To have a healthy chance at a playoff spot this season, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons figures Toronto needs a totally healed Aaron Sanchez.
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Toronto pitcher Marcus Stroman met with Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins on Friday, a day after the 26-year old right-hander's salary arbitration loss triggered him to vent on Twitter.
The Blue Jays have signed Jaime García to a one-year contract with a club option for 2019, the team announced Thursday.
Cleveland's Trevor Bauer, Houston's Collin McHugh and Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi have won their salary arbitration cases. Toronto's Marcus Stroman and Minnesota's Kyle Gibson have lost. The decisions for the pitchers leave players with an 11-8 advantage.
Chicago White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia won his salary arbitration case against the team and will get a raise to $6.7 million instead of the club's $5.85 million offer.
Left-hander Craig Breslow has agreed to a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays and will attend major league spring training.
The Toronto Blue Jays will retire Roy Halladay's jersey on Opening Day. Halladay died last year in a plane crash at the age of 40.
It's already February, but there are aces and sluggers looking for new homes. We find the best bet -- and a dark horse -- for the top available names.
Which Blue Jays are Midsummer Classic worthy? Way-too-early All-Star rosters
Crunching the numbers to forecast the future provides a slightly different read on who baseball's best prospects might be, but they might also embrace Ronald Acuña's future stardom.
Players are 5-2 in arbitration this year after Houston closer Ken Giles and Tampa Bay shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria have won their cases and Toronto closer Roberto Osuna lost his.
Spring training is nearly here, and there are dozens of free agents still available. We find each club's biggest need and identify potential targets.
Even after some big trades, the Yankees' system is brimming with talent. How far behind are the Red Sox, and which other AL East teams have prospects on the way to the majors?
Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer
Mookie Betts is repped by the Legacy Agency, which has upcoming arbitration hearings scheduled for George Springer, Jonathan Schoop, Marcus Stroman, Kevin Gausman and Roberto Ozuna. Legacy also reps Carlos Correa, who will be eligible for arbitration next year.
William Weinbaum ESPN
New Hall of Famer Jack Morris, an honoree at the annual NY baseball writers dinner Sunday night, acknowledged mistakes he made as a younger person, when he had testy relations with the writers as a player — and joked that they'd given him more votes cumulatively than any player. They never elected him to the Hall, but the modern era committee did last month.
With a budding superstar in the outfield and a crop of talented pitchers coming through their system, nobody can top the Braves' collection of prospects right now. Which teams finished behind Atlanta on the list?
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens saw only a minimal increase in their percentages -- up to 56.4 percent for Bonds and 57.3 for Clemens. They have four years left on the ballot and while they continue to fare well with new voters, the old-timers remain more entrenched as anti-steroid voters and I don't know if they have enough momentum to get to 75 percent.
Who's the next Jose Altuve or Mike Trout? What about the next Bryce Harper or Aaron Judge? Chances are you'll find a new generation of breakout ballplayers as the list reaches No. 1.
From minor leaguers with major league hopes for the upcoming season to toolsy teenagers climbing through the farm system, who made the cut as we begin counting down baseball's best prospects?
Outfielder Randal Grichuk has been traded to the Blue Jays from the Cardinals. Earlier this week, Grichuk expressed disappointment that he would be fourth or fifth in the pecking order for the Cardinals this season.
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are two of the greatest -- and most controversial -- stars MLB has ever seen. As the Cooperstown debate rages, which side voters land on tells us much more than just their stance on steroids.
Free-agent center fielder Curtis Granderson is heading to the Toronto Blue Jays on a one-year, $5 million deal.
Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer
Former A.L. MVP Josh Donaldson talks about the difference between nerves and adrenaline in golf and baseball. Advice on equipment when watching him golf?
The Blue Jays will extend the protective netting at Rogers Centre to the outfield end of each dugout this season and increase the height of netting behind home plate by approximately 10 feet, to 28 feet.