When the Toronto Blue Jays traded for Canadian outfielder Michael Saunders from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for pitcher J.A. Happ, the deal barely drew any attention when compared to some of the team’s other moves of the offseason. Considering...Show More Summary
A couple weeks ago, the Toronto Blue Jays traded Brett Lawrie to the Oakland Athletics, and Amelia, a 6-year-old Blue Jays fan, was not pleased. "That guy's gonna be too good," she cries in a YouTube video of her dad breaking news of the trade. Show More Summary
The Blue Jays traded Brett Lawrie to the Athletics a couple weeks ago, and it made this young Blue Jays fan so very sad: And while young Amelia is probably correct that Lawrie's not coming back to Toronto anytime soon, she got a more...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays did not make a single move during the Winter Meetings, but the team has still had an eventful offseason up to this point. In fact, the Blue Jays arguably made the biggest deal of the winter when they sent thirdShow More Summary
White Sox executive Kenny Williams appears to be a target in the Blue Jays' search for a replacement for their president and CEO, but Chicago is reportedly denying Toronto permission to speak to him. White Sox executive vice president...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays made big news late last week, executing a blockbuster trade with the Oakland A’s, receiving Josh Donaldson in exchange for Brett Lawrie and three prospects. This comes after the Jays shelled out $82 million forShow More Summary
Rooting for your home team can be exciting, and it's only natural to have a favorite player. But, as we all know, sometimes that can lead to heartbreak—especially in the case of a trade. The Toronto Blue Jays recently acquired third baseman Josh Donaldson from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for infielder Brett Lawrie and a few other players. Show More Summary
Saunders, a native of British Columbia, will likely be one of three Canadians on Toronto's opening day roster, joining catcher Russell Martin and outfielder Dalton Pompey. The Mariners have traded outfielder Michael Saunders to the Blue Jays for pitcher J.A. Show More Summary
Alex Anthopoulos' busy offseason continued on Wednesday, as the Toronto Blue Jays reportedly struck a deal with the Seattle Mariners that will send left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ for outfielder Michael Saunders. Jayson Stark of ESPN.com...Show More Summary
Baseball's offseason is well underway, but the New York Yankees have been unusually quiet. As American League East rivals like the Toronto Blue Jays and Boston Red Sox bolster up their rosters, the Bombers have stood by idly. That does not mean the Yankees won't make any moves this winter. Show More Summary
The 2014-15 MLB offseason began like any other. Then everything changed. The Milwaukee Brewers were able to fill their void at first base by trading Marco Estrada to the Toronto Blue Jays for Adam Lind. With potentially two more seasons...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays have been very busy this offseason as general manager Alex Anthopoulos continues to tinker with the team’s roster in order to be competitive next season. Some of Toronto’s biggest moves this winter have included...Show More Summary
Toronto acquired the All-Star third baseman Josh Donaldson from Oakland for infielder Brett Lawrie, the left-hander Sean Nolin, the right-hander Kendall Graveman and the minor league shortstop Franklin Barreto.
Baseball’s pre-winter meetings Hot Stove just keeps on churning, particularly in Toronto.
Oakland A's fans are freaking out over the Donaldson trade because he had emerged as a star over the last couple of years - now fan favorite Donaldson goes to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for scratch offs and A's fans wonder if general manager Billy Beane has lost it. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays made a surprise trade for All-Star third baseman Josh Donaldson from the Oakland A's on Saturday in a deal which sees four players, including Brett Lawrie, head in the opposite direction.
The Oakland A's went all-in in 2014. They look ready to hit the reset button for 2015. The A's traded all-star third basemen Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays. Oakland received third baseman Brett Lawrie, pitchers Kendall Graveman and Sean Nolin and minor league infielder Franklin Barreto in return. Show More Summary
The Oakland Athletics have dealt Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays for Brett Lawrie and three players you've never heard of, per the team's Twitter account. #Athletics trade Josh Donaldson to Toronto for Brett Lawrie, Sean Nolin,...Show More Summary
While the rest of Major League Baseball was spending the evening of Black Friday recovering from all the hectic holiday shopping and Thanksgiving leftovers, the Toronto Blue Jays and Oakland Athletics were busy putting the finishingShow More Summary
The Oakland Athletics look to be in the early stages of a rebuild having dealt one of their best players from the last few seasons. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported that Oakland traded Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays for Brett...Show More Summary