Who is closing?
Drew Storen, 28, was 21-13 with 95 saves and a 3.02 earned-run average in six major league seasons with the Nationals. The Toronto Blue Jays acquired righthanded the reliever for outfielder Ben Revere and a player to be named later. Jays general manager Ross Atkins isn’t anointing newcomer Storen as the new closer just yet. Last season, 20-year-old Roberto Osuna had a teamhigh 20 saves for Toronto. Storen converted 29 save chances and had a 1.73 ERA when Washington acquired Jonthan Papelbon in late July. Storen struggled as a setup man following the deal, finishing the season with a 3.44 ERA and no saves.