The TorontoBlue Jays have agreed to terms with INF Joe Panik on a Minor League contract with an invite to 2021 Major League Spring Training.  

Panik, 30, batted .225 with six doubles, a home run, and seven RBI for the Blue Jays last season. The native of Yonkers, NY, split his 41 games between second base, third base, and shortstop and was charged with just one error as he kept a .990 fielding percentage.   

The 29th overall selection of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft by San Francisco, he finished sixth in NL Rookie of the Year voting and went on to win a World Series ring with the Giants in 2014. Over the course of seven Major League seasons, the 2015 All-Star and 2016 Gold Glove winner has batted .269 with 185 extra-base hits in 723 contests.   

Toronto’s full list of non-roster invitees to 2021 Major League Spring Training follows: 

·       LHP Nick Allgeyer  

·       RHP Bryan Baker 

·       RHP Anthony Castro 

·       Philip Clarke 

·       RHP A.J. Cole 

·       INF Jordan Groshans 

·       INF Miguel Hiraldo 

·       INF Leonardo Jimenez 

·       RHP Adam Kloffenstein 

·       RHP Francisco Liriano 

·       RHP Alek Manoah 

·       INF Austin Martin 

·       INF Orelvis Martinez 

·       LHP Tim Mayza 

·       RHP Joey Murray 

·       OF Ryan Noda 

·       INF Joe Panik 

·       RHP Jackson Rees 

·       INF Kevin Smith 

·       LHP Kirby Snead 

·       INF Richard Ureña 

·       RHP CJ Van Eyk 

·       OF Forrest Wall 

·       INF Logan Warmoth 

·       INF Tyler White 

·       RHP Simeon Woods Richardson 

·       OF Chavez Young 

·       RHP Yosver Zulueta 


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