AL East Preview: The Toronto Blue Jays
Thu, 3 Feb 2011|
Sean McAdam breaks down Toronto's offseason and what you can expect from the Blue Jays this year.
Former Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell is a new front meant the Toronto Blue Jays now getting his team into the AL east title race. Will be eight daunting task for the first time manager as Farrell knows all too well the Red Sox Yankees and rays. Have a habit of clogging up that spotlight -- Red Sox insider summit -- and continues his preview of Boston's divisional competition tonight but look at girls team the Jays. The Blue -- offseason was sparked by one major arrival of one major departure. Toronto hired former Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell when parents -- young and talented starting rotation. -- never managed professionally but he seems like a perfect fit for a franchise on the rebound. The biggest transaction of the winner was the subtracted. Unloading underperforming center fielder Vernon Wells and nearly all of the 86 million dollars remaining on his contract. Can return the Jake -- outfielder Juan Rivera and indirectly reliever Frank Francisco. Double public payroll flexibility down the line. For now the Jays need another monster season from home run champ Jose Batista. Jason did you bounce back season from Aaron Hill and how to win. He may well be what -- gets out of his young starters. -- Shaun Marcum traded but he's Ricky Romero and Brett Cecil will be the rotation and the Jays expect big things from outbreak back. It keeps -- from the trade of ace Roy Halladay. Been improved farm system and money to spend in the -- The case may be inching back to confess your status for the first time in almost forty years.