Back to business after quiet Meetings for Blue Jays | Toronto Blue Jays
Anthopoulos cautioned before the Winter Meetings that he didn't expect the Blue Jays to make any major moves, and he turned out to be correct.
Toronto's only activity at the annual Meetings...
Rule 5 Draft gives Blue Jays financial flexibility | Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto flips Moran to Halos for international cap space, cash considerations
By Gregor Chisholm / MLB.com | 12/12/2013 1:43 P.M. ET
Roberto Espinosa posted a 2.55...
Blue Jays pick Moran in Rule 5 Draft | Toronto Blue Jays
Blue Jays bring back Ohka as knuckleballer (0)
Anthopoulos not shopping Rasmus at Winter Meetings (0)
Blue Jays may be active in Rule 5 Draft (0)
Weber making move to Korean...
Blue Jays Rule 5 selection | Toronto Blue Jays
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have selected LHP BRIAN MORAN from the Seattle Mariners roster and traded the 25-year old to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for an International cap space.
Weber making move to Korean Baseball League | Toronto Blue Jays
the verge of being sold to the NC Dinos of the Korean Baseball League.
The move has yet to be made official, but general manager Alex Anthopoulos was optimistic the deal would be completed...
Blue Jays: Toronto will always be ‘home’ for the Halladays | Toronto Star Online
acceptable trade to the Phillies in December 2009. He had called the Jays two weeks ago and the negotiations were the easiest of his career. ?Somebody asked me once, ?Do you think you?ll ever...
Leiper reportedly Blue Jays' new first-base coach | Toronto Blue Jays
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Blue Jays have hired Tim Leiper to take over for the retired Dwayne Murphy as first-base coach, according to a report by Sportsnet.
Leiper spent the past year...
Postgame interview nets Kawasaki GIBBY Award | Toronto Blue Jays
Chisholm / MLB.com | 12/10/2013 3:42 P.M. ET
TORONTO -- Munenori Kawasaki won over the Blue Jays' fanbase with his antics on and off the field, and it's that same type of quirky...
Halladay comes full circle with Blue Jays | Toronto Blue Jays
goodbyes on Monday standing at a podium in a meeting room during baseball's Winter Meetings, his wife and two children seated directly in front of him, and the rest of the chairs filled by baseball...
Blue Jays: Roy Halladay’s career highlights | Toronto Star Online
and for more than a decade he was among the best athletes Toronto had ever seen. Now that he has officially retired ? as a Blue Jay, to boot ? we can look back upon his impressive career.
Gibbons expects team to learn from disappointing '13 | Toronto Blue Jays
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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Blue Jays have been relatively quiet this offseason, but no matter what moves are made away from the diamond, manager John Gibbons...
Roy Halladay to retire as a Blue Jay | Toronto Blue Jays
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS are pleased to announce the contract signing of RHP ROY HALLADAY. This agreement will ensure the legendary right-hander will retire as a Toronto Blue Jay.
Blue Jays blog update: Roy Halladay signs one-day contract to retire as a Jay | Toronto Star Online
After 16-year career, Halladay hanging up his spikes | Toronto Blue Jays
Right-hander to sign one-day contract so he can retire as member of Blue Jays
By Cash Kruth / MLB.com | 12/9/2013 11:15 A.M. ET
Two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay...
Blue Jays go to bat for Stand Up To Cancer | Toronto Blue Jays
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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- The Blue Jays are offering up a rare on-field experience for fans in an attempt to help raise funds for Major League Baseball's Stand...
Roy Halladay to retire as a Blue Jay after signing one-day contract | Toronto Star Online
One of the greatest pitchers in Blue Jays history, Roy Halladay will sign a one-day contract with Toronto to retire with his original team, according to reports out of baseball?s winter meetings...
Winter meetings: American League preview: Griffin | Toronto Star Online
97-65. 2013 payroll: $154.6 million
STRENGTHS: Since 1978, only the 1992-93 Blue Jays and the 1998-2000 Yankees have managed to repeat. The starting pitching became a strength after the return...
Blue Jays content with second-base options | Toronto Blue Jays
TB@TOR: Goins starts double play on Loney's grounder
TORONTO -- The Blue Jays are still in the market for a second baseman, but if something doesn't materialize, they seem content with the...
A symphony of comfort and cheer | Toronto Star Online
answer the door, not the dashing Peter Oundjian, music director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
He resembles a younger Peter Rieger, the actor. A writer from the Boston Globe once described...
Blue Jays prospect Murphy a cult hero Down Under | Toronto Blue Jays
-- There are many unique stories in the increasingly global game of baseball, but it's not every day that you find an American who plays for a Canadian franchise representing Australia in Taiwan...
Catching Dickey is key to Kratz's shot at backup role | Toronto Blue Jays
PHI@NYM: Kratz fields bunt, makes strong toss for out
TORONTO -- Veteran catcher Erik Kratz appears destined for Triple-A Buffalo, but the Blue Jays have every intention...
Blue Jays' annual award winners announced | Toronto Blue Jays
Chisholm / MLB.com | 12/4/2013 6:43 P.M. ET
TORONTO -- Edwin Encarnacion was the big winner as the Blue Jays' annual award winners were named, with the veteran first baseman...
Blue Jays: Anthopoulos opens up ahead of winter meetings | Toronto Star Online
Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos says he isn?t optimistic he?ll be able to upgrade his club?s starting rotation via free agency, but he has identified three starting pitchers to target in...
Blue Jays deal for catcher Kratz, lefty Rasmussen | Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto parts with right-handed reliever Lincoln in three-player trade
By Gregor Chisholm / MLB.com | 12/3/2013 11:01 P.M. ET
TORONTO -- The Blue Jays used some of...
Blue Jays acquire C Erik Kratz and LHP Rob Rasumssen | Toronto Blue Jays
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have traded RHP BRAD LINCOLN to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for C ERIK KRATZ and LHP ROB RASMUSSEN.
KRATZ, 33, appeared in 68 games for the Phillies...