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Past articles by Gregor:

Jays add fallen prospects Juaron Watts-Brown, Landen Maroudis on day two of MLB draft

Limited by the fifth-smallest bonus pool, the Jays picked touted right-handers Juaron Watts-Brown and Landen Maroudis among others on day two. → Read More

Blue Jays’ needs, targets and more ahead of this year’s MLB draft

The Blue Jays forfeited their second-round pick to sign starter Chris Bassitt. Here’s what else you need to know as Sunday’s MLB draft approaches. → Read More

Alek Manoah got shelled in his first rehab start. Why the Blue Jays may need to rethink trade deadline plans

Jays would be well-served to add a bat and a set-up man in bullpen before MLB trade deadline. They may have just entered starting pitcher market, too. → Read More

Five unheralded Blue Jays players who’ve helped keep them in the playoff picture

Beyond the obvious top performers, there have been some under-the-radar players who exceeded expectations and helped the Jays’ season stay on track. → Read More

Short-handed Jays rotation is close to the breaking point. They’ll need help in the second half

There’s a lot riding on the possible return of Alek Manoah and Hyun-Jin Ryu after the all-star break. Or reinforcements by the Aug. 1 trade deadline. → Read More

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has enough talent to turn things around. The Blue Jays season likely depends on it

The young slugger is mired in the worst slump of his career, and it has been going on for well over a month. A look at the ugly numbers. → Read More

It’s time to give Jose Berrios his due. Former ace has saved the Blue Jays and is on track for a career year

The 29-year-old has allowed three runs or fewer in all but one of his last 12 starts, a stretch Toronto badly needed after Alek Manoah’s struggles. → Read More

Injury to Brandon Belt an ominous sign for Blue Jays offence

His departure will require others to step up. Bo Bichette is giving everything he can at the plate, but elsewhere the stars aren’t doing enough, writes Gregor Chisholm. → Read More

Blue Jays fail to cash in as Twins pull out extra-innings victory

Toronto had runners on second and third with nobody out in the ninth inning of a tied game but failed to drive the winning run home. → Read More

Blue Jays dropped the ball in handling of Anthony Bass LGTBQ+ controversy

The Jays’ silence left many members of the LGBTQ+ community wondering whether the organization supports them or not. → Read More

The Blue Jays need to make a major decision and send Alek Manoah to the minors

The swagger is gone, the velocity is down, the mechanics aren’t smooth, his command is off and the put-away pitches have gone missing. → Read More

The career of Fergie Jenkins probably can’t be replicated, but his statue can

“It’s going to be more of a party (in Chatham) than we had in Chicago,” says the first Canadian in Cooperstown as he gets his second statue in two years. → Read More

The Jays and Mets have a lot in common, and not in a good way

When other teams cut costs during the pandemic, the Jays and Mets reinvested in their on-field products and competed for the same players. → Read More

The Rowdy Tellez trade remains a win-win for Jays and Brewers

Tellez, in town with Milwaukee, filled a need in the Brewers lineup and cleared first base for Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in Toronto. There were never any hard feelings. → Read More

Blue Jays win a series finally, but there’s still reason for worry

The Jays are making too mistakes and won two of three games in Minnesota because the Twins might have made more. → Read More

Blue Jays mailbag: Divisional struggles, the disappearing home run jacket, and what to do with Cavan Biggio?

Readers wonder if Toronto’s struggles against the Yankees and Orioles have doomed their hopes to win the AL East. → Read More

New York hate of mind: Blue Jays-Yankees rivalry getting heated — and it’s only May

The Jays and their fan base have always considered the Yankees to be one of their top rivals. The feeling just often wasn’t reciprocated from the other side. → Read More

Jays-Yankees controversy draws a crowd, but sign-stealing sideshow much ado about nothing

Insinuation that the New York appeared to be stealing signs before Aaron Judge’s monster home run on Monday night comes across as little more than sour grapes. → Read More

Cameras caught Aaron Judge glancing at dugout before monster home run against Blue Jays. Were the Yankees cheating?

Judge had an innocent explanation for why he was looking at Yankees teammates during his at-bat against Blue Jays when the subject came up after game. → Read More

What’s wrong with Alek Manoah? Blue Jays starter’s struggles continue in loss to Yankees

Pitcher serves up a pair of home runs and walks a career-high seven batters while giving up five runs over four innings as the Jays’ winning streak is snapped at three games. → Read More