Griffin: Jays Offer Arbitration to Four of Their Own Free Agents

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Griffin: Jays Offer Arbitration to Four of Their Own Free Agents

The Blue Jays, taking advantage of MLB's final opportunity for a draft-choice bonanza under the old compensation system for Type A and B free agents, saw GM Alex Anthopoulos, at midnight Wednesday, offer arbitration to four of their own ranked free agents, righthanded relief pitchers Frank Francisco and Jon Rauch; second baseman Kelly Johnson and catcher Jose Molina. The only Jays' 2011 free-agent not to be offered arbitration was veteran righthander Shawn Camp. Johnson had been ranked as a Type A, while the others, including Camp, were Type B under the old Elias system, that is being scrapped.

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