By Matt Antaya / @selfcynic After a weekend of walk-off celebrations against the Detroit Tigers (including a 19-inning marathon on Sunday), the Jays flew to Seattle and were reminded why the baseball season is long and hard. Dropping all three...
The Blue Jays are headed out on the road after winning their home series against the Houston Astros. We know it’s way too early for such statements, but the fact is, the Jays are tied for first place in their division, the American League East
After an endless winter, the ‘boys of summer’ are headed back to Toronto. The Major League Baseball season kicks off on March 31st, and though you like to think of yourself as a Blue Jays fan (still clinging hard to ’92 & ’93, baby), a brief chat with your stats-savvy boss has made it clear: you don’t know a damn thing about this year’s team
Ever wonder what the boys in blue are up to this time of year? Well, they’re not freezing their butts off in Toronto like us, that’s for sure. They head south for the winter like, well, birds. By February, you won’t find Bautista, Dickey, and Lawrie wandering through Yorkville
Jose Bautista has exploded over the past few seasons and is now one of the most coveted players in MLB. He's also carrying the weight of a city anxious for wins on his shoulders, and exhibits what it means to live the 360-degree young professional life