|Blue Jays infielder Davis Schneider feeling like a rookie at spring training. Davis Schneider is getting his first taste of big-league training camp even though he's no longer a rookie. The infielder had a memorable debut with the Toronto Blue Jays last August by hitting a homer in his first at-bat after getting a callup from Triple-A Buffalo. Schneider went on to enjoy a record-breaking month before cooling off in September. “He wasn't even an invite last year so he's kind of a new guy still,” Blue Jays manager John Schneider said Wednesday.
|Toronto Blue Jays' 2023 Breakout Player Gets Role Clarified Heading into 2024. Toronto Blue Jays' 2023 Breakout Player Gets Role Clarified Heading into 2024 As position players get set to report to Toronto Blue Jays spring training, 2023 breakout player Davis Schneider will focus on second base and left field as they look for ways to get him on the field. Author: Brady Farkas Publish date: Feb 15, 2024 10:10 AM EST In this story: Toronto Blue Jays As the Toronto Blue Jays look to find ways to get him on the field, Davis Schneider will focus on second base and left field at spring training, according to reports. According to Shi Dividi of Sportsnet: — Davis Schneider did OF work over the winter and he'll be focused on 2B and LF — Alex Manoah's delivery “is in really good
|Bisons took playoff race to final week, made big contributions in Toronto. During a chat over the final weekend of the season, Buffalo Bisons manager Casey Candaele made sure to give it up to his team – both the players that finished here in a playoff race and the former ones now doing the same thing with the parent Toronto Blue Jays. Regular 2023 Buffalo names like Davis Schneider, Spencer Horwitz, Ernie Clement, Tyler Heineman, Nate Pearson and Bowden Francis have spent much of September in Toronto helping the Blue Jays' wild-card push.
|Davis Schneider learning on the job as Blue Jays chase post-season berth. Every time fans with pasted-on moustaches are shown on the Rogers Centre Jumbotron, all the Toronto Blue Jays start elbowing Davis Schneider, telling him to look. The disguises are a loving tribute to the 24-year-old Schneider, who has rocked the distinctive facial hair since the film "Top Gun: Maverick" came out in May 2022. "They don't chirp me too much, but they kind of make fun of me a little bit with just how many people are wearing moustache and everything," said Schneider after batting practice on Saturday.
|How Blue Jays 'Buffalo Boys' Schneider, Horwitz and Clement became a band of brothers. Blue Jays call-ups Davis Schneider, Spencer Horwitz and Ernie Clement have developed a special bond away from the diamond.