Roster Moves Illuminate Elusive Grasp on Baseball Employment

  Wow, so that’s a mouthful for a title of a baseball blog post. Perhaps it’s due to me getting back into the academic writing phase of the year or maybe I just want to sound haughty and pretentious.     With an off day on September 2, the Blue … Continue reading

September 1 Minor League Report: All She Wrote

  That’s all she wrote for the 2014 minor league regular season. The Blue Jays will have two affiliates playing playoff baseball: the Dunedin Blue Jays and Vancouver Canadians, who look to defend their three straight Northwest League titles.     Buffalo Bisons 8, Syracuse Chiefs 2   Scott Copeland … Continue reading

Who Will Be the September Call Ups?

  It’s Labour Day and it’s September 1 which means that many minor leaguers around baseball will have a double holiday as they get called up to the major leagues. Who are the Blue Jays going to call up? Read on and find out what I think.     Sparking … Continue reading

August 31 Minor League Report

  The Blue Jays came back against the Yankees to win 4-3 thanks, in part, to home runs by Jose Bautista and Melky Cabrera. Bautista has now homered in five consecutive games and is one game off the Blue Jays’ record, held by Jose Cruz, Jr.     Buffalo Bisons … Continue reading

Should They Stay or Should They Go?

  Blue Jays fans and media have been speculating on the futures of several Toronto Blue Jays players, now that the Jays have fallen comfortably out of a wild card playoff spot and the gaze goes beyond this season. Brian Cafardo of the Boston Globe speculated recently on several Blue … Continue reading

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Written by blogger Jay Blue, Blue Jays from Away was started while he was living in Germany. Now back in Toronto, Jay is writing about all things Blue Jays, focusing on the Jays' minor league system.

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2014 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Handbook

Available on March 31, 2014, the 2014 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Handbook is the most in-depth guide to the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league system anywhere! You can get it for $7.99 (US) in e-book form at, Amazon, Kobo, Apple iTunes and other online retailers.