The Toronto Blue Jays, almost always known for their powerful bats, have made a splash in the arms department. Last week the Jays made headlines by signing ex-National, Drew Storen to a one-year $8.375mm contract. In a little known move, they also inked a durable independent arm from the American Association's Kansas City T-Bones' Bobby Doran.
The reigning American League East champs never rest on their laurels and this isn't the first time they dug deep for pitching help. It wasn't that long ago that they spotted independent standouts Mike Benacka of Laredo Lemurs and Quebec Capitales lefty-specialist Tony Davis.