Every Single 2020 Free Agent the Blue Jays could be Interested in
Playing in the major leagues since 2007, Asdrubal Cabrera can play second, third and short. Just this year, he started playing first base, in which he appeared in 25 games at that position for the Nationals. He’s best suited playing at second, as he holds a .993 fielding percentage in his career at that position.
In 2020, he slashed .242/.305/.447 in 52 games. His career slash line is .268/.330/.426 with 1,692 hits, 380 doubles, 188 home runs and 827 RBI.
Daniel Descalso was expected to provide the Cubs with versatility off the bench, but didn’t do much for the team. He played in 82 games in 2019 slashing a horrendous .173/.271/.250 and was out all of 2020 with an ankle injury.
As the current front office for the Blue Jays loves players that can play multiple positions on the diamond, a minor league deal for Descalso could be a possibility.
Brad Miller would be able to provide any team that signs him positional flexibility and a left-handed power bat off the bench. Miller can play all over the infield and has 53 games of experience playing in the outfield.
2020 saw him slash .232/.357/.451 with seven home runs. Over his eight year career, he’s combined for a slash line of .240/.316/.421 with 95 home runs.
Charlie Culberson can play a little bit of everything with the exception of pitcher, catcher and centre field. He only got one hit in nine games in the 2020 season and has a career slash line of .249/.293/.391.