The Jays, it appears, are spending their money quite wisely this offseason and plan on spending it on a bona fide closer.
Last season the Jays had the worst save percentage among all American League teams. Despite that terrible percentage, the team still managed to finish at .500 for the season.
Given slightly fewer blown saves, some extra development from the team's youngsters and possibly another addition or two after solidifying the bullpen, the Jays could conceivably win 10 to 15 more games next season if all goes right.
We will now take a look at what's left in the free-agent market for closers and break down the chances of the Jays landing them.