(6/3/2009) Following the game against the Angels Tuesday, Toronto optioned RHP Brian Wolfe to Triple-A Las Vegas and promoted RHP Dirk Hayhurst from Triple-A.
Wolfe called up by Toronto
(5/1/2009) The Blue Jays called up RP Brian Wolfe from Triple-A on Friday.
Wolfe optioned to Triple-A
(3/28/2009) Toronto right-hander Brian Wolfe was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on Saturday.
Wolfe back in spring action
(3/28/2009) Toronto RP Brian Wolfe was back in spring action on Friday against the Pirates. He pitched one inning, allowing a hit and striking a batter out. He has been battling an inflamed right shoulder.
Wolfe to throw in bullpen
(3/24/2009) Blue Jays RP Brian Wolfe, who took himself out of a game March 10 with an inflamed right shoulder, will throw Wednesday for the first time since, in the bullpen.
(3/13/2009) An MRI on Toronto pitcher Brian Wolfe's right shoulder Friday disclosed tightness and inflammation but no structural damage. He said he felt a pop in his shoulder Tuesday facing the Rays in Port Charlotte, Fla., shortly before giving up a grand slam to Pat Burrell.
Wolfe has inflammation in shoulder
(3/11/2009) An MRI on Toronto pitcher Brian Wolfe's right shoulder showed inflammation but that he was "otherwise OK," manager Cito Gaston said. Wolfe felt tightness in shoulder while warming up in the bullpen Tuesday, then felt a pop while pitching against the Rays
Wolfe likely reliever long term
(9/16/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: When optioned back to Triple-A Syracuse on July 22, RHP Brian Wolfe was switched from being a reliever to a starter. Now that's back with the Jays, manager Cito Gaston said he would be used in long relief. The jury is still out on what to do with Wolfe long term, have him start or be in the bullpen. "We're not sure on some guys if they're OK next spring," manager Cito Gaston said, referring to how far along in their recoveries RHP Dustin McGowan, RHP Casey Janssen and RHP Jeremy Accardo will be. "I think we'll try to stretch him (Wolfe) out. I like stretch guys out for long relief. I don't think there's enough long relief guys here."
(8/9/2008)The Sports Xchange reports that the Blue Jays are converting RHP Brian Wolfe from a reliever into a starter down in Triple-A. In his second start at Syracuse Thursday, Wolfe didn't allow any runs over five innings, allowing four hits while striking out five.
Wolfe goes back down to Triple-A
(7/21/2008) Toronto optioned RP Brian Wolfe to Triple-A Syracuse on Monday and will activate SP Shaun Marcum from the DL to make Tuesday's start
Blue Jays add RP Wolfe to bullpen
(7/9/2008) The Blue Jays recalled RHP Brian Wolfe from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday.
Jays send down Wolfe for Parrish
(6/27/2008) Toronto optioned RP Brian Wolfe to Triple-A Syracuse after Friday's game against the Braves and purchased the contract of SP John Parrish. Parrish will start against the Braves on Saturday in place of SP Shaun Marcum (right elbow).
(6/4/2008) Toronto activated RHP Brian Wolfe (right triceps) from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A Syracuse.
Wolfe begins rehab with Dunedin
(5/25/2008) Blue Jays RP Brian Wolfe (strained triceps) started a rehab assignment with Class A Dunedin Sunday. Wolfe, who has not pitched since April 16, tossed a scoreless inning of relief after Gustavo Chacin lasted three innings. Wolfe walked one and struck out one.
Wolfe coming along slowly
(5/6/2008)The Sports Xchange reports that Blue Jays RP Brian Wolfe, who has been on the DL with a strained right triceps since April 17, is making a slow recovery. Wolfe has just started to play catch and won't be on the mound for at last another week, manager John Gibbons said. After that, he'll need at least a week of rehab on a minor league assignment.
Wolfe lands on 15-day DL
(4/17/2008) The Blue Jays recalled pitcher David Purcey from Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday and placed RP Brian Wolfe on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained right triceps. Toronto's first round pick in the 2004 amateur draft, Purcey was 2-0 with a 1.89 ERA in three starts at Syracuse this season. "He's one of our guys," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "He was a big pick for us a few years ago, and he was off to a good start down there."
B. Wolfe might start next year
(9/7/2007) The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Brian Wolfe, who has been solid in a relief role this season, could find himself a candidate for the starting rotation in 2008. Despite the hiccup of giving up a two-run home run in Wednesday's victory over Boston, Wolfe has allowed just 23 hits over 35 2/3 innings covering 30 appearances.
RP Wolfe earns a relief win
(8/29/2007) Brian Wolfe (3-1) pitched two innings of relief to pick up the win in Tuesday's game at Oakland. Jeremy Accardo gave up two runs in the ninth on RBI singles by Marco Scutaro and Jack Hannahan before Casey Janssen got Shannon Stewart to ground to first with two runners on for the final out. It was Casey Janssen's fourth save. "Things were just starting to snowball," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "My gut told me maybe it was time [to change pitchers]. I've got confidence in all those guys down there."
RP Wolfe surrenders game-winner
(7/31/2007) Carl Crawford, who was out of the starting lineup for three games because of the sprained wrist, hit a 3-2 pitch from Brian Wolfe (2-1) over the fence in center field in the 11th inning of Monday's game to win it for Tampa Bay.
(6/20/2007) The Blue Jays recalled right-hander Brian Wolfe from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, optioned righty Lee Gronkiewicz to Syracuse and gave right-hander John Thomson his unconditional release. Manager John Gibbons said the Blue Jays made the move to get a fresh arm for their bullpen after starter Dustin McGowan lasted just 1 2/3 innings Tuesday. "We like Wolfe, but Gronkiewicz threw a lot (Tuesday) so he wasn't going to be available for a couple of days," Gibbons said. "God forbid something happens and you've got to use everybody again. That would set you back a couple of days."
Blue Jays call up RP Wolfe
(6/20/2007) The Blue Jays made a slew of roster moves Wednesday. They called up RP Brian Wolfe from the minors, released John Thomson (shoulder, 60-day DL) and sent RP Lee Gronkiewicz back down to the minor leagues.
Wolfe gets demoted by Blue Jays
(6/6/2007) The Blue Jays sent RP Brian Wolfe back down to the minor leagues.
Brian Wolfe makes MLB debut
(5/31/2007) Brian Wolfe, who was called up from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, made his major league debut in the ninth inning of Wednesday's game at the Yankees.
Blue Jays summon RHP Wolfe
(5/29/2007) The Toronto Blue Jays purchased the contract of Brian Wolfe from Triple-A Syracuse on Monday and sent INF Ryan Roberts outright to Syracuse.
Jays make two cuts Saturday
(3/25/2007) The Blue Jays reassigned RHP Blaine Neal and RHP Brian Wolfe to minor-league camp.
Blue Jays hand out spring invites
(2/12/2007) The Blue Jays have extended non-roster invites to spring training to: pitchers Geremi Gonzalez, Beau Kemp, Blaine Neal, Josh Towers, Brian Wolfe and Victor Zambrano, catchers Sal Fasano, Erik Kratz and Curtis Thigpen, infielders Kevin Barker, Rob Cosby, Ray Olmedo and Ryan Roberts, outfielders Jeff Duncan, John-Ford Griffin, Chad Mottola, Mike Vento and Matt Stairs.