Jays' Pearson blazes his way into record books
No. 7 overall prospect hurls 101.5 mph heater, sets club mark
It’s no secret that Nate Pearson throws hard. Through three Minor League seasons and a handful of appearances in the bigs this year, the top Blue Jays prospect put on display one of the best fastballs in the game and in the Toronto organization as a whole.
Now, after just
Kirk powers Jays with perfect night at plate
Sixth-ranked Jays prospect homers, doubles in first multi-hit game
Alejandro Kirk hadn't played above Class A Advanced before he was brought up on Sept. 12. The sixth-ranked Toronto prospect had two hits in the Majors heading into Monday's game. By the end of the night, he had tripled that number.
Kirk went a perfect 4-for-4 -- smacking a homer
Cut it out: Rochester rooters finally take their seats
Frontier Field, serving as Jays' alt site, adds cardboard supporters
To be a Rochester Red Wings fan in 2020, you've got to be cut out for the job.
The Red Wings, Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, welcomed their first crowd of the year on Aug. 21. This Frontier Field gathering, eclectic yet inanimate, was in the form of approximately
Pearson heads to IL with elbow problem
Top Blue Jays prospect felt tightness after start on Tuesday
The Blue Jays suffered a setback Wednesday, placing top prospect Nate Pearson on the injured list with elbow tightness.
Romano sharp as Majors return to Buffalo
Jays No. 30 prospect has yet to allow a hit in eight innings in '20
The wait was well worth it.
Hosting a Major League game for the first time in 105 years, Triple-A Buffalo’s Sahlen Field experienced a little bit of everything Tuesday night. With a number of former Bisons competing in their former home, the Blue Jays bounced back from a late Marlins
The Show Before the Show: Episode 269
Bisons exec Buczkowski explains Buffalo's prep to host Blue Jays
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Blue Jays’ Pearson shines in scoreless debut
No. 8 overall prospect yields pair of hits and walks in five innings
The circumstances of Nate Pearson’s debut in the Majors likely defied his expectations. But his performance in what became a home game for the Blue Jays in an empty Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. certainly fit his scouting report.
"He gave us a chance, it was outstanding. He was fun
Waful left lasting impression in Central New York
Lifelong Syracuse resident, former team president was a local icon
It was a life well lived and one that touched tens of thousands in the Syracuse area. When Don Waful died last September at the age of 103, he left a legacy of charity, friendship and charm that will far supersede his century on this Earth.
Born in Newark, New
Pearson will start for Blue Jays on Wednesday
Toronto to summon top prospect for MLB debut against Nationals
We now have a liftoff date for one of the game's top pitching prospects.
The Blue Jays are calling up top prospect Nate Pearson for his Major League debut against the Nationals on Wednesday, according to MLB.com's Keegan Matheson.
Pearson has been on the Toronto taxi squad since the 2020
Blue Jays to use Buffalo as 2020 home
Triple-A park to host Major League club for majority of home games
Major League Baseball is coming to a Minor League ballpark.
The Toronto Blue Jays will use Triple-A Buffalo's Sahlen Field for a majority of its 30 home games during the 2020 season, the Major League club officially announced Friday.
The decision came after the Canadian government did not grant the
Prospects in the Blue Jays’ 2020 player pool
Pearson, Woods Richardson ready to soar north of the border
As part of the new rules for the 2020 Major League season, each of the 30 organizations will maintain a 60-man player pool for the duration of the campaign. Some members of the player pool will feature on the active Major League roster while others will work out at an
2020 Draft recap: Toronto Blue Jays
Jays' haul includes best pure hitter in top pick Martin
Following the five-round 2020 MLB First-Year Player Draft, MiLB.com takes an organization-by-organization look at each pick with help from team scouting executives.
Best streams of 2019: No-hitters
Bisons' Zeuch joins elite company; Anderson fans 14 in gem
Is there anything more nail-biting than the final innings of a no-hit bid?
There are few things that bring the tension, drama and superstition out of players and fans alike when a pitcher is vying for some history on the mound. In 2019, there were more than a few memorable
Ready and waiting: Jordan Groshans
No. 75 overall prospect staying simple during hiatus
Players at all levels of the Minor Leagues missed significant playing time in 2019 due to injury only to have their return interrupted by the global pandemic. Each week, MiLB.com checks in on an elite prospect’s road back from injury. This week, we focus on Toronto Blue Jays infielder Jordan