Alejandro Kirk Breaks The Mold
The 5-foot-9 catcher made an impression in big league camp with his framing ability, low target and bat-to-ball skills.
New Opportunity Excites Hobie Harris
The Blue Jays zeroed in on the 26-year-old reliever's velocity and plan of attack when they selected him in the minor league Rule 5 draft.
Older, Wiser Phillippe Aumont Now In Right Headspace
Aumont once viewed baseball as a job, but he rediscovered his love for the game in the independent Can-Am League.
Recent Deadline Deals Bear Fruit
The Blue Jays added two players to the 40-man roster—righty Thomas Hatch and middle infielder Santiago Espinal—who were acquired in deadline deals.
Hard-Throwing Julian Merryweather On Deck For 2020
The Blue Jays expected the trade acquisition to impact the 2019 club, but an injury setback from Tommy John surgery pushed back his ETA.
Yennsy Diaz Pens To-Do List For 2020
After pitching effectively at Double-A and reaching the big leagues, Diaz has his sights set on contributing in Toronto in 2020.
Nate Pearson: Blue Jays 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
One of the sport's most talented pitching prospects, Pearson should make an impact for the Blue Jays in 2020.
Eric Pardinho Focuses On Staying Healthy
The Blue Jays' No. 4 prospect, Pardinho has recovered from an early season elbow strain and is pitching well for low Class A Lansing.
Blue Jays Go All In For Alek Manoah
Enamored of Manoah's stuff and Cape performance last year, the Blue Jays eagerly drafted him 11th overall.
Cullen Large Impresses With Work Ethic
Recovered from a shoulder injury he suffered last year, Large got off to a hot start in the Florida State League.