Weaknesses and Quick Trade Fixes for Blue Jays

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Weaknesses and Quick Trade Fixes for Blue Jays
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Needless to say, the 2013 season was a major disappointment for the Toronto Blue Jays and their fans. The team finished 74-88 and last in the American League East. After making a number of offseason moves last year to improve their roster, the team struggled consistently from April to September and found themselves falling well-short of a postseason berth.

Now the conversation turns to how the Blue Jays can improve for the 2014 season. If anything, the 2013 season exposed some crucial flaws in the make up of the team. Last year, general manager Alex Anthopoulos utilized the trade market to alter his team, but he has not closed the door on potentially going after free agents this year.

Here are a few weaknesses that I believe the Blue Jays need to address before heading into next season. For each weakness I have provided a player who may be available via trade to fill the void. Let me know what you think in the comments section.

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