Eight Blue Jays have filed for salary arbitration with American League MVP Josh Donaldson headlining the list.
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Sportsnet looks on how much Donaldson could earn through arbitration after a stellar 2015 season. Michael Saunders is the only other Jays position player to file. The rest are hurlers Brett Cecil, Jesse Chavez, Steve Delabar, Drew Hutchison, Aaron Loup and Drew Storen.
Meantime, a few Blue Jays players will be making the rounds across Canada. Cecil, Chris Colabello and Dalton Pompey will be in Fredericton, New Brunswick this weekend as part of the Jays Winter Tour that also includes stops in Toronto and Ottawa.
A couple of luncheon dates to keep in mind - Marcus Stroman and Aaron Sanchez will be in Buffalo for the Bisons Hot Stove Luncheon January 20 and Pompey, should-have-been Hall-of-Famer-by-now Tim Raines and general manager Ross Atkins are slated to be in Vancouver January 29 for the Canadians Hot Stove event.