Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons unveiled his starting rotation (as tentative as it can be on February 5) at the annual State of the Franchise meeting. Gibbons joined president Paul Beeston and GM Alex Anthopoulos at the annual event and, in his laid-back demeanour, described how his rotation will work.
The Jays' rotation has been a hotly debated topic around baseball circles and especially among Blue Jay fans.
Personally, I don't like the rotation's look as it stands. Gibbons might be making some fatal errors regarding camaraderie and starting off on the wrong foot.
Here are the reasons why.