DUNEDIN, FLA. – Toronto Blue Jays pitching prospect Angel Perdomo continues to shine after a couple of all star appearances in 2016.
2016 Spring Training
DUNEDIN, Fla. – Roemon Fields gave up on baseball after college, but made his return to the sport he loves by joining the Toronto Blue Jays organization after lots of convincing from family. Following a career…
Bo Bichette’s ultimate goal is to be the best player who’s ever walked on earth. Such a statement may sound lofty coming from a player who just turned 19, but these are undertones of quiet confidence and not precocious hubris that colour the Blue Jays shortstop prospect’s words.
Jake Fishman always maintains a level-headed approach to his game.
Experiencing his first spring training with the Blue Jays, the 30th round draft pick from Sharon, Massachusetts
Ian Parmley looks to the emergence of small ball to book his ticket into the Major Leagues, and is being taught how to master the craft by one of the best — Hall of Famer Tim Raines.
A walk-off home run with one out in the bottom of the ninth to beat the New York Yankees 3-2 comes with its privileges. For Toronto Blue Jays prospect Ryan McBroom, it means another shot at making it to Toronto.
From cap to t-shirt, tote bag to earrings, Toronto Blue Jays logos adorned Marilyn Ryerse’s outfit. Ryerse was one of thousands of fans who streamed into the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on a sunny Tuesday afternoon to watch the Jays take on Team Canada in spring training action. But on this day, the most powerful stories had nothing to do with the boxscore.
TAMPA, Fla.– Few things electrify a baseball crowd more than watching an outfielder flex his athletic ability and chase down a ball that is seemingly out of reach. Richie Rivera, centre-fielder for the University of…
DUNEDIN, Fla. — John La Prise has never been to Toronto, but he is genuinely hyped to be playing for Canada’s beloved Blue Jays and their minor league affiliates. The second baseman was born exactly…
DUNEDIN, FLA. – Four games into his junior year at the University of Virginia, John La Prise was sidelined with a hip injury that required season-ending surgery. Though, that had no effect on the Toronto Blue Jays front office as they selected the former Cavalier infielder/outfielder in the 19th round, (572nd overall), of the 2015 MLB draft.