DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Josh Johnson is all set for a new start in Toronto.
Traded from the Miami Marlins to the Blue Jays in the offseason, Johnson says he's ready for a lot of new changes.
Johnson was the Marlins' ace going into last season. He'll be the No. 3 man in the Toronto rotation, behind R.A. Dickey and Brandon Morrow and ahead of Mark Buehrle and Ricky Romero.
Johnson said Wednesday that he's excited about Toronto's prospects after the team spent heavily to upgrade its roster.
Advertisement

MLB Top Stories

Thumbnail Yost's Royals contests Yanks in series finale Months ago, Luis Cessa was toiling away in at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre. Now, he’s an integral part of the Yankees’ rotation.
Thumbnail Blue Jays vs. Orioles Predictions Despite losing last night in Baltimore are the Blue Jays a safe money line play tonight when they visit the Orioles at 7:05PM ET?
Thumbnail Cards could deal Brewers seventh straight L St. Louis rookie Luke Weaver earned his first MLB victory over the weekend, limiting Oakland to a run on four hits. In a few hours, he’ll have a chance to exploit...
Thumbnail Diamondbacks vs. Giants Prediction After falling to the Diamondbacks last night, will the Giants rebound with a win today at 3:45PM ET?
Thumbnail Maddon's Cubs covet sweep of Pirates Over the weekend, Jason Hammel had his shortest outing of the season. Yet Cubs manager Joe Maddon is more than ready for the veteran hurler to tackle tonight’s series...
More inMLB Articles  
Advertisement

MLB Team Pages