The Blue Jays struggled through most of the first half of 2015, but after acquiring David Price at the trade deadline the team’s performance improved vastly and the Blue Jays ended up in the American League Championship Series. After losing a tough series to the eventual world-champion Kansas City Royals, the Blue Jays have their sights set on 2016 and will look to build off of their strong finish to 2015. The team did lose David Price to free agency but allocated that money to other areas of need rather than make one big splash. Continuing with our string of offseason report cards, the Blue Jays will be assigned a grade based on the moves they made for their offense, starting rotation, and bullpen. Let’s get to it.