In Ken Rosenthal's latest article, he comments on some Jays-related news.
It seems like A.J. Burnett's very, very happy with his new contract:
Once again, J.P. Ricciardi's having trouble persuading other GM's to acquire Miguel Batista. Since trading Batista on his own doesn't seem like enough to acquire a valuable hitter, perhaps the inclusion of a so-so prospect or two should be considered (if it hasn't been already, of course).
Finally, Rosenthal also sheds some light on how Toronto might react should an infield dilemma arise in 2006:
It seems like Aaron Hill is major-league ready, so I would hate to see his progression stall in the minors for a year. Although, he wouldn't benefit at all from rotting on the bench all season, either. What would you do if you were J.P.? Poll question included in the comments section.