Blue Jays Press Releases
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
The Toronto Blue Jays will appeal the suspension of hitting coach Brook Jacoby. The club will not comment on the situation until the appeal is heard.
Blue Jays trade West to Dodgers
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have traded right-handed pitcher MATT WEST to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for cash considerations.
Roberto alomar to host two home run challenges across Ontario
On May 7 & June 23, Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar will be hosting Roberto Alomar & Friends Charity Home Run Challenges in Toronto and London, ON, in support of JAYS CARE FOUNDATION. Participating individuals will fundraise before the events, with the goal of reaching a goal of $170,000 to support Jays Care Foundation's programs and initiatives throughout Canada.
Blue Jays trade Wilkins to Dodgers
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have traded first baseman ANDY WILKINS to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for cash considerations.
Blue Jays roster moves
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have recalled RHP STEVE DELEBAR and RHP CHAD JENKINS from Buffalo of the International League (AAA) and have optioned RHP MIGUEL CASTRO and RHP SCOTT COPELAND to Buffalo.
Blue Jays Roster Moves
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have selected the contracts of RHP SCOTT COPELAND and OF EZEQUIEL CARRERA from Buffalo of the International League (AAA) and optioned LHP ANDREW ALBERS and OF DALTON POMPEY to Buffalo. To make room on the 40-man roster RHP MATT WEST and 1B/3B ANDY WILKINS have been designated for assignment.
Rookie Devon Travis named Honda Player of the Month
TORONTO BLUE JAYS rookie second baseman DEVON TRAVIS has captured the HONDA PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD for April in a unanimous vote by the TORONTO CHAPTER of the BBWAA.
Blue Jays select Andrew Albers
The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have optioned LHP DANIEL NORRIS to Buffalo of the International League (AAA) and have selected the contract of LHP ANDREW ALBERS from Buffalo.
Blue Jays mourn passing of Jim Fanning
The Toronto Blue Jays learned today of the passing of longtime and well respected career baseball man Jim Fanning.