|Will A.J. Burnett team with Roy Halladay to form the best 1-2 punch in the AL?|
Last week, he signed hard-throwing lefty B.J. Ryan to a five-year, $47 million deal - the largest for a relief pitcher in baseball history. Now Ricciardi's made an even bigger splash, at least financially, by inking A.J. Burnett to a five-year, $55 million contract.
Is that too much money for pitchers with 42 career saves and 49 career wins, respectively? Did the Blue Jays neglect their glaring offensive needs? Or is there still more work to do before they're done? At which position does Toronto need the biggest upgrade via trade?