Jonathan Davis

Toronto Blue Jays #49 - Center Field

  • Born: 05/12/92
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 5'8"
  • Weight: 190
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

New Blue Jays jersey numbers for 2021

The new Jays and some old Jays will be wearing new numbers on their backs.

Breaking down the 40-man: December 2020


Six weeks ago on the eve of the offseason, I broke down the 40-man roster with a view towards the 2021 season. Since then, there have been four calendar milestones that drive roster transactions: P...

Thursday Bantering: Jays Bits


Rumors, awards, non-tenders and other stuf

2021 Non-tender candidates: Derek Fisher/Breyvic Valera


Rule 55(f), my old friend / I’ve come to talk about you again

Blue Jays add Riley Adams, Otto Lopez, Gabriel Moreno, Josh Palacios, and Ty Tice to 40-man roster


Five Blue Jays prospects are now protected from being selected in the Rule 5 Draft

2020 Rule 5 Overview: breaking down the outfield mix


Yesterday we took a look at the Rule 5 eligible players in the Blue Jays organization in advance of Friday’s deadline to add players to the 40-man. Beyond a few slam dunk additions, there are a...

Looking ahead to 2021


A roster breakdown and assessment before the offseason

Buehler vs. Morton should be an epic pitching duel

Walker Buehler for the Dodgers against Charlie Morton for the Rays is a fantastic pitching duel for Game 3 of the World Series.

Moves I’d like to see the Jays make this off-season


We’ll be talking a lot about what we would like to see the Blue Jays do over the winter. I thought I’d start with a few ideas. I really would like to see improvement in defense. If our defense was...

Jays Playoff Roster


The Blue Jays announced their playoff roster. The surprises, to me? Anthony Kay is on. I guess they wanted another lefty. No Jordan Romano. And Rowdy Tellez is on. I hope that means he’ll play,...

Orioles play sloppy in finale, still beat sloppier Blue Jays, 7-5


The Orioles didn’t play their greatest game of the year to end the 2020 season, but they won anyway to finish 25-35.

Jays lose last game of season


Orioles 6 Blue Jays 4 Bring on the Rays. Jonathan Davis, playing right field, made what I’m sure was the best catch of the season for any Blue Jays player, and might have been the best catch of...