The question whether or not Rosario is viewed as a starter or reliever was answered last season. The…
Camp Report: Accardo on the Bubble
The Jays love Accardo's live arm -- he consistently throws in the mid-90s -- but would like to see more consistency. In 27 appearances with the Jays last season, Accardo allowed 38 hits in 28 2/3 innings and a .325 opponents' batting average.
Simply put, he has to locate the ball better.
"He's fighting for a job," was the blunt assessment of general manager J.P. Ricciardi.
Manager John Gibbons likes his arm but also wants better results.
"He needs a strong spring," Gibbons said. "The bullpen is up for grabs a little bit. We're going to take the best team north." It might be one without Accardo.
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