The 37th Anniversary Blue Jays Squad, Part III

Okay, there’s one position that was omitted from our all-time team: Designated Hitter. This is the part where the fans get to vote. Over the years, there have been some goodies. Some have already been mentioned—Dave Winfield and Paul Molitor—but there have been others. Edwin Encarnacion had a great season in 2012, primarily as a DH, and Joe Carter was productive in ’97. One of my personal favourites was Cliff Johnson.

Okay, this one’s up to you.  Put on your Alex Anthopoulos hat and answer this question: ‘who’s the best DH in Toronto Blue Jays history?’  Keep in mind that you’ll need to drop one player from the 25 man roster to add your DH.

Wes Kepstro


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