20 Things: It’s sink or swim time for a handful of young-ish Blue Jays

Welcome to Blue Jays Nation’s Season In Review. Instead of doing boring-ass, standard player-by-player reviews or handing out some arbitrary report cards, I’m going to talk about 20 things that are on my mind heading into 2020. Today, we have the futures of multiple young Blue Jays bubble players. 

I haven’t done one of these review/preview posts in a little while, but now that the dust seems to have settled on the Blue Jays’ off-season and we have a good idea of where the team stands heading into 2020, it’s time to dive back in.
I think it’s safe to say, at this point, the Jays are done making major additions to their roster. We’ll likely see some veterans relievers added to the ‘pen and perhaps a utility guy with a good glove who can be the backup shortstop, but there won’t be anything major.
The front office’s work this winter has been in building the team’s starting rotation. They added in ace in Hyun-Jin Ryu and some veteran depth in Chase Anderson and Tanner Roark to completely flip the rotation …

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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation

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