Offseason Moves the Toronto Blue Jays Should Have Made Going into 2014

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Offseason Moves the Toronto Blue Jays Should Have Made Going into 2014
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The Toronto Blue Jays didn’t make a lot of offseason moves, opting to bring back nearly the same roster from last year. That decision has already started to hurt the team 45 games into the 2014 season.

While the Blue Jays are still very much in the race—their 23-22 record has them one game back of first place in the AL East—the team could’ve been in a much better position had general manager Alex Anthopoulos added more talent to the roster during the offseason.

As of right now, Toronto appears to be a team trying to compete with the players it already has and is unwilling to spend additional money or trade for veterans.

Let’s take a look at three moves that the Blue Jays should’ve made this past offseason that could’ve immediately brought them a lot close to being considered a contender.

 

*All stats are from baseball-reference.com.

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