The Blue Jays said goodbye to their longest-tenured player recently. There’s no speculation about where Marcus Stroman could be traded to anymore. Surprisingly, the New York Mets are the ones who will become the new home for Stro-Show.
While some fans may still be upset over Stroman being dealt in the first place, all of us can now move forward and further look towards the future. The Blue Jays will also finally be welcoming the final piece of their young core of position players. Bo Bichette will be making his long-awaited MLB-debut during this series. Which should make most fans think even more about future seasons for when the Blue Jays plan to be competitive once again.
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Stro-Show was supposed to be opening this series against the Royals. But, the Blue Jays decided to push Marcus Stroman’s start back a day. So, that the Blue Jays would have an extra day to trade Stroman before he’s scheduled to pitch in another game.
So, the Blue Jays have decided to recall Thomas Pannone to make this start instead of Stroman since he’s gone now. Pannone last pitched for the Blue Jays back on July 18 …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation