Blue Jays, top pick Manoah have deal (sources)
Toronto also reportedly inks second-round pick Williams
TORONTO -- It appears as though the Blue Jays could be adding to their reserves down on the farm with arms from this year’s Draft in the very near future.
Sources told MLB.com that first-rounder and 11th overall pick Alek Manoah had a deal in place to sign for his
Vlad Jr. belts clutch go-ahead HR to beat Yanks
Top prospect hits three-run blast, while Grichuk has 2-homer game
TORONTO -- Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was the hero the Blue Jays needed on Wednesday night.
The 20-year-old rookie phenom -- the No. 1 prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline -- hit a go-ahead three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to help lift the home team to an 11-7
Blue Jays take Doc's son in symbolic 32nd Rd.
Braden Halladay will keep his commitment to play at Penn State
TORONTO -- A little over a month before Roy Halladay is due to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame, the Blue Jays selected his son, Braden, a right-hander from Calvary Christian (Florida) High School, in the 32nd round of the MLB Draft on Wednesday.
With a strong commitment to
Blue Jays draft top-ranked Canadian prospect
Speedster Brown, from Oakville, Ont., picked in third round
TORONTO -- When Dasan Brown became the first Canadian taken off the Draft board in this year’s selection process, it felt as though the pick had been a long time coming.
Plenty of time and effort goes into every choice by every team, but the Blue Jays spent an inordinate
Blue Jays opt for two pitchers on Day 1 of Draft
Toronto 'confident' in No. 11 pick Manoah's stuff
TORONTO -- Alek Manoah showed the Blue Jays everything they wanted to see this year and more.
Toronto has followed the 6-foot-6, 260-pound right-hander since his playing days at South Dade Senior High School in Miami, but it was Manoah’s success in the Cape Cod League last summer and in
Guerrero flashes defensive potential at 3B
Blue Jays struggle vs. Rockies starter Gray in loss
DENVER -- Though it may be hard to believe given his tremendous ability at the plate, not to mention the prodigious force with which he smashes baseballs to the outer reaches of a ballpark, the first place Vladimir Guerrero Jr. goes when he gets to the ballpark each day is
Vlad Jr. received Coors Field advice from dad
Blue Jays phenom homered in opener against Rockies
DENVER -- The night before Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was to play in his first game at Coors Field, he got a phone call from his dad.
"He gave me a heads-up and feedback about the ballpark," Guerrero said through an interpreter.
Vladimir Guerrero Sr.'s feedback may have included just how
Big day for Biggio: 1st hit, 1st home run
Rookie goes 3-for-4 as Blue Jays bust out 17 hits
TORONTO -- Welcome to the big leagues, Cavan Biggio.
After two hitless games following the 24-year-old infielder’s callup to the Majors on Friday, Biggio broke out in a big way on Sunday in Toronto’s 10-1 series finale win over the Padres at Rogers Centre.
In Biggio’s first at-bat of the
Blue Jays' lineup adds to HOF lineage
Biggio, Vlad Jr. become first teammates to have HOF fathers
The Blue Jays already had one son of a Hall of Famer in their lineup. On Friday, they made it two -- and made some history in the process.
Toronto officially called up infielder Cavan Biggio on Friday, selecting the contract of their No. 9 prospect from Triple-A Buffalo. The
For 1st time at home, Vlad Jr. goes north of wall
Phenom does it with glove too, but Blue Jays fall short in slugfest
TORONTO -- Wednesday just wasn’t the Blue Jays’ night.
Despite a highlight-reel performance from Vladimir Guerrero Jr. that included his first home run at home, comebacks in the ninth and 12th innings, and an encouraging outing from Aaron Sanchez, Toronto couldn’t muster enough offence to stave off the Red Sox
Guerrero's third homer gets a helping touch
Rookie's odd drive part of big day at the plate for Blue Jays batters
CHICAGO -- The Blue Jays’ offense finally exploded on Friday night, and it should come as no surprise that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. played a big role in making sure it happened -- though his biggest contribution came in weird fashion.
Guerrero hit a two-run shot to straightaway center field for
Vlad Jr. plays first game at dad's old home park
Guerrero draws pair of walks as Blue Jays drop opener in Anaheim
ANAHEIM -- Angel Stadium holds a special place in Guerrero family history. Vladimir Guerrero Sr. called it home for six seasons, including his American League MVP campaign in 2004. So much of his peak happened as a member of the Angels that he became the first player to wear their