Blue Jays: Putting Spring Training in the rear view
Mar 9, 2015; Dunedin, FL, USA; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcherMarcus Stroman
(6) walks off the field after being removed from the game in the third inning of a spring training baseball game against the Houston Astros at Florida Auto Exchange Park. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
With Marcus Stroman hitting the DL for the year, the Blue Jays rotation was dealt a rough hand. However, the good news is that Aaron Sanchez and Daniel Norris have looked great and should be able to slide right in.
The question is, “can they make the jump without a hitch?” With those two in the rotation from the get-go, the depth takes a big beating and I seriously question whether the Blue Jays rotation is going to stay healthy enough for us to not see a healthy helping of Jeff Francis or Johan Santana at some point this season.
Toronto may need to decide that a move is necessary down the road, but for right now, cross your fingers and hold on tight.
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