jays' J.P. Arencibia: Proving to Be Among Top Rookies and Catchers

    When the season started for the Toronto Blue Jays , there were a lot of doubts about whether J.P. Arencibia could fulfill the starting catching duties for the team...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 1,061 reads 11 comments

  22. Adam Lind Placed on 15-Day DL and Eric Thames Called Up for Blue Jays

    Adam Lind was evaluated after batting practice on Tuesday by the Blue Jays coaching staff and it was determined that he will go on the 15-day DL. Gregor Chisolm from MLB ...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 604 reads 0 comments

  23. Toronto Blue Jays Need to Improve Plate Discipline to Compete in AL East

    The Toronto Blue Jays are average at a lot of things this year. They are third in the league in steals, but also tied for fourth in the times they have been caught stealing...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 620 reads 16 comments

  24. Toronto Blue Jays News: Bautista AL Player of the Month, Pitching Good and Bad

    Just as Jose Bautista was recognized as the American League player of the Month, he missed his first game of the season due to injury. Bautista was scratched before the opening game of the Tampa Bay series due to tightness in his neck...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 382 reads 0 comments

  25. Toronto Blue Jays: Texas the Cure for Blue Jays Bats, Adam Lind Powers Offense

    Just as it was looking bad for the Toronto Blue Jays (and just as I was writing about it), the Jays went on a road trip to Texas and it was just what their bats needed...

    Nathan Cole Written by Nathan Cole about over 3 years ago 409 reads 0 comments