The Blue Jays set a franchise record for pitchers used in 2019, and a rookie catcher had to figure out how to make that work for him and those pitchers.
From a fragment discovered in the dust of the Vatican library: Hostilities ceased annually for four days. One of those days was set aside for celebration and spectacle, when combatants gathered for friendly competition to the cheers of the common people. Lancers rode out onto a bright green field, gaily garbed in white and grey…
Becoming unmoored in extra innings, losing sight of entire careers, and just not having sight at all.
Short Relief visits the three main stages of life: Childhood, Adulthood and Statcast.
Kate wants to protect Joe Biagini from the world, Emma unlocks the secrets of an ancient ritual, and Trevor unearths new truths about Mike Trout.
A Brewers prospects gets a lesson in justice, minor league teams carve out niche markets through naming, and baseball history, told by the players who made it.
The Blue Jays have no shortage of right-handed sluggers. They also have Troy Tulowitzki.
A behind-the-scenes look into what makes of one of baseball’s best relievers successful.
In a post-Alex Anthopolous world, the Jays are finally playing to what was billed as his strength.
It was just a single. Until it wasn’t.
John Gibbons’ usage of David Price has been questioned, but PECOTA is betting on the lefty to extend the series.
The Blue Jays will try to overcome history; the Cubs will try to overcome HISTORY.
The Blue Jays’ afternoon started with a cliff and ended with a Pennington.
Game Four of the ALCS pits the two eldest statesmen on both sides of the border against each other.
The predictably strong Blue Jays offense was strong; but, just as importantly, the predictably exceptional Blue Jays center fielder fielded center field.
The Royals take a 2-0 lead, which one might consider describing as a commanding lead but for it being one loss away from one calling it a fragile lead.