Blue Jays: A possible matchup against a previous top possibility in Minnesota

The Toronto Blue Jays have seen their reasonable part of top possibilities throughout the long term travel every which way through the association.

Back in the mid 2010s, the Blue Jays had three exceptionally positioned pitchers in the Minor Leagues

Justin Nicolino, Noah Syndergaard, and Aaron Sanchez followed by the appearance of Marcus Stroman in the 2012 MLB Draft.

Just two of those pitchers would make their MLB debut with the Blue Jays, as Nicolino was moved as a feature of the blockbuster Miami Marlins bargain

also, Syndergaard was one of the fundamental bits of the R.A. Dickey exchange with the New York Mets, thinking back to the 2012/2013 offseason.

Sanchez and Stroman stayed with the Jays until the Atkins period was brought into town and the group went through a revamp after the postseason runs in 2015 and 2016.

At the 2019 exchange cutoff time, Stroman would be exchanged to the New York Mets in return for possibilities Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson

while Sanchez would be moved days after the fact close by Joe Biagini and Cal Stevenson to the Houston Astros in return for outfielder Derek Fisher.

he dropping out of the Stroman exchange was more emotional than the Sanchez bargain.