The Cincinnati Reds is interested in a possible agreement for Blue Jays Toronto on the right Marcus Stroman, according to Buster Olney ESPN.
General manager Blue Jays, Ross Atkins, had said this about Stroman on the MLB Network Radio at Winter Meetings.
"First, it's just beginning to know that we have an amazing athlete and an incredible starter in Baseball Major League such as Blue Jay Toronto and that's a good starting point. It will be very difficult for another organization to appreciate more than we are doing, it's so difficult because we know what's going to tick, "said Atkins.
"We are more aware of athletics than anyone."
Stroman 4-9 last season went with an average running 5.54 earnings. He is looking to re-win his form of 2017 when Eighth Cy Young started voting after going 13-9 with an ERA of 3.09 in a high career career session of 201.0.
The 27-year-old allowed only nine home runs 102.1 in the last season. If there was a deal with Cincinnati, he could have a lovely baseball base in friendly American Dancing.
The Reds are told that they are really interested in New York Yankees Sonny Gray and to the beginning Tanner Roark earlier on Wednesday, but the idea of adding Stroman to a club that ran 24th in an ERA team last season would be interesting to general manager Nick Krall.
It was also reported in November that the Reds were interested in Stroman.