Blue Jays Offseason Review

Ben Nicholson-Smith does a great job outlining all the moves the Jays made this past offseason, click here for the full read.

Here is a breakdown:

Major League Signings

Notable Minor League Signings

Tim Redding, Omar Vizquel, Kyle Phillips, Nelson Figueroa, Robert Coello, Brian Bocock, Aaron Laffey.

Trades and Claims

Extensions

Notable Losses

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