Interest in the 2006 Blue Jays is at perhaps an all-time high. Ticket sales are peaking, and short of the championship years, there has never been real waiting lines in place. This new season of baseball promises much excitement for the Blue Jays. General Manager J.P. Ricciardi is not done tinkering with the roster, and according to information still has a couple million to play with.
January 5, 2006
Depth is good – too much depth can be a problem. That is what General Manager J.P. Ricciardi is facing right now, and is the main reason he is dedicated to moving Corey Koskie. However, will Ricciardi be able to make that deal? The General Manager is still exploring adding Craig Wilson from the Pirates and even free agent catcher Benji Molina. Both transactions are not imminent, but that does not mean they haven't been discussed internally.
January 4, 2006
Earlier in the off-season Blue Jays General Manager J.P. Ricciardi focused on the free agent market to improve his team. After he acquired the top two pitchers in the market he set his sights on the trade market. Ricciardi acquired Lyle Overbay and Troy Glaus to help the offense of the major league club, while giving up David Bush, Zach Jackson, Gabe Gross, Orlando Hudson and Miguel Batista. However, Toronto now has a plethora of corner infielders – which raises the questions who will be traded?
December 29, 2005
The Toronto Blue Jays will finish off August and begin the month of September against the Baltimore Orioles. However, their ace will not see any action. In this edition of the Blue Jays Inside Pitch Report we look further into the injury, and also take a look at Gustavo Chacin, Ted Lilly, Dustin McGowan and the Jays catching situation.
August 29, 2005
BALTIMORE, MD – The Toronto Blue Jays received home runs from four different players and Josh Towers continued his strong string of performances against his former club by tossing a complete game shutout as the Blue Jays routed the Orioles 12-0.
August 13, 2005