Power Alley Podcast: 2019 Blue Jays recap with The Athletic's Kaitlyn McGrath

Plus a look at how Toronto may address pitching staff this winter

By Buffalo Bisons | November 6, 2019 2:45 PM

This time on the 'Power Alley Podcast' the Voice of the Bisons Pat Malacaro talks to Kaitlyn McGrath from The Athletic about what this offseason could look like for the Toronto Blue Jays. >>>LISTEN NOW<<<

There were some positives for Blue Jays' fans despite the team going 67-95 this past season. The emergence of short stop Bo Bichette over the final two months of the season, in addition to the long awaited Major League debut of third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Kaitlyn discusses what went well for the rookie class of 2019, and what success might look like heading into spring training next year.

Toronto will have opportunities to bolster their pitching staff in both the starting rotation and bullpen. Pat gets Kaitlyn's ideas on what it will take to land free agent arms heading into 2020, and who might be back for the Jays, including names like Matt Shoemaker. Could someone like Anthony Kay factor into Toronto's plans for 2020 and beyond? What are some other names to consider for the roster next year? Kaitlyn answers those questions, and more, in 'The Power Alley.'

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