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Jay Jackson is the third "Jay" to ever land on the Toronto Blue Jays’ 40-man roster

Whit Merrifield joins short list of Blue Jays pitchers to have worn a single digit

Merrifield becomes the 17th player wearing a single digit number to pitch for Toronto.

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New Blue Jays jersey numbers for 2022

The new Jays and some old Jays will be wearing new numbers on their backs.

Blue Jays’ Matz, Kay, Ray, Ryu combine to tie MLB record

The four Blue Jays pitchers who started against the Athletics have tied a record first set by the Rockies in 2005.

New Blue Jays jersey numbers for 2021

The new Jays and some old Jays will be wearing new numbers on their backs.

Yamaguchi & Ryu: Major League teammates wearing #1 and #99

The Blue Jays’ Shun Yamaguchi (#1) and Hyun-Jin Ryu (#99) can become the first pair of pitchers to wear jersey numbers 1 and 99 on the same team.

What should the inverse name be for the Toronto Blue Jays?

Inspired by the popular Reddit post, let’s think of a better opposite name for the Blue Jays

T.J. Zeuch and Beau Taylor are now the highest-numbered battery in Blue Jays history

Extreme numbers may mean that Beau Taylor and Clayton Richard could set another record in 2019.

The Jays of 1970

In 1970, Jerry Tomko was listening to the radio. 39 years later, his son beat the team he inadvertently named.

No more Ted Rogers statue! (For now.)

Your morning update for everything Blue Jays.

Blue Jays: Marcus Stroman, J.P. Arencibia engage in Gregg Zaun roast on Twitter

"Can’t wait to have a home broadcast that defends its home players."

Two years ago today: The Bat Flip

The world — or at least Blue Jay history — changed on October 14th, 2015.

The world reacts to Jose Bautista’s final home game

I’m not crying, you’re crying.

The world reacts to Chris Coghlan’s slide

No, it wasn’t a dream.

Why Toronto should’ve protested - and why it doesn’t matter.

Wednesday Bantering: Munenori Kawasaki Dances, Becomes a Ninja in Commerical

It’s been too long since we’ve thought about Munenori Kawasaki - so here’s your daily dose.

Comparing Kendrys Morales and Adam Lind

Morales’s deal with the Blue Jays was worth more than 20x that of Lind’s with the Nationals. But are they really that different?

Baseball bans white rally towels

Blue Jays By The (Uniform) Numbers

Better know a Drew Storen

Tulowitzki used Arenado's bat

Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was spotted former Rockies teammate Nolan Arenado's bat.

Blue Jays Spring Training Numbers

Quantifying Edwin Encarnacion's most majestic home run of 2014

Edwin Encarnacion hit his fair share of dingers last season, but which one was the most impressive?

Jays add 9 NRIs + Uniform number changes

Greatest catch ever: Odell Beckham or Devon White?

Is the Odell Beckham catch better than Devon Whites catch in the 1992 World Series.

Blue Jays Year in Review: July

July was a good month and it ended on such a great note. If only the season had followed suit.

Blue Jays Year in Review: June

Unfortunately the season insisted on continuing past May.

Blue Jays Year in Review: May

When the highlight of the season is the month of May that's rarely a good sign.

Blue Jays Year in Review: April

With the 2014 season at its end, there are many ways to reflect on what transpired, cutting it up by month seems as good as a method as any.

Setting the lineup to ensure victory

Nick's usual sabermetrics post won't appear here until Friday morning, so Minor Leaguer stepped in with his own "sabermagic" post.

How John Mayberry turned into Joey Hamilton


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