Rogers Centre

Jonathan Davis is Appreciating Every Moment

This past January, Toronto fans were treated to the very successful inaugural Blue Jays WinterFest. As one attendee making his first trip to Toronto and the Rogers Centre put it: “It was awesome, just getting out there and playing ping-pong with people you don’t know, and people you get to meet. It was just awesome.” Jonathan Davis, […]

Vlad Guerrero Jr

Minor League Update: Year in Review

As of now, there is only one Blue Jays minor league affiliate still playing ballgames. That team — your New Hampshire Fisher Cats — now sit one win away from being crowned Eastern League champions. Both Lansing and Bluefield also played in the postseason, but each was eliminated in the first round, while the Cats have […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays-Pitchers and Catchers

What A Former GM Would Change About MiLB: Part 3 — Affiliation Duration

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, a minor league team’s relationship with their major league affiliate is incredibly important for civic and league credibility, financial efficiency, and an overall piece of mind. This relationship is only growing in importance, as minor league teams have found ways to highlight and monetize their affiliations, and major league teams have found it useful to […]

Donaldson Traded

Josh Donaldson is Gone

Yesterday night, Josh Donaldson’s time in Toronto came to an end in a way that no one had hoped or imagined it would. Donaldson, the 2015 American League MVP was traded to Cleveland for a player to be named later ahead of the August 31 waiver trade deadline. The Jays will be absorbing $2.7 of […]