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Toronto Blue Jays Release Former All-Star Pitcher Ricky Romero

In an unexpected move on Saturday, the Toronto Blue Jays released left-hander Ricky Romero, per Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.

Romero was in the final year of a five-year contract and was set to earn $7.5 million this season. The Blue Jays will have to pay that amount in full along with a $600,000 buyout fee for Romero’s $13.1 club option in 2016.

3 Observations from the Blue Jays' Series Win Against the New York Yankees

The Toronto Blue Jays started off the 2015 campaign on a high note by winning their season-opening series against the New York Yankees. Toronto won the first and third games of the three-game series.

Rookies Dalton Pompey and Devon Travis Both Crack Blue Jays' Opening Day Roster

The Toronto Blue Jays announced today that rookies Dalton Pompey and Devon Travis will both be part of the team’s Opening Day roster, per Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.

Pompey is set to open the 2015 season as Toronto’s starting centre fielder, while Travis will start at second base.

Toronto Blue Jays Claim Infielder Andy Wilkins from Chicago White Sox

The Toronto Blue Jays made a depth move Sunday, claiming first baseman Andy Wilkins on waivers from the Chicago White Sox, per Mike Wilner of Sportsnet (via Twitter).

Roberto Osuna Making Strong Case to Be on Toronto Blue Jays' Opening Day Roster

With just two weeks left until the end of spring training and the start of the 2015 season, Toronto Blue Jays prospect Roberto Osuna has made a strong case to make the Blue Jays’ Opening Day roster.

Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder Kevin Pillar Will Miss Time After Sneezing Injury

While the Milwaukee Brewers continue to struggle through a nasty pink-eye breakout, the Toronto Blue Jays could be facing an injury bug spurred by everyday bodily functions.

Ramon Santiago Injury: Updates on Blue Jays 2B's Collarbone and Return

Injuries have plagued the Toronto Blue Jays for the past two seasons and are starting to happen again, with second baseman Ramon Santiago out for the time being with a fractured collarbone.     

Continue for updates. 

Russell Martin's 2015 Impact Potential Is Key Under-the-Radar Story

When Marcus Stroman's knee went, it didn't take the Toronto Blue Jays' playoff hopes with it. 

Stroman is a key cog in the Jays' rotation and the news that the 23-year-old right-hander is out for the season with a torn ACL was a painful blow, no doubt. 

Marcus Stroman Injury Sends Blue Jays' 2015 A.L. East Hopes on Life Support

The Toronto Blue Jays had every reason to be excited about not just what Marcus Stroman could do on the mound in 2015, but what he could do for their chances of winning their first division title since 1993.

But sadly, the key word is "had." Whatever hopes the Blue Jays had for Stroman in 2015 are gone now.

Straight from the Blue Jays themselves, here's the bad news:

Marcus Stroman Injury: Updates on Blue Jays P's Knee and Recovery

The Toronto Blue Jays' starting rotation has taken a major hit with the announcement that Marcus Stroman will miss the entire 2015 season due to a torn ACL.  

Continue for updates.


Team Confirms Injury Status

Tuesday, March 10

The Blue Jays passed along word of the unfortunate setback Tuesday:

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