MLB Trade Deadline 2012: Taking a Look at the Toronto Blue Jays' Newest Pitchers

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MLB Trade Deadline 2012: Taking a Look at the Toronto Blue Jays' Newest Pitchers

The Toronto Blue Jays have made a subtle splash in 2012 trade deadline, acquiring pitcher Brad Lincoln from the Pittsburgh Pirates and pitcher Steve Delabar from the Seattle Mariners

This may not be the Matt Garza or Zack Greinke of acquisitions, but don't be fooled simply because these pitchers aren't Cy Young recipients. 

To many Blue Jays fans, this might seem like a waste of money, mainly because they don't know who these guys are, but rest assured—Pirates and Mariners fans feel a similar buzz.

In the next two slides, I'm going to give Torontonians (and Blue Jay fans alike) a glimpse of what to expect from these two power pitchers—and believe me when I say power. 

The Blue Jays may have stolen two of the best relief pitchers on the market, and although they are no-names in Toronto, that thought will quickly be replaced with fastballs your eyes can't catch up with. 

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