Many think that the Jays bullpen is a huge weakness for a team with so much strength in the starting rotation and an offense that’s now rounding into shape. It’s actually not quite as bad as you might think. Let’s take a look at what the Jays actually have in the bullpen right now. Toronto will likely carry seven relievers for most of the season, so we’ll look at those seven spots by role.
There are a few questions still to be answered at Blue Jays camp in Dunedin. The biggest of these — the lodestone, if you will — is just who will slot in as the fifth starter to begin the 2016 campaign.