Jose Bautista Slays Steve Simmons, Rules

Jose Bautista responds to a Steve Simmons tweet, hilarity ensues.

Playoff Post(-Mortem): The Post-Mortem Post-Mortem!

An extensive look at the post-season post-mortem comments made this week by Anthopoulos and Gibbons, as we watch the Kansas City Royals host a playoff game. Ugh.

Anthony Alford Finally Chooses Baseball!

Good news! Prized 2012 draftee Anthony Alford has left the football program at Ole Miss and will (finally) focus on baseball full time.

Sounds Like Bautista Thinks Melky's Gone

Jose Bautista doesn't sound like he thinks Melky Cabrera is returning.

J.A. Happster For The Win!

Thanks to the Blue Jays' official Twitter, J.A. Happster has gone mainstream!

Weekend Threat: Jays vs. Orioles

The Jays take on the Orioles in their penultimate game of the 2014 season.

VIDEO: Dalton Pompey Had Himself A Night

Mississauga's Dalton Pompey made a spectacular diving catch, and hit a double and two triples as the Jays won 4-2 tonight over the Orioles. Holy!

Game Threat: Jays (81-78) vs. Orioles (95-64)

The Jays begin their final series of the season, hosting the Baltimore Orioles at Rogers Centre.

Anthopoulos Expects Turnover, But Not Among Core Players

Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Star speaks to Alex Anthopoulos, who apparently intends to keep his core players intact for 2015.

About Last Night And Why We Can't Have Nice Things

We all know why the Blue Jays can't have their own Derek Jeter. There's a statue in front of the Rogers Centre to remind us.

Half-Assed DJF Post-Game: Jays Lose 7-5

The Jays lose... or something.

The Daily Duce: Thursday, September 25th

All the latest and greatest Jays-related links from around the interweb, fully Rob Ducey-fied (whatever that means).

Five More Years Of Martinez And Tabler

The sounds of Buck Martinez and Pat Tabler will be filling your ear-holes for five more years of Blue Jays baseball. Ugh.

Game Threat: Jays (81-77) vs. Mariners (83-75)

The Jays look to complete their revenge on the Mariners, looking to complete a four game sweep, as Dan Norris and Dalton Pompey both get starts.