The Toronto Blue Jays have already made the biggest move of their off-season: they removed “interim” from Paul Beeston’s title.
After yet another disappointing season by the Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Media president and CEO Tony Viner says the owners knew it was time for a change.
The winds of change are starting to blow in the Toronto Blue Jays front office.
Fans of the Toronto Blue Jays can’t cheer for the current version in the major league playoffs, but they can still root for some former players.
Fans sitting in the left and right field bleachers were kept busy catching home run balls Friday night at Camden Yards.
What started off like a second honeymoon looks to be crashing down to reality.
Things may not have gone as planned in 2009, but the Toronto Blue Jays have caught a glimpse of what could have been during their current six-game winning streak.
Randy Ruiz went four-for-six with two home runs and two RBIs as the visiting Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 12-0 on Wednesday night.
Adam Lind hit three home runs and the Toronto Blue Jays held off a late rally by the Boston Red Sox to win, 8-7, on Tuesday at Fenway Park.
As the Toronto Blue Jays’ season comes to an end, fans are coming to grips with the possibility that Friday night’s win against the Seattle Mariners could be Roy Halladay’s last start in the home uniform.