|Blue Jays acquire veteran free agent third baseman Eduardo Escobar. The Blue Jays off-season isn't finished after all. A source has confirmed to the Toronto Sun that the Jays have shored up their situation at third base by reaching terms with veteran Eduardo Escobar late Thursday. The Jays said they have agreed to terms with the switch-hitting Escobar on a minor-league contract with an invite to spring training.
|Veteran INF Agrees to Deal with Toronto Blue Jays, Will Have a Chance to Earn Prominent Role. Veteran INF Agrees to Deal with Toronto Blue Jays, Will Have a Chance to Earn Prominent Role According to Robert Murray of Fansided, the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to terms with free agent infielder Eduardo Escobar. He'll have a chance to earn a roster spot in a stiff battle with multiple infield options. Author: Brady Farkas Publish date: Feb 16, 2024 8:08 AM EST In this story: Toronto Blue Jays According to Robert Murray of Fansided, the Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to terms with free agent infielder Eduardo Escobar. Per Murray: Free-agent infielder Eduardo Escobar is moving toward a deal with the Toronto Blue Jays, according to sources familiar with the situation. The Blue Jays have Vladimir
|Former Met Eduardo Escobar reaches deal with Blue Jays. A former Met is now joining one of the Yankees' American League East rivals. The Toronto Blue Jays reached a deal with veteran infielder Eduardo Escobar on Thursday night, The Post's Jon Heyman confirmed . The club has not confirmed the deal. Eduardo Escobar, who played for the Mets last season before getting traded to the Angels, reached a deal with the Blue Jays Wednesday. Getty Images The Mets traded the 35-year-old veteran to the Los Angeles Angels for two minor league pitchers on June 24, a month before last season's trade deadline. Escobar — who had signed a two-year, $20 million deal with the Mets before the 2022 season — had just six homers and 31 RBIs in 99 games for the Amazin's and
|Mets add starting pitcher Adrian Houser, outfielder Tyrone Taylor in trade with Brewers. ??Former Mets general manager Billy Eppler looked to his former club for organizational pitching help in June when he traded Eduardo Escobar to the Los Angeles Angels for minor league pitchers Coleman Crow and Landon Marceaux. Current Mets president of baseball operations David Stearns looked to his former club when he needed big league pitching help Wednesday, trading Crow to the Milwaukee ...
|First Angels trade deadline deal of the summer is one of their worst. One player the Angels acquired in an attempt to counteract their injury woes was Eduardo Escobar. With Anthony Rendon, Zach Neto, and Gio Urshela all injured, the Angels desperately needed infield depth to avoid having to play the likes of Kevin Padlo every day. Perry Minasian was ultra-aggressive trading for Escobar more than one month before the trade deadline.