If Matz receives a qualifying offer, he’s likely to accept. The Jays must decide which version of the starter they are most likely to get in 2022, writes Gregor Chisholm. … [Read more...] about Gregor Chisholm: First up on Blue Jays’ off-season to-do list: solving the Steven Matz puzzle
Are you the best sports fan in the country? Prove it! FanSided is searching for our Fan of the Year and we’re giving away awesome prizes. We’re all fans of something. Here at FanSided, that fan spirit is what brings us to work every day, working to connect your fan communities with the stories that […] Are you the 2021 FanSided Sports Fan of the Year? - Jays Journal - Jays … [Read more...] about Are you the 2021 FanSided Sports Fan of the Year?
Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 113, which represents close to 12,000 TTC workers, is pushing back against the TTC's mandatory vaccination policy. Read More … [Read more...] about TTC workers’ union calls for alternatives to vaccination
The Blue Jays have some important decisions to make this offseason, and that could include looking to make a few significant trades. With that in mind, it’s never too early to think about what Ross Atkins and his front office team might do, or which Jays players could end up being traded. I’d be willing […] Blue Jays: Top 5 players most likely to be traded this offseason - Jays … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: Top 5 players most likely to be traded this offseason
A couple of days ago I covered a few different position-based prospects who had the potential to find themselves on the Blue Jays roster next season, especially if they have a strong Spring Training. With the position prospects discussed, now it is time to switch to pitching prospects within the club’s farm system who could […] Blue Jays: Pitching prospects who could crack the … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: Pitching prospects who could crack the Opening Day roster
Do you want a bold take? Robbie Ray will definitely win the American Cy Young award. In fact, despite this being a two-horse race between Robbie Ray and the New York Yankees’ Gerrit Cole, the stats tell us that Cole shouldn’t even come close. The comparison: Robbie Ray had a fantastic season. In 193.1 innings pitched, he had an ERA of 2.84 and a FIP of 3.69, nice. He also had … [Read more...] about Robbie Ray should win the Cy Young by a wide margin
Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images A look at Vlad’s 2021 season The first two seasons of Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s career added up to a very slight disappointment, at least for folks who figured a 20-year-old would be a world-beater right from the start. In the 2020 season, Vlad worked hard to get into shape, but Covid hit, and the season was delayed. And, like many of … [Read more...] about The season that was: Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
It was a frustrating end to the season for Hyun Jin Ryu and the Blue Jays, but with some adjustments to the game plan going forward I believe the veteran southpaw can still be an ace-level contributor. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not naive to the way things finished up for the 34 year old, […] Blue Jays: Handled differently, Hyun Jin Ryu can still be a star - Jays Journal - Jays … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: Handled differently, Hyun Jin Ryu can still be a star