• Toronto's Bove named East Scout of Year

    Sabermetrics have become an integral part of evaluating baseball players, but Russ Bove is proof that the traditional way of discovering young talent is still alive and well. In fact, it's what helped the Blue Jays land top prospect Bo Bichette.
  • No signs Blue Jays trying to trade Donaldson

    The Blue Jays continue to insist that they are not shopping star third baseman Josh Donaldson, but that hasn't stopped other teams from calling.
  • Blue Jays practice patience at quiet Meetings

    The Blue Jays have proceeded cautiously this offseason, but then again, so has almost every other team in the Major Leagues. Patience has been the name of the game so far, and the lack of movement meant Toronto used the Winter Meetings to set the groundwork for future moves instead of making official transactions.
  • Bove honored among scouts of the year

    Grady Fuson was the West Coast honoree at Scout of the Year reception Wednesday night.. Russ Bove of the Blue Jays (East Coast) and Todd "Tiny" Thomas of the Giants (Midwest) also received awards at the 34th annual event, a highlight of the Winter Meetings.
  • Blue Jays stand to lose talent in Rule 5 Draft

    Toronto has not lost a player in the Rule 5 Draft since infielder Brad Emaus in 2010 but that might change Thursday morning. The Blue Jays have several players at risk of being selected because of a 40-man roster that had a limited number of open spots.
  • Blue Jays considering CC for fifth-starter role

    The Blue Jays are casting a wide net in their search for a No. 5 starter, and one name being considered is veteran free-agent lefty CC Sabathia.