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Blue Jays Press Releases

  • Blue Jays sign three players from 2018 Draft

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have signed three additional players selected from the 2018 First Year Player Draft including second round pick OF GRIFFIN CONINE from Duke University, along with two non-draft free agents.

  • Blue Jays sign 26 players from 2018 Draft

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have signed 26 of the 40 players selected from the 2018 First Year Player Draft and nine from the top 10 rounds.

  • Blue Jays claim RHP Preston Guilmet

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have claimed RHP PRESTON GUILMET on waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals.

  • Blue Jays kick off Pride Month in Toronto with Pride Night presented by TD

    On Friday, June 8, TORONTO BLUE JAYS fans are invited to show their pride at the ballpark when the team hosts the Washington Nationals as part of Pride Night presented by TD.

  • Blue Jays game time change - Sunday, July 8

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS game on Sunday, July 8 vs. the New York Yankees, originally scheduled to start at 1:07 p.m. ET, has been selected as an ESPN Sunday Night Baseball telecast as part of MLB's national broadcast package, and will now begin at 8:05 p.m. ET.

  • Blue Jays roster moves

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have placed LHP JAIME GARCIA on the 10-day disabled list with left shoulder inflammation, retroactive to May 16 and have recalled RHP DECK MCGUIRE from Buffalo (AAA).

  • Blue Jays roster moves

    The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have placed RHP MARCUS STROMAN on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder fatigue, retroactive to May 9, 2018.

  • Statement from Toronto Blue Jays regarding Roberto Osuna

    Statement from Toronto Blue Jays regarding Roberto Osuna.

  • Blue Jays to visit Clinton Street Public School

    This afternoon, TORONTO BLUE JAYS pitcher J.A. Happ and second baseman Devon Travis will host a pep rally for more than 300 kids at Clinton Street Public School in Toronto. Joined by J FORCE and ACE, Happ and Travis will also take part in a Q&A session with students, hosted by Blue Jays in-game host, Nikki Jeffrey.

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