Blue Jays Midseason Update: Kevin Pillar Just Keeps On Hitting
BEST PLAYER: Outfielder Kevin Pillar continues to hit as he moves up in the organization. The 24-year-old was hitting .313/.361/.441 after 304 at-bats with Double-A New Hampshire, leading the Eastern [...]
Transfer Rule Allowed Andy Burns To Fall To Blue Jays
TORONTO—Andy Burns might have gone higher in the 2011 draft if he had played his junior year at Arizona. Instead, he was ruled ineligible to play that year because he [...]
Casey Lawrence Stays In The Zone For Blue Jays
Throwing strikes has been key for Blue Jays righthander Casey Lawrence, who a few years ago wasn't sure he would have a career in professional baseball.
Jack Murphy Returns To Blue Jays After Offseason In Australia
TORONTO—Jack Murphy was three weeks into the offseason when he decided that he needed something to do. “I was sitting at home and was bored,” the Sarasota, Fla., native said. So [...]
Sharp Stuff Belies Youth Of Jays’ Osuna
Roberto Osuna could still be pitching in high school. Instead, the 18-year-old righthander is preparing for his second season in the Blue Jyas organization.
Blue Jays’ Stilson Finds Comfort In Bullpen
Righthander John Stilson started last season as a starter and finished it as a reliever, and the Blue Jays think the bullpen is his comfort zone.<br/>
Blue Jays Trade Opens Opportunity For Jimenez
With Travis d'Arnaud traded to the Mets, the focus turns to A.J. Jimenez among Toronto's catching prospects.
Goins Makes Steady Progress For Jays
After hitting for power in college, Ryan Goins has made the adjustment to a line-drive hitter since joining the Blue Jays.<br/>
Nolin Takes Leap Forward For Blue Jays
The 2010 draft was a rich one in pitching for the Blue Jays. And in 2012, it got better with the improvement shown by lefthander Sean Nolin.
Loup No Longer Overlooked In Toronto
Blue Jays lefthander Aaron Loup says he is accustomed to not getting attention.
Door Opens In Toronto For Hechavarria
An injury to Brett Lawrie created an opportunity for Adeiny Hechavarria to break in to Toronto at third base.