The Toronto Blue Jays have traded infielder John McDonald to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for a…
Jays Sign McDonald to One-Year Deal
In his seven Major League seasons, with the Cleveland Indians (1999-2004), Blue Jays (2005) and Tigers (2005), he is a career .241 hitter with four home runs and 49 RBI. The New London, Connecticut native was the Indians 12th round selection in the 1996 First Year Player Draft.
The Blue Jays now have six players remaining who are eligible for salary arbitration, RHP Pete Walker, 2B Orlando Hudson, IF Shea Hillenbrand, 1B Lyle Overbay and LHP's Ted Lilly and Scott Downs. All have been tendered contracts for the 2006 season.
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