Matt Di Nicolantonio
The Toronto Blue Jays continue their nine-game road trip on Monday, opening a three-game set with the Baltimore Orioles.
The Toronto Blue Jays hit the road for the first time this season, opening up a three-game set in Arlington against their old friends human garbage, the Texas Rangers.
The Toronto Blue Jays open a three-game set against the Chicago White Sox at the Dome on Monday night.
The Toronto Blue Jays finalized their 25-man Opening Day roster on Thursday, just hours ahead of the start of the new season against the New York Yankees. Here’s how they’ll stack up, and what to expect. *All stats were taken from Baseball Reference, including WAR. Projections for 2018 were taken from ZiPS on […]
The Toronto Blue Jays open a four-game set vs the New York Yankees on Thursday, kicking off the 2018 season.
With less than a week to go before Major League Baseball starts their 2018 campaign, it’s fair to say we’re more than ready for the season to start. Grapefruit League games are nearly behind us, and we’re ready to watch the games that count for real. For the Blue Jays, that might be because there’s […]
Needless to say, this season has not gone the way the Toronto Blue Jays wanted it to. The same can be said for All-Star closer Roberto Osuna. On Tuesday night in Boston, the 22-year old blew his 10th save of the season, the most in the Majors. He’s ominously approaching the single-season record of 14. […]
After a long hiatus, Matt & Asher are back to discuss September call-ups like Teoscar Hernandez and Richard Urena, as well as other prospects in the Blue Jays’ system. Which young players might be around next season? What role will players like Joe Biagini, Lourdes Gurriel Jr and Carlos Ramirez play? And it’s a September-themed […]
As the Blue Jays creep closer to .500, Asher & Matt discuss the new injuries and what it means for the situations in left field and at second base. Who are some names to consider to fill in at those positions? Should we be worried about Marco Estrada? Does the rise of Dwight Smith Jr […]
Ahead of J.A. Happ’s return to the rotation, Matt & Asher discuss the return to health of the Blue Jays’ pitching staff. What to do when everyone is healthy? Does Joe Biagini go back to the bullpen, or start at AAA? What about Francisco Liriano? We also apologize to Justin Smoak, and tip our cap […]