If the early 2015 Toronto Blue Jays and the post trade deadline Blue Jays both showed up at a family dinner, they would hardly recognize each other. New acquisitions and the ability to compete in the AL East made citizens flock to the Rogers Centre. Games were selling out daily. This past season put baseball back on the map in the great North. It was home to moments that will have many talking over their five o’clock meals for years to come, and launched certain players into Blue Jays greatness.
Now that the World Series has come and gone, it is time to look at the offseason wish list for Toronto.