Next up in our 2015 season preview series: the Toronto Blue Jays, owners of baseball's longest postseason drought.
A trade, a reported managerial hiring, lots of option decisions and some stuff on Nick Markakis, Carlos Santana and more. Let's get to the roundup.
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Friday at 1 p.m. ET was the deadline for eligible players to avoid the need to exchange arbitration figures with their current ballclub, so there was an unbelievable mass of signings that took place. The biggest payday went to Hunter Pence of the Giants, as he agreed to a one-year, $13.8-million deal.
The drawn-out process is finally concluded. R.A. Dickey has passed his physical and agreed to a contract extension with the Blue Jays, the club announced Monday. This finalizes a trade that had been extremely visable in the media since Friday afternoon. The extension is for three years and $29 million, with a $12 million club option for 2016.
CBSSport.com's Jon Heyman has confirmed that the Blue Jays and R.A. Dickey have agreed to a two-year contract extension, which means that the final hurdle to the blockbuster trade with the Mets is the knuckleballer's physical.
The deal that would send reigning National League Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey to Toronto could end up being a good one for both the Blue Jays and Mets.
The Mets and Blue Jays have agreed to a deal that would send R.A. Dickey to Toronto if he agrees to an extension with the team.

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