How All Of The Blue Jays Hitters Were Acquired (2014 Roster Tree)
How All Of The Blue Jays Hitters Were Acquired:
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For those that have never seen one of our Roster Trees, we go over how all of the players were acquired.
It works like 6 degrees of separation. By searching back to the origin of all the way back until a player is signed, drafted or purchased.
It totally gives you an idea on how the franchise has fared.
The Blue Jays have seen EE bash out several seasons worth of awesome since then.
Of course the blockbuster deals the franchise in the winter of 2012 are still roaming rampant for the rosters.
So far there is no incredible star given the other way, in which the team has suffered drastically.
Time will tell the toll on all deals.
Adam Lind is the only player in the everyday lineup that was drafted by the organization.
Also nailing EE down for a 3 YR deal worth only $29 MIL was brilliant. Right now the burly 1B is in 2nd for HR since the beginning of 2012, with 98 big flies.
Anthopoulos picked up Brett Lawrie for Shaun Marcum, who is not even in the Majors currently.
Out of the players that St. Louis received for Rasmus, they lost everyone. Marc Rzepczynski was traded to the Tribe for a Minor Leaguer.
Jose Bautista (33) 3B/RF: August 21, 2008: Traded by the Pittsburgh Pirates to the Toronto Blue Jays for a player to be named later. The Toronto Blue Jays sent Robinzon Diaz (August 25, 2008) to the Pittsburgh Pirates to complete the trade.
Robinson Diaz (30) C: November 19, 2000: Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an amateur free agent.
Colby Rasmus (27) CF: July 27, 2011: Traded by the St. Louis Cardinals with Trever Miller, Brian Tallet and P.J. Walters to the Toronto Blue Jays for Octavio Dotel, Edwin Jackson, Corey Patterson and Marc Rzepczynski.
P.J. Walters (29) P: September 29, 2011: Granted Free Agency.
Edwin Encarnacion *1st Go Around: November 12, 2010: Selected off waivers by the Oakland Athletics from the Toronto Blue Jays. He never signed with the A’s, was granted Free Agency, and re-signed with Toronto again. This time to stay.
Sergio Santos (30) RP: May 16, 2008: Selected off waivers by the Minnesota Twins from the Toronto Blue Jays. He was acquired by the Jays later in 2011, but we will feature that in the pitchers Roster Tree.
Jose Reyes (31) SS: November 19, 2012: Traded by the Miami Marlins with Emilio Bonifacio, John Buck, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson and cash to the Toronto Blue Jays for Justin Nicolino (minors), Henderson Alvarez, Anthony DeSclafani, Yunel Escobar, Adeiny Hechavarria, Jake Marisnick and Jeff Mathis.
Josh Johnson (31) SP: Left as a Free Agent after 2013 year.
John Buck (33) C: December 17, 2012: Traded by the Toronto Blue Jays with Wuilmer Becerra (minors), Noah Syndergaard (minors) and Travis d’Arnaud to the New York Mets for R.A. Dickey, Mike Nickeas and Josh Thole.
Mike Nickeas (31) C: Is playing for AAA Buffalo Bisons for the Blue Jays.
Josh Thole (27) C: Is the backup Catcher in Toronto for Navarro.
Wuilmer Becerra (19) RF: July 6, 2011 Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an international free agent for $1.3 million.
Kyle Drabek (26) SP: Is currently starting in Buffalo as well.
Anthony Gose (23) OF: Is currently on the roster with Toronto.
Mark Buehrle (35) SP: Could start the ALL – Star Game in 2014 with his 10 – 3 record and a 2.28 ERA so far.
Rob Rasmussen (25) RP: Has played in Buffalo and Toronto this year.
Darin Mastroianni (28) CF/INF: June 7, 2007: Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 16th round of the 2007 amateur draft. Player signed June 12, 2007. February 9, 2012: Selected off waivers by the Minnesota Twins from the Toronto Blue Jays. April 22, 2014: Selected off waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays from the Minnesota Twins.
Transaction Dates Linked to that of Baseballreference.com
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