Toronto Blue Jays: 5 Closing Options That Can Be Acquired Via Trade

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Toronto Blue Jays: 5 Closing Options That Can Be Acquired Via Trade
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In my last article, which mostly fell on deaf ears, I outlined five pitchers the Jays should pursue via free agency. Realistic and noteworthy, many readers here believe Alex Anthopolous and ownership will not open up their pockets and sign a closer long-term.

In the end, you only go as far as your pitching will take you. If your starters are good and your bullpen stinks, you won't win games. The same can be said for a good bullpen and a bad rotation. The competitive balance of both squads is critical in the success of a baseball franchise.

So with that said, I've opted to list five closers the Jays should try and acquire. All of these closers are legit closers with experience closing big games. Some may come at a hefty price tag, while others can be had for next to nothing.

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