If Blue Jays serious about AL East, more moves need to be made
| Jon Paul Morosi
Rotowire: Feb 16 / 10:39a ET
News: Tolleson had corrective surgery during the offseason to fix the vision problems that plagued him in 2014, the National Post reports.
Impact: Last season, Tolleson was playing with 20/30 vision, which has been improved to 20/15 with the procedure that he underwent. The Jays have a vacancy at second base, which gives Tolleson an opportunity to compete for a regular spot this spring, but it's more likely that he'll stick in a utility role. Tolleson is out of options, however, so he's no lock to remain in Toronto depending on how things unfold in spring training.