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His K-BB% is a much more palatable 13.8%, he generates ground balls at a 55% clip, and his 3.34 FIP/3.57 xFIP suggest there’s a real role in the bullpen for him. It is not outrageous to suggest that Perez has a legitimate skill set for medium-high leverage relief work, provided a manager is capable of optimizing who he faces. There is nothing the baseball industry covets more than fastball velocity, and Perez has it in spades. I’m willing to pay a premium to see how it plays in the bullpen. I can squint and see a pathway to him being a Zack Britton-lite.

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Honourable Mentions

RHP Arodys Vizcaino

RHP Jeremy Jeffress

LHP Tony Cingrani


INF Zack Cozart (1 x 12,666,668) + RHP Jose Soriano for RHP Sam Gaviglio

As mentioned previously, the Blue Jays have demonstrated a willingness to leverage their financial flexibility to facilitate trades. With the Angels looking to trim salary (telling Kole Calhoun to kick rocks and declining his team option) to chase down some pitching (and dare I say, Yasmani Grandal), the Blue Jays represent a team who stands to benefit from the Angels mandate to free up money.

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Fresh off an impressive 5 WAR season in 2017, the Angels fatefully paid Cozart $38,000,000 on a three year pact to man the hot corner. For their money, they’ve received below replacement level production the past two seasons. Cozart’s .557 OPS (54 wRC+) across 360 PA’s gave way to defensive wunderkind David Fletcher to take hold of 3rd base, with resurgent Tommy LaStella having a revelatory season at 2nd base cut short by a broken tibia. Couple those two with Ozzie Smith impersonator Andrelton Simmons entrenched at shortstop as well as the impressive Luis Rengifo fully capable of subbing in around the infield, and the Angels are left without a role for Cozart and a desire to shed payroll.

Enter the Blue Jays. Despite my obstinance surrounding the virtues of Freddy Galvis as a capable backup infielder for the triumvirate of rookie infielders (and my consequent disappointment in Galvis being given away for nothing), Zack Cozart could prove useful in Toronto occupying the same role. With a documented history of being a well above average shortstop (+55 Defensive Runs Saved in 6300+ innings) as well as some recent experience at both second and third base, Cozart could fit in pretty seamlessly as the backup infielder in the last year of his contract.

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Age: 35
Throws: Right
Arsenal: Four-Seam Fastball, Cutter, Changeup, Curveball
Fastball Velocity: 89.3 mph
2019 stats: 5.79 K/9, 0.79 BB/9, 1.59 HR/9, 3.74 ERA and 4.49 FIP in 79.1 IP

How it works: Considering the Blue Jays are likely to rely on a number of unproven pitchers in their rotation, it would pay to have someone to soak up innings when their outings go sideways. Sam Gaviglio played that role last season and pitched close to 100 innings in it — but Tomlin would represent an incremental upgrade.

That said, the real prize is the 21 year old right handed pitcher Jose Soriano. Armed with a high octane fastball (92-96mph, 98mph max) and a well above average breaking ball tucked into a 6’3 body, Soriano also throws the ball incredibly easy (video). While he’s still raw and likely in need of multiple years of minor league work, he would be a worthy addition to the Blue Jays organization. Here’s what the prospectors at Fangraphs had to say about him entering the 2019 season:

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‘Soriano struggled to harness his newfound velocity in 2018. The year before, he was a skinny 18-year-old sitting just 87-92. When he arrived in the spring of 2018, he had added sculpted muscle mass to a prototypical frame, and his fastball was humming in at 94-97 early during spring outings. After some time in extended spring training, Soriano spent the end of last summer in Low-A as a 19-year-old, and had issues with walks. Though his delivery is devoid of violence, he struggles with release consistency and has scattershot fastball control as a result. Soriano’s feel for locating his terrific curveball is often superior to his fastball command, and while this approach is becoming more acceptable in the majors, ideally he’d refine the latter.

It’s odd to look at Soriano’s numbers and argue that he took a step forward last year, but he accomplished a third of the things we hoped he’d develop — more velocity, better command, and a better changeup or some other third offering — before turning 20. If either of the last two components fails to progress, Soriano will end up in the bullpen. If they both do, he’ll be a mid-rotation starter.’

For the Angels, they’ll get the versatile and surprisingly reliable RHP Sam Gaviglio to eat up innings. With a career ground ball rate of 48.5% as well as an allergy to walks, Gaviglio stands to benefit from the more than capable defensive unit the Angels deploy. Onto the next one!

OF/1B(?) Jesse Winker for RHP Ken Giles

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Since entering the league in 2014, ‘100 mile Giles’ has performed among the elite relievers in the sport. Among relievers with at least 300 innings pitched, Giles ranks 4th in WAR accumulated (9.7), 3rd in FIP (2.37), 7th in xFIP (2.83), 6th in K%-BB% (25.8%), and he’s excelled against both right and left handed hitters. In short, he’s one of the very best relievers on the planet. As with most pitchers, injury caveats apply. His elbow barked frequently during the 2019 season, and of course that needs to be taken into account.

That said, Jesse Winker has his warts as well. Winker has a checkered injury past, with shoulder surgery in 2018 and some IL stints in 2019 with back spasms and a cervical strain. More worrying, Winker’s body may not allow him to feasibly play the outfield much longer. With a sprint speed of 25.6 feet per second, Winker ranks in the 24th percentile around the league. What’s more, with Fangraphs’ baserunning measure BsR showing him costing more than 6 runs on the basepaths the past two years, it can be reasonably argued his foot speed and generally lacklustre athleticism is a real problem moving forward. These problems have also manifested themselves in the outfield. In 1500 career innings as an outfielder, Winker carries with him a -12.8 UZR/150 and -21 Defensive Runs Saved. Statcast also has him in the 3rd percentile for outfield jumps and the 10th percentile for outs above average. More simply, this is a player who ought to be moved somewhere easier on the defensive spectrum. Without a DH position and Joey Votto holding down the fort as the Redlegs’ 1st baseman, that move won’t occur in Cincinnati. Considering the presence of budding superstars Nick Senzel and Aristedes Aquino in the outfield, Winker has a pretty tenuous claim to any consistent plate appearances without a change of scenery.

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