It's time for another "you be the general manager". The consensus last week was not to offer Josh Johnson a qualifying offer. That leaves a gap in the 2014 rotation. You, as the GM, have to go in search of replacement starting pitchers. We all know that the pitching market is thin and good starters are very, very valuable. However, after much searching and negotiating, you have been able to line up a trade for a quality starting pitcher, one who will slip into the Blue Jays rotation as their #2 starter.
There is a catch, what the other team wants in return.