Blue Jays' Slow Offseason "To Give Writers a Break" Says Alex Anthopoulos

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Blue Jays' Slow Offseason
David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Since the beginning of November 2013, the Toronto Blue Jays have only made 19 transactions after making 52 transactions over the same period in 2012. The quiet offseason has caused worry among some segments of the fanbase, who believe that the club needs to do more to fill significant holes in their starting rotation and lineup. The reason for the lack of moves, Bluebird Banter has learned, is that general manager Alex Anthopoulos wanted to give some time off for beat writers and bloggers who follow the team.

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