The 2012 Toronto Blue Jays have been nothing but a train wreck. Sure, there have been moments that led to optimism for the future, but for the most part, it hasn't been a season worth remembering.
Losing half of their starting rotation for the majority of the season took away any thoughts of contending this season. When general manager Alex Anthopoulos said that all the Jays need to do is acquire starting pitching to be a serious contender, it was taken with a grain of salt to say the least.
If the Blue Jays can't bring in any new talent in the offseason via free agency, which is likely if the owners don't up the amount that Anthopoulos can spend, they are going to have to look for trades.
Luckily, the Blue Jays have the talent both on the team and in the minors to be able to land a good starting pitcher. Here are five players that could be on the way out.