Last Friday in the shocking Brett Lawrie and Josh Donaldson trade, the Blue Jays sent to Oakland two pitching prospects that otherwise would have served as good minor league depth pieces. Gone are Sean Nolin and Kendall Graveman, who made their debuts with the Jays, which now forces Toronto to save the depth they currently have on the big league roster. This simply paves the way for Aaron Sanchez, who is too good to waste in Triple A Buffalo, to start the year in the bullpen so that they can maintain spots for J.A. Happ in the rotation and Marco Estrada as the swingman…Continue reading→
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