How are members of the 2023 Blue Jays doing on their new teams?

Apr 10, 2024; San Francisco, California, USA; San Francisco Giants third baseman Matt Chapman (26)
Apr 10, 2024; San Francisco, California, USA; San Francisco Giants third baseman Matt Chapman (26) / Robert Edwards-USA TODAY Sports
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Jay Jackson

Jackson was one of the feel-good stories for the Blue Jays last year and has had quite an interesting professional career. He's spent time in more organizations than you can count and did a great job in 25 outings out of the Jays' bullpen. Even if he was used mostly in low-leverage spots, Jackson had some standout showings, including a pair of them against a lethal Dodgers lineup where he went a combined 3.2 innings with five strikeouts and just one hit allowed.

Jackson hit free agency in hopes of signing a big league contract, which he landed from the Twins. He's made seven appearances for them so far, posting a 5.19 ERA with nine strikeouts and three walks across 8.2 innings of work.

Jordan Luplow

Luplow made it into just seven games for the Blue Jays last year but did much more damage in Triple-A. Suiting up for the Buffalo Bisons, he hit eight home runs with 31 RBI in just 48 games. He was lost on waivers to the Twins, where he made it into 32 more games to cap off the 2023 campaign.

Luplow is currently in Triple-A with the Phillies, and he's been off to a red-hot start. In 14 games, he's got six doubles, three home runs and 12 RBI along with an impressive .396 average and 1.142 OPS. Small sample size, but he's been dominant to begin the new season.

Mason McCoy

McCoy was acquired by the Blue Jays around the trade deadline in exchange for relief pitcher Trent Thornton. McCoy has carved out a nice career for himself as a defensive specialist and had gradually improved his power numbers as the years went by. He appeared in just six games for the Jays and while he didn't register his first big league hit, he did score a pair of runs.

McCoy signed a minor league contract with the Padres this past offseason and is currently in Triple-A El Paso with them. He's got a home run and 10 RBI through 16 games, posting a .190 batting average and .580 OPS so far.