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Published : 21.02.2013 | Author : admin | Categories : Soccer Predictions VIP 2016
Jays' Manager, John Gibbons (L), and GM Alex Anthopoulos (R), will team up to build a fantastic club in 2013. There is very little doubt that the Toronto Blue Jays have made the biggest splash in the 2012-13 offseason. As you can see from the chart above, available in a more interactive form here on the official MLB website, the Jays have a very promising team for 2013.
The Jays don’t really have any players I would put in this category, but there are certainly those you can be quite confident will turn in a good 2013. For the Jays, the key will be the offence moving continuing to progress, and the bullpen solidifying. No matter the outcome, we can be certain the 2013 edition of the Toronto Blue Jays will be intriguing to watch. The Jays made an optimistic move signing the outfielder, perhaps a moral and ethical stand on giving someone a second chance.


Dustin McGowan could be back for spring training, though the Jays will continue their ever-ginger approach to his development.
Because MLB teams carry only 25 players on the active roster, not everyone on the chart above will be on the team come opening day. With a very team-friendly 2-year, $16M deal, if Cabrera doesn’t turn out, the Jays will not have risked a lot. On paper, none of these names are good enough to usurp a current rotation spot, but who knows where they could be used for team depth. While it’s true that the Jays are striking while the iron is hot in the downturn years of the Yankees and Red Sox, no team will be a pushover in the AL East. If you look back at the great World Series championship teams of recent memory, you can see that they all had a strong bullpen.
With former infield coach Brian Butterfield now in Boston, it’s unknown if the Jays will continue running their agressive shift defence.


If he’s back, then the Jays have one of the premier left-handed setup men in the league.
On the other hand, they might be awful, stranding the Jays with a big hole in the middle of the order. Chad Jenkins, Jeremy Jeffress, and Esmil Rogers are all in the mix, with the latter having a very good shot at an opening day spot after a strong 2012 in Cleveland.



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