MLB: Blue Jays still looking for starters and Kevin Gausman is being targeted

Toronto Blue Jays continues in its management to become an even more competitive team in the MLB and during this off-season market they will seek to strengthen their starting rotation. According to reports, Kevin Gausman is one of the pitchers wanted by the Canadian organization and would seek to sign him from the free agency.

MLB Network journalist Jon Morosi as well as other media announced that the Toronto Blue Jays have their sights set on acquiring the services of Kevin Gausman for the 2022 MLB Season.

Blue Jays recently signed a contract extension with José Berrios to keep him in their rotation and now they are looking to add more quality elements to it to have competitive arms.

Toronto “lost” Robbie Ray and Steven Matz in free agency but as well as Gausman, now ex-San Francisco Giants, they would receive offers from the organization during the winter market.

Kevin Gausman was an important part of the great season that the San Francisco Giants had in 2021. In 33 starts he had a 2.81 ERA, as well as a 14-6 record in wins and losses; In addition, he was named an All-Star player.

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MLB: Blue Jays still looking for starters and Kevin Gausman is being targeted