After three consecutive injury-plagued seasons, Danny Jansen is on his way to achieving his primary goal this season: staying healthy. Staying on the field and hitting the ball hard, he’s […]
At 24, Andrew Guillotte has reached the highest levels of the minor leagues in just his third professional season and has done it by providing defensive excellence and flexibility while […]
It’s been two days since he’s been drafted, and Seminole State Junior College shortstop Gunner Halter is weighing his options on whether to go pro or go back to […]
Throwing is something that right-handed pitcher Bobby Eveld has always done, whether it was with a football or, now, with a baseball. Coming into the Blue Jays’ organization in 2016 […]
When I first started following the Blue Jays’ minor leagues, I was intrigued by a speedster who was well regarded by his teammates and coaches, playing great defense and scampering […]
Chris Rowley is an unusual player in the minor leagues. While many players who aren’t drafted out of high school go to college, often their choice of college can have […]
Welcome back to the Blue Jays from Away Podcast! On today’s episode: Blue Jays’ roving hitting instructor, Mike Barnett, talks about some of the hitters in the […]
Selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 18th round of the 2015 draft, right-handed pitcher Geno Encina had a terrific career in college, playing for the University of...
The Vancouver Canadians kicked off their season yesterday and we caught up with their newest player and starting center fielder, Earl Burl III, to provide us some insight into his...
A couple of months ago, news (that was mostly ignored) came out that the Blue Jays had signed a young player from Belgium, Sam Buelens. Buelens is a 19-year-old […]