7:43 AM EDT, Wed September 22, 2021
42 mins ago

Blue Jays: Why Wednesday’s series finale is such a huge game

Every game is important for the rest of the regular season for the Blue Jays, but Wednesday’s series finale with the Rays has some additional meaning. Obviously it’ll be important for the Blue Jays to keep the pressure on the New York Yankees, who are a half game back of the Jays for the second […] Blue Jays: Why Wednesday’s series finale is such a huge game - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
23 hours ago

Blue Jays still need one more reliever to step up and contribute

The Blue Jays have found a few reliable bullpen arms in the second half of the season, but they could really use one more solid reliever down the stretch. After spending most of the season looking for any effective options to contribute in the bullpen, Charlie Montoyo has finally found a formula that has been […] Blue Jays still need one more reliever to step up and contribute - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 21, 2021

Blue Jays: How the club almost lost Jordan Romano back in late 2018

Drafted by the Blue Jays in the tenth round of the 2014 MLB Draft, Markham, Ontario’s Jordan Romano has been one of the best arms in the bullpen this season. This comes after a strong 2020 campaign that saw the right-hander earn his first major league save but also battled injuries on his way to […] Blue Jays: How the club almost lost Jordan Romano back in late 2018 - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: Robbie Ray Now The Odds-On Favourite for Cy Young Award

When Gerrit Cole was unceremoniously booed off the mound yesterday by the Yankee faithful in the Bronx after surrendering a seven-spot in an 11-1 loss, it was not only indicative of the New York Yankees’ playoff hopes taking a hit, but also of Cole’s Cy Young chances. Enter Robbie Ray: in what is a miraculous […] Blue Jays: Robbie Ray Now The Odds-On Favourite for Cy Young Award - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: Berrios is quietly ranking on the Major League leaderboards

Jose Berrios has been playing well for the Blue Jays as of late, a good sign after what the club had to give up in order to bring him North of the border. After sending top prospects Austin Martin and Simeon Woods-Richardson the opposite way to Minnesota, Berrios had a great start in Toronto but […] Blue Jays: Berrios is quietly ranking on the Major League leaderboards - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: 2021 Positional Players, Where did they go?

The Blue Jays have had a successful 2021 season and are in the midst of pushing towards a Wild Card position. Throughout the year they have used several players, some of which they have moved on from.  The casual Blue Jays fan may not know where they have gone or how they are doing, and […] Blue Jays: 2021 Positional Players, Where did they go? - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: Bowden- “Vlad Guerrero Jr. is the MVP, and it’s not even close.”

For several months during this baseball season, as we all marvelled at the two-way exploits of Shohei Ohtani, it seemed to have been a foregone conclusion that the Los Angeles Angels star pitcher and hitter would be named the American League MVP. Now, that notion is being challenged, as Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is on a […] Blue Jays: Bowden- “Vlad Guerrero Jr. is the MVP, and it’s not even close.” - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and the difference between good and great

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. has been a different player for the Blue Jays in the second half, and he’s been a major factor in helping get them back into the playoff picture. For the first half of the season, I would argue that Gurriel Jr’s performance perfectly captured the Blue Jays in 2021. All the potential […] Blue Jays: Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and the difference between good and great - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 20, 2021

Blue Jays: The AL is afraid of this team – and with good reason

Another Sunday in the books and another series win for the Blue Jays, a common theme in the month of September that has this team on a historic run and is garnering attention from quite a few different parties across the league. While the Blue Jays seemed to be counted out last month, sitting 4.5 […] Blue Jays: The AL is afraid of this team – and with good reason - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 19, 2021

Blue Jays ace Hyun Jin Ryu hits the 10-day injured list with neck tightness

After a dominant 2020 campaign with the Blue Jays, Hyun Jin Ryu has faced all sorts of struggles especially as of this past month. The underlying factor for his play on the mound may have just been released as the star pitcher was just placed on the 10-day injured list for neck tightness a few […] Blue Jays ace Hyun Jin Ryu hits the 10-day injured list with neck tightness - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 19, 2021

Blue Jays: Best Power-Hitting Catchers in Franchise History

With Salvador Perez on the verge of breaking the all-time, single-season record for home runs by a catcher, I thought it might be fun to have a look at the franchise-best in Toronto Blue Jays history. Danny Jansen (8 HR), Alejandro Kirk (8), and Reese McGuire (1) have combined for just 17 home runs as […] Blue Jays: Best Power-Hitting Catchers in Franchise History - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 19, 2021

Blue Jays: While difficult, letting Josh Donaldson go was the right call

Seeing an old friend in Josh Donaldson has some Blue Jays fans wishing he was still kicking around, however, letting him go at that time back in 2018 was the right call. I’ll acknowledge that the Blue Jays could use a reliable third baseman like him right now, and that he clearly still has plenty […] Blue Jays: While difficult, letting Josh Donaldson go was the right call - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 19, 2021

Blue Jays: Fans should be pleased no matter what happens this season

Toronto Blue Jays fans should be pleased with their baseball club considering the obstacles they have had to go through this season. It’s still absolutely mind boggling to me how Blue Jays General Manager Ross Atkins recruited free agent players like Marcus Semien, George Springer, and Robbie Ray considering the logistical obstacles the organization were […] Blue Jays: Fans should be pleased no matter what happens this season - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 19, 2021

Blue Jays: More to re-signing Marcus Semien than meets the eye

The Blue Jays are going to be one of many teams vying for Marcus Semien‘s services during the offseason, and it’s possible that there’s more urgency than we may realize. I say that because like many of you, I’ve already put a fair bit of thought into what the Blue Jays should do when some […] Blue Jays: More to re-signing Marcus Semien than meets the eye - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community
Sep 18, 2021

Toronto Blue Jays: Haven’t we learned by now?

If there’s one thing we should have learned from the 2021 Toronto Blue Jays, it’s that we should never count them out of anything. Whether that’s a scorching hot streak that got them back in the postseason race, or turning a no-hitter into an 10-run lead during the last inning, it’s pretty tough to predict […] Toronto Blue Jays: Haven’t we learned by now? - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - Toronto Blue Jays News, Rumors and Fan Community