JA Happ Done For Season, Lawrie and Arencibia Set To Return

The Blue Jays are welcoming back two important offensive (and defensive) pieces as the club will see both 3B Brett Lawrie and C J.P. Arencibia return to the lineup.

Unfortunately that news was coupled with another devestating blow to the starting rotation as it was learned that recently acquired J.A. Happ will be lost for the season due to a fractured foot. 

The injury will require screws to be inserted and recovery is expected to be around four months, the Jays can only hope he returns to form upon his return given the amount of prospects traded to acquire him from the Houston Astros.

His last start (September 3, 2012) showed a lot of promise as he struck out 9 batters against the surging Baltimore Orioles in 5 innings.

Another day, another injury.

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