Blue Jays Avoid Arbitration With Johnson, Francisco

The Blue Jays announced they've avoided arbitration with second baseman Kelly Johnson for $6.375MM and outfielder Ben Francisco for $1.5375MM.  Casey Janssen and Brandon Morrow are the Jays' remaining arbitration eligible players.

11 Responses to Blue Jays Avoid Arbitration With Johnson, Francisco Leave a Reply

  1. Ty 4 years ago

    Sounds fair. I’d love to see Morrow sign a multi-year deal now rather than go to arb. 

  2. joeblowto 4 years ago

    Can Francisco pitch?

  3. AFCFAN06 4 years ago

    yea signing morrow to extension makes alot of sense

    • sarcasm?

      • Encarnacion's Parrot 4 years ago

        Serious. His SIERA has been 3.31 over the last 2 years. Because his ERA hasn’t translated yet, the Jays should be able to extend him cheap, with a good chance it will end up being a bargain.

  4. joe smith 4 years ago

    I hope to see both Morrow and Janssen get multi-year deals.

  5. Morley C 4 years ago

    Apparently never too many mediocre trolls who can’t get enough of their own juvenile behaviour.

  6. johnsmith4 4 years ago

    Yep…let’s all join ANGRY in whining about the utility outfielder.

  7. Infield Fly 4 years ago

    That’s IT?

    THAT’S your post??

    Where’s the part about how the Jays’ fan base is “full of dummies” and everything?

    If you keep this up we’re gonna start thinking you just don’t love hate us any more!! 😀

  8. Shawnthemon 4 years ago

    Because every team other than the Jays are full of All Stars right…gotcha

    I would hate to have your less than mediocre life, get all your anger out on these forums troll, we’ll try to help you, because you obviously can’t afford a doctor. 

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