The Blue Jays aren’t working with a lot of cash but they have a few needs. They need a couple of starting pitchers due to injuries to Dustin McGowan and Shaun Marcum that will cause them to miss most if not all of the 2009 season. The Blue Jays have a lot of live bullpen arms in lefties Fabio Castro, Brian Tallet and righties Brandon League and Jason Frasor who are available. Although Marco Scutaro and Joe Inglett played well for the Blue Jays last season they still need an upgrade in the middle infield for 2009. The Blue Jays could take a chance on Josh Barfield from the Cleveland Indians. The Indians would likely take either Frasor, Tallet or League straight up for him. If the Blue Jays want to spend a little bit more money they could go for Khalil Greene or Bobby Crosby. Either the Padres or A’s would likely jump at getting League or Tallet for Crosby or Greene. The Blue Jays could also move Russ Adams or John McDonald but neither of them have much value and would likely be nothing more than throw ins.