Blue Jays depth chart 1.0: Robbie Ray is back, how does the bullpen stack up?

Major League Baseball’s free agency period is roughly two weeks old and the Blue Jays have already dipped their toe into the market. With their first move, they brought back a familiar face, so the team doesn’t look all that different from the 2020 version, yet.

We know the Blue Jays plan to be active this offseason. Every area of their roster needs tweaking. The rotation probably takes precedence over the bullpen for now, since the market is more flush with relievers than impact starters. It remains to be seen which starter the Blue Jays can land, but based on comments from general manager Ross Atkins, the team is aiming high.

The Blue Jays need defensive help both in the infield and outfield, but which specific position should be a priority is a bit of a toss-up. It appears the Blue Jays are keen to pursue the best players available and fit the pieces on the field later.

The final makeup of the 2021 Opening Day roster will depend on what…

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