Four Jays Look to Bounce Back in 2014 and One Looks to Climb

By on February 15, 2014


Dunedin, Fla. — Josh Thole, Brandon Morrow, Sergio Santos and Luis Perez are all looking to bounce back in 2014.   While Tampa native Kenny Wilson would more than likely keep fast tracking.

Josh Thole came over to the Blue Jays in a trade with the Mets in December 2012 with R.A. Dickey. After playing in Buffalo (AAA), Thole was called up mid season 2013 and only batted .145 with the MLB Jays in 45 games. Thole batted .261 four years prior with the Mets. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

June 1st 2013 marked the day Brandon Morrow went on the Disabled List. Morrow only started 10 games, went 2-3 with a 5.63 ERA (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

In 2011 Sergio Sanchez had 30 saves with the Chicago White Sox. Joining the Jays in 2012 he had 2 saves both in April. Since then, going on the disable list in April 2012 Sanchez has just 1 save that came on September 27, 2013 (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

After starting 2-2 in 2012 with 42 innings pitched, Luis Perez tore his ulnar collateral ligament and was done for the year. Most of 2013 was Dunedin and Buffalo rehab for Sanchez. He was called up to Toronto in September as part of the expanded roster. Perez appeared in 6 games last year, pitching 5 innings with a 5.40 ERA (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Kenny Wilson was drafted in the 2nd round of the MLB amateur draft by the Jays out of Sickles High School, Tampa, Florida. In 2013 Wilson played 3 games with the GCL Jays and two games with Dunedin. Being called up to New Hampshire (AA) Wilson played 55 games and posted his best year at the dish batting .259 (56-216), 14 doubles, a triple and 3 HRs with 11 RBI (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

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