After months of speculation, the Blue Jays finally announced on Wednesday that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will make his MLB debut on Friday night in Toronto.
Blue Jays' No. 2 prospect Bo Bichette was hit in the hand by a pitch on Monday in triple-A, breaking the second metacarpal bone in his left hand.
With Matt Shoemaker out for the season and Aaron Sanchez's finger issues popping up again, the Blue Jays are suddenly thin in their starting rotation.
With the number of moving parts on the Blue Jays' roster, Ryan Tepera's return finally gives Charlie Montoyo a more balance bullpen.
Blue Jays notes and analysis on Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio, Sean Reid-Foley, Jacob Waguespack, Juan De Paula and more.
With the draft whirlwind behind him, 18-year-old Adam Kloffenstein is focused on developing his full arsenal on the mound for the Blue Jays.
Ryan Borucki has been placed on the 60-day IL with left elbow inflammation and is not eligible to return until a least tMay 27.
Charlie Montoyo removed Lourdes Gurriel Jr. from Sunday's game after the Blue Jays' second baseman made an error on a wide throw to first.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is back on the doorstep of the majors, but determining his arrival date still requires some reading between the lines.
The Blue Jays Prospect Insider series returns with early notes on Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, Nate Pearson, Cavan Biggio and many more.