List of former Blue Jays players trying to revive their careers overseas

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Major League Baseball is not the only league of professional baseball getting going around the world. In Japan and Korea, two of the top non-MLB leagues are firing up as well; Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) and the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO).

Each league has rules in place against how many "foreign" players can be rostered at one time. In the NPB, there's no real limit to how many foreign players can be in the organization, but only four are allowed at once. At no time can there be four position players or four pitchers, there can only be a maximum of three of each.

In the KBO, the rules are largely the same. The foreign limit in Korea is set at three, with no more than two of them being pitchers. Up until 2014, there was a limit of only two foreign players allowed at any given time.

In the past, current players like Jay Jackson and Casey Lawrence have found great successes overseas in non-MLB leagues.

As the rosters are being set around the world's top baseball leagues, there are a surprisingly large amount of former Toronto Blue Jays players that are aiming to revive their professional careers overseas.

Let's check out which former Blue Jays players are playing overseas to start 2023.