The Blue Jays are likely to exercise a $7-million option on first baseman Adam Lind for the 2014 season rather than pay a $2-million buyout.
The Blue Jays have exercised the options on Adam Linds contract. Lind bounced back from a sub-par 2012 season to hit .288, his highest average since the 2009 season when he batted .305, in part because his BABIp was likely an unsustainable .324 and the fact he hit .309 versus right-handed pitching. Lind is worth a late round flier, not for his average, but for his 20+ home run power and the fact that he plays in one of the most hitter friendly parks in Rogers Centre.
Analyst: Michael Pichan View Profile