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Jay Alou always knew how much playing in Toronto meant to his client, but going through the free-agency process with Jose Bautista opened his eyes to just how special the city is to the Blue Jays' slugger.
The baseball world mourned the unexpected deaths of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura and third baseman Andy Marte on Sunday. Ventura, 25, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. Marte, 33, also died in a separate car crash Sunday in the Dominican Republic.
The Dominican Republic has added even more muscle to its outfield, as star slugger Jose Bautista is expected to join the national squad for the World Baseball Classic in March, according to MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi.
Jose Bautista is coming back to the Blue Jays. Toronto signed Bautista on a one-year deal worth $18 million on Wednesday. The contract includes a $17 million mutual option for 2018 a $20 million vesting option for '19.
Former Blue Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia has decided to call it a career. Arencibia spent parts of six seasons in the Major Leagues, including four with the Blue Jays. He finishes his career as a .212 hitter with 80 home runs and 484 RBIs over 467 games.
The Toronto Blue Jays' seventh Winter Tour presented by TD Canada began Thursday, as Marco Estrada, Kevin Pillar, Devon Travis and Aaron Sanchez all headed west to Regina, Saskatchewan. With the players hailing from the warmer climates of California and Florida, experiencing the cold Canadian winter was an entirely new experience.
Fair or not, Glenn Sparkman will draw a lot of comparisons to Joe Biagini this spring, and while that could come with quite a bit of pressure, the Blue Jays' recent Rule 5 Draft pick seems oblivious to all of it.
The departure of Edwin Encarnacion has upset a lot of Blue Jays fans, but there's at least one man who could become a big beneficiary from all of the fallout. Promising first baseman Rowdy Tellez now has a relatively clear path to the big leagues following the loss of Encarnacion, who signed a three-year deal with the Indians this offseason.
The Blue Jays on Thursday came to a one-year, $2.8875 million arbitration-avoiding agreement with utility man Darwin Barney, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman. The team did the same with outfielder Ezequiel Carrera ($1.1625 million).
Despite the frigid temperatures throughout many big league cities, Major League Baseball's announcement Tuesday of the first workout dates of Spring Training should be enough to warm the hearts of baseball fans everywhere.
The holidays are usually a time when some of the best memories are made, but when it comes to Anthony Alford and his family, they will be trying to do everything possible to forget about the end of 2016. During the wee hours of Dec. 28, the Alford family's home in Columbia, Miss., burned to the ground for reasons that have yet to be determined.
The Blue Jays are clearly in a period of transition as they brace for the start of an era without sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion, who are both free agents. The club's new identity is not a rebuild in the traditional sense, but it is a makeover.
The American League champion Indians were just one of 15 teams in the AL, and each one had its own Game of the Year. In consultation with the MLB.com beat reporters for every team, here are the best individual games for each AL club during another fantastic year in Major League Baseball.
The Blue Jays are going to need a couple of years to rebuild their farm system, but there's at least a handful of prospects who could become factors before then. Rowdy Tellez, Harold Ramirez and Conner Greene are among those who could force their way onto the big league roster in the not-do-distant future.