It could be a two-year contract for Joey Bats to stay in Toronto
Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball sees Toronto finally making progress with Bautista, Jay Bruce’s trade price, and why John Cena doesn’t play baseball. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Indians officially introduced prized free-agent signing Edwin Encarnacion on Thursday. Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reported the sides finalized a three-year, $60 million contract after the former Toronto Blue Jays slugger passed a physical Wednesday. Show More Summary
How the Blue Jays going all in to win could actually cost them in the long run
Is a return to Toronto in the cards for Joey Bats?
He's one of the biggest free agents in baseball... but Jose Bautista is still doing big things in Toronto! Bautista -- who just became a free agent after 8 years with the Blue Jays -- surprised a bunch of young fans at The Hospital for Sick…
Professional athletes over the years have learned one simple lesson in life: Do. Not. Trash. Talk. Michael. Jordan. But Toronto Blue Jays (...)
For the third year in a row, the American League representative in the World Series came out of the AL Central when the Indians knocked out the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS. On the arms of Corey Kluber and Andrew Miller, the TribeShow More Summary
Some people like to dance around a question without actually answering it, but then there are those who are more straightforward and just tell it like it is. Former Toronto Blue Jays RF and current free agent Jose Bautista can cross at least one team off his list of possible destination this offseason, and it has nothing […]
The Toronto Blue Jays reportedly added a high-upside player to the roster Monday with the signing of Steve Pearce to a two-year, $12.5 million deal, per ESPN's Buster Olney and Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The 33-year-old veteran is coming...Show More Summary
The Maple Leafs are the center of attention, and the Raptors and the Blue Jays have recently made playoff runs. A championship for Toronto F.C. could change the story.
Tuesday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes Toronto’s interest in retaining Encarnacion, and Bartolo Colon on a scooter. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds of stories, rumors, game coverage and Vines of dudes getting hit in the beans every day. Show More Summary
Now that MLB teams drew first blood in the offseason's free-agency market, expect the floodgates to soon open. The Toronto Blue Jays started the party by officially signing Kendrys Morales, a clear sign of them fearing the end of their relationship with star sluggers Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista. Show More Summary
Toronto Blue Jays reliever Joe Biagini — who loves Canada’s “smiling rate” — made some news this (...)
All 30 MLB teams have holes to fill this offseason, but for teams set to lose one of the market's marquee free agents, those holes are a bit more glaring. How will the Toronto Blue Jays replace Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista, aShow More Summary
Jerry Howarth, the voice of the Toronto Blue Jays has revealed he has prostate cancer. Howarth who called the Blue Jays in the ALCS told Canada’s CTV network that an MRI found the cancer after a biopsy did not find not. Howarth will undergo surgery next week to have a small tumor removed. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays have reportedly discussed a trade for outfielder Jay Bruce with the New York Mets, ESPN's Jim Bowden told MLB Network Radio on Sunday. According to Bowden, the Blue Jays want to set up a platoon in left field, with Melvin Upton Jr. already in place. More to follow. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista are free agents with qualifying offers from the Toronto Blue Jays sitting in front of them. That means the door isn't merely open for one or both players to return to the Jays —it's swinging on its...Show More Summary
The 2016-17 MLB offseason is already picking up steam here midway through the month of November, with a number of significant moves already made, as detailed by Spotrac. Kendrys Morales signed with the Toronto Blue Jays, veteran starters Bartolo Colon and R.A. Show More Summary
Free-agent signing spurs suggestion that Edwin Encarnacion will not be coming back to Toronto.