1. Top prospect Bichette breaks hand (reports)  MLB.com
  2. Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette diagnosed with broken hand  Sportsnet.ca
  3. Bo Bichette out with a broken hand  Bluebird Banter
  4. Sources: Jays prospect Bichette has broken hand  ESPN
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Bo Bichette, the Blue Jays’ No. 2 prospect according to MLB Pipeline, was diagnosed with a broken left hand according to reports by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal and Robert Murray of The Athletic. Bichette will get a second opinion. Bichette was hit by a pitch in the Triple-A Buffalo'sBo Bichette, the Blue Jays’ No. 2 prospect according to MLB Pipeline, was diagnosed with a broken left hand according to reports by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal and Robert Murray of The Athletic. Bichette will get a second opinion. Bichette was hit by a pitch in the Triple-A Buffalo's

Bo Bichette breaks hand Blue Jays prospect | MLB.com

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette has been diagnosed with a broken hand, a source tells Sportsnet.Toronto Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette has been diagnosed with a broken hand, a source tells Sportsnet.

Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette diagnosed with broken hand - Sportsnet.ca

Some familiar faces will return to the Rogers Centre this week when the San Francisco Giants are in town to face the Toronto Blue Jays.As the baseball world knows and Blue Jays fans have come to understand, the bluebirds are in the middle of a large-scale rebuild and thus have had many dif...

Blue Jays: Familiar faces return to Toronto this week

Giants (9-14) vs Blue Jays (11-12)Giants (9-14) vs Blue Jays (11-12)

Blue Jays vs Giants - Game #24 Preview: Samardzija vs Thornton - Bluebird Banter

“The #Bluejays are awfully close to promoting Vlad Guerrero Jr, but are NOT bringing him up Tuesday to debut against the #SFGiants in Toronto. The wait continues.”

Bob Nightengale on Twitter: "The #Bluejays are awfully close to promoting Vlad Guerrero Jr, but are NOT bringing him up Tuesday to debut against the #SFGiants in Toronto. The wait continues."

“The Toronto #BlueJays, fresh off a three-game sweep over the Oakland #Athletics, should have all of Canada buzzing when they are expected to call up Vladimir Guerrero Jr. on Tuesday when they play the #SFGiants in Toronto. All that remains is the official announcement.”

Bob Nightengale on Twitter: "The Toronto #BlueJays, fresh off a three-game sweep over the Oakland #Athletics, should have all of Canada buzzing when they are expected to call up Vladimir Guerrero Jr. on Tuesday when they play the #SFGiants in Toronto. All that remains is the official announcement."

“Preliminary tests on #BlueJays’ Bo Bichette showed broken left hand, sources tell me and @Ken_Rosenthal. He will get a second opinion.”

Robert Murray on Twitter: "Preliminary tests on #BlueJays’ Bo Bichette showed broken left hand, sources tell me and @Ken_Rosenthal. He will get a second opinion."

“With Game 7 of the Leafs/Bruins Series to be played Tuesday night, it makes one wonder whether Vlad Jr will be called up as it would be overshadowed. Remember the owners of the #Jays own half the broadcast rights to Leafs’ games.”

Steve Phillips on Twitter: "With Game 7 of the Leafs/Bruins Series to be played Tuesday night, it makes one wonder whether Vlad Jr will be called up as it would be overshadowed. Remember the owners of the #Jays own half the broadcast rights to Leafs’ games."

This might be a little surprising, but Kevin Pillar ranks among the best position players the Blue Jays have ever drafted and developed.This might be a little surprising, but Kevin Pillar ranks among the best position players the Blue Jays have ever drafted and developed.

Kevin Pillar ranks among the Blue Jays' best homegrown players | Daily Hive Toronto

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS STARTING PITCHERSTUESDAY, 7:07 p.m.RHP Jeff Samardzija (1-1, 2.91 ERA) vs. RHP Trent Thornton (0-2, 5.40 ERA)Fans can visit Ripley’s Aquarium in the afternoon to observe the sharks there, then go to Rogers Centre to watch the Shark pitch against t...SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS STARTING PITCHERSTUESDAY, 7:07 p.m.RHP Jeff Samardzija (1-1, 2.

On Deck: Giants at Blue Jays | Toronto Sun

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS STARTING PITCHERSTUESDAY, 7:07 p.m.RHP Jeff Samardzija (1-1, 2.91 ERA) vs. RHP Trent Thornton (0-2, 5.40 ERA)Fans can visit Ripley’s Aquarium in the afternoon to observe the sharks there, then go to Rogers Centre to watch the Shark pitch against t...SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS STARTING PITCHERSTUESDAY, 7:07 p.m.RHP Jeff Samardzija (1-1, 2.

On Deck: Giants at Blue Jays | Toronto Sun

According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports, the Toronto Blue Jays will not be promoting Vladimir Guerrero Jr. on Tuesday despite previous reports.Despite previous reports saying that Vladimir Guerrero Jr would be making his MLB debut this Tuesday at the Rogers Centre, it is now confirmed those report...

Blue Jays won't call up Vladimir Guerrero Jr. this Tuesday

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & MoreThe Toronto Blue Jays are "awfully close" to calling up Vladimir Guerrero Jr., baseball's top prospect, but it won't happen Tuesday, according to USA Today Sports' Bob Nightengale.Nightengale had reported earlier Monday that Toronto was expected to call up Guerrero on Tuesday ahead of the club's game against the San Francisco Giants."All that remains is the official announcement," Nightengale wrote.Guerrero, 20, is hitting .412/.500/.824 with two home runs and six RBIs in five games for Triple-A Buffalo this season.

One of the Toronto Blue Jays' top prospects will be sidelined with a broken hand.One of the Toronto Blue Jays' top prospects will be sidelined with a broken hand.

Report: Blue Jays' star prospect Bo Bichette has broken hand

The Blue Jays have managed to stay afloat in the American League East and they currently sit four games back of the division lead with an 11-12 mark after winning seven of their last 10 contests. Can Toronto keep its momentum going with a series-opening victory at home on Tuesday?The Blue Jays have managed to stay afloat in the American League East and they currently sit four games back of the division lead with an 11-12 mark after winning seven of their last 10 contests. Can Toronto keep its momentum going with a series-opening victory at home on Tuesday?

San Francisco Giants vs. Toronto Blue Jays Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 4-23-2019

Check out the latest news, rumors and information on the Baseball at RealGM.com.The Blue Jays will begin a five-game homestand on Tuesday against the Giants.

Blue Jays Could Promote Vlad Guerrero Jr This Week - RealGM Wiretap

Guerrero is primed to be the future face of the Blue Jays franchise. Why wait any longer?Guerrero is primed to be the future face of the Blue Jays franchise. Why wait any longer?

‘I am ready’: In his final tour of the minors, it’s obvious Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has nothing left to prove – The Athletic

Guerrero is primed to be the future face of the Blue Jays franchise. Why wait any longer?Guerrero is primed to be the future face of the Blue Jays franchise. Why wait any longer?

‘I am ready’: In his final tour of the minors, it’s obvious Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has nothing left to prove – The Athletic

The long-awaited debut of Vlad Jr. is nearly hereThe long-awaited debut of Vlad Jr. is nearly here

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. says he's obviously ready for the majors, and the Blue Jays could call him up this week - CBSSports.com

From the moment the Blue Jays took him in the seventh round in 2015, lefty Travis Bergen dreamed of playing in Toronto.From the moment the Blue Jays took him in the seventh round in 2015, lefty Travis Bergen dreamed of playing in Toronto.

Giants Rule 5 pick Travis Bergen finally gets to pitch in Toronto | NBCS Bay Area

Giants center fielder Kevin Pillar did not have a normal upbringing for a future professional athlete. Then again, nothing about Pillar’s journey from the San Fernando Valley to Major League Baseball was normal. He took a different path and was happy he did. <p>Giants center fielder Kevin Pillar did not have a normal upbringing for a future professional athlete. Then again, nothing about Pillar’s journey from the San Fernando Valley to Major League Baseball was normal. He took a different path and was happy he did.</p>

Giants’ Kevin Pillar took less-traveled path to majors — and is happy about it - SFChronicle.com