Blue Jays Biggest Winners and Losers of Spring Training

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Blue Jays Biggest Winners and Losers of Spring Training
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Spring training breeds battles. Sometimes it is as simple as battling the wind on a gusty Florida day, and sometimes they are good old-fashioned position battles. But no matter what, there will always be winners and losers. This Toronto Blue Jays' spring training is no different.

As spring training winds down, a clear picture of who will be playing baseball in Toronto—and who will be playing in Buffalo—is emerging. With every player guaranteed a spot, one has to be told otherwise. As such there are clear winners, and clear losers.

The winners and losers listed here are not players already in a position to succeed, or guaranteed their spot. These are those who have been given fortunate, or unfortunate, news as the spring has gone on. Yes, I agree that Jose Reyes being the starting shortstop on a contending team and recently winning the World Baseball Classic makes him a winner, but you won’t find his name on this list.

Let’s start with those less fortunate than others…

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