Toronto entered the offseason planning to be relevant again, but did they succeed or just tread water?
George Bissell, Mike Gianella and Eric Roseberry discuss potential wavier wire targets including Ian Happ, Tommy Joseph, Justin Smoak, Alex Avila and Brad Peacock. Then, BP Toronto Co-Editor-in-Chief Joshua Howsam joins the show to analyze Marco Estradaâ€™s strikeout surge, Jose Bautistaâ€™s struggles, and Marcus Stromanâ€™s upside.
Can the Blue Jays make another playoff run in what might be Jose Bautista’s final season in Toronto?
Toronto’s catcher shares his tips and tricks to the art of communication.
Last season was disappointing, but the Blue Jays’ right-hander is primed for a big 2017.
Nothing comes without unintended consequences.
The Pirates trade two starters, get back two more, and come out two prospects shallower than they were at the start of the day.
Toronto needs outfield depth in the short and long term, so the Blue Jays took Melvin Upton off the Padres’ hands at a discount.
If you’re gonna talk about a Bugs Bunny changeup, you’d best bring Bugs Bunny gifs.
Pitchers have stopped throwing the Blue Jays fastballs and, so far at least, their hitters have yet to adjust.
And where we go from here.
The Red Sox switch catchers, the Blue Jays summon a switch pitcher, and more.
In a post-Alex Anthopolous world, the Jays are finally playing to what was billed as his strength.