Brian Tallet, Edwin Encarnacion and Vernon Wells have all cleared waivers, tweets Bob Elliott of The Toronto Sun. We'll overlook Wells since no team will take on his mammoth contract, but the other two Blue Jays could draw some trade interest.
Tallet has a bit more than $500K remaining on his contract, and has held left-handed batters to a .474 OPS this season. Minnesota just lost Jose Mijares for the next month and could be in the market for a lefty reliever. The Twins have been connected to the Jays in trade rumors about relievers ever since Joe Nathan went on the shelf during spring training. The two clubs weren't able to agree to a deal for the likes of Scott Downs or Jason Frasor, but Tallet would be available at a much lower price.
Encarnacion is a bit of a tougher sell. He has about $1.3MM left on his contract, hasn't hit much (.242/.305/.458) and has an infamously shaky third base glove. That slugging percentage might lead a team or two to make a call, but unless a contender has a sudden injury to a starting third baseman, there might not be much of a market for the 27-year-old.
That said, such an injury just occurred in Atlanta. If the Braves feel they need reinforcements to fill the Chipper Jones void, Toronto could be happy to make a trade. Moving Encarnacion would likely mean that Jose Bautista gets most of the time at third base for the Jays, thus creating more outfield playing time for Travis Snider and Fred Lewis.