The Toronto Blue Jays enter 2018 as one of the more intriguing teams in Major League Baseball. If healthy and playing well, Toronto has a legitimate shot to compete for a playoff spot in the American League. After declining Jose Bautista’s mutual option, the Blue Jays will enter 2018 without their former power hitting right fielder for the first time in a decade. Manager John Gibbons will look to lead the Blue Jays to their third postseason appearance in his six years since returning as manager to Toronto.
In the off-season general manager Ross Atkins acquired Aledmys Diaz and Yangervis Solarte to shore up the team’s depth in the infield. Middle infielders Troy Tulowitzki and Devon Travis struggled to stay healthy last year, providing the need for more depth up the middle. First baseman Justin Smoak, who enjoyed a career year and All-Star appearance in 2017, will look to replicate last season’s success. Similarly, defensive wizard Kevin Pillar expects to match last year’s production both at the plate and in center field. Of course, the entire lineup relies on the production of perennial MVP candidate Josh Donaldson, who won the MVP award in 2015 for the American League. Throw in veteran catcher Russell Martin and designated hitter Kendrys Morales, and the Blue Jays still have an extremely potent offense when healthy, despite the loss of Bautista.
On the mound, the pitching staff revolves around Long Island native Marcus Stroman. Stroman is among the league’s crop of talented young fireballers, and he is one of the most entertaining personalities in all of Major League Baseball. When healthy, Aaron Sanchez also has the potential to be one of the best young pitchers in the MLB. He will look to regain his 2016 form, in which he won 15 games with a 3.00 ERA. Veterans Marco Estrada and J.A. Happ look to solidify the starting rotation behind Stroman and Sanchez.
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