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Topic - Brett Cecil
The Blue Jays aren't getting a whole lot of relief from their bullpen right now.
Brett Cecil walked into spring training last year with his career in limbo.
The Blue Jays agreed to a trio of one-year contract with players in salary arbitration, giving outfielder Colby Rasmus $7 million, right-hander Esmil Rogers $1.85 million and left-hander Brett Cecil $1.3 million.
The Toronto Blue Jays made a late pitching change Friday before their series opener against the New York Yankees.
As the night wore on, Rich Harden found himself reflecting on his old dominant days in Oakland.
"I didn't feel like I had a good feel for anything," Cecil said. "I was pulling my cutters, my curveballs were up and not as sharp."