Game 1: Friday, May 4th Jays lose, 2-6 Losing Pitcher: J.A. Happ J.A. Happ’s streak of consecutive games with eight or more strikeouts has ended. Here, he struck […]
Another prominent website released their list of MLB’s Top 100 prospects on Monday and, lo and behold, five Blue Jays (more than any other list) rank in the top 100 […]
As I’m sure you’ve seen on Twitter (or elsewhere), the Super Bowl is over which means that baseball season is around the corner. And with that corner being rounded, yet […]
Baseball America released their list of baseball’s Top 100 prospects on Monday morning and four Blue Jays landed on the list with two in the top 10. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. […]
Now that the season is over, the crew at Blue Jays from Away will take a look at the Blue Jays one by one and review how each player’s season […]
PREMIUM CONTENT Of course, the preface to my scouting reports is always that I’m not a professional scout. What I see and what I write is completely subjective and should,...
Before today’s game, the Toronto Blue Jays placed rookie outfielder Anthony Alford on the 10-day disabled list and recalled rookie outfielder Dwight Smith, Jr. from the Buffalo Bisons. Alford […]
Game 1: Friday, May 19 Jays lose, 3-5 (10 innings) Starting Pitcher: Aaron Sanchez Losing pitcher: Jason Grilli The start of the game got delayed a half hour […]
Baseball America has released their Top 100 Prospects list and, unlike MLB.com, the Toronto Blue Jays have landed five players among the Top 100 prospects in the league. It’s a […]
[Ed. Note: Here’s another great contribution from Chad Hillman, who is checking in on the Lansing Lugnuts while I’m away (currently in southeastern Turkey). I’ll pepper in some of my...