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Marcus Stroman is displeased with Blue Jays management



It's day of spring training and the fireworks have begun.

Saturday's the debut of the "Vladdy Show" at the Blue Jays' spring training facility. On Sunday, the "Stro Show" made its season premiere in Dunedin, Fla.

After throwing a side session yesterday, Marcus Stroman has met with the media for the first time since arriving at camp. Instead of dipping into the reporter's pool, the 27-year-old went with the scorched earth approach.

Anyone hoping for a quiet Sunday morning at Dunedin was sadly mistaken.

In typical fashion, Stroman did not

First off, Stroman voiced his displeasure at the Lack of Veterans on the Blue Jays' roster , Major League Baseball

Stroman is not happy at the paint of signing by the Blue Jays in particular.

"Hey Marcus, how's everything going with the front office?"

Well, this is not awkward at all

It is not the first time where friction has been felt between the right hands and the Blue Jays brain trust. Stroman called out the Blue Jays on Twitter last February after he lost his salary arbitration case. The 27-year-old is going to make a make-or-break year for Stroman.

Trade rumors have swirled around it all offseason, but the topic of a contract extension hasn

"I've been waiting for a long term deal," Stroman said . "I've been offered nothing."

And now, in that same breath, the Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun has sources that refute Stroman's claim about not being a contract extension. Oh boy, this year is going to be entertaining in Blue Jays country.

Whether or not Stroman was not the only one who did not want to scream. Granted, he missed portions of the season due to injuries, but he finished the 2018 campaign with a 5.54 ERA in 102.1 innings pitched through 19 starts.

While he has been a little tactful with his approach regarding the other issues he spoke out about, this is a subject where Stroman is completely in the right. Could the Blue Jays be more competitive in 2019? Absolutely.

Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, Craig Kimbrel, and Dallas Keuchel still on the market, the Blue Jays could sign any one of these players and instantly make the club more competitive in 2019.

For Stroman to boil over like this, it's a raw glimpse into the frustrated and dissatisfied state of mind of one of the longest-tenured members of the Blue Jays roster.

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Ian Hunter

Toronto Blue Jays blogger and writer, gif maker, baseball mustache aficionado, runner, beer admirer, proud dad.



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