Found December 03, 2011 on Batter's Box:
Breaking news, just before the baseball meetings next week in Dallas. The Jays have traded Brad Mills to the Angels for Jeff Mathis according to Ken Rosenthal on Twitter. Brad Mills didn't have a future in the AL East and he was due to be traded. Hopefully he will have more success in the AL West. Mills went to university in Arizona and presumably will enjoy returning there for spring training.Mathis will likely be the backup catcher in Toronto. JP Arencibia would be due to catch 130 games in 2012 leaving 30 for the backup catcher.Is ths the first of many winter meeting deals?
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