All Jays fans remember J.P. Arencibia's major league debut. He homered on the first pitch of his first at-bat, a two-run shot to left in the second. He added another first-pitch homer in the sixth, and finished with four hits.
Arencibia demonstrated a whole lot of power out of the gate, but didn't show much of anything offensively last season. His batting average last year fell to .194 and his on-base percentage was a remarkably poor .227. And those strikeouts... so many strikeouts...
Arencibia, now a free agent, won't be back with the Blue Jays next season. Instead, the Jays have signed Dioner Navarro and traded for Erik Kratz.
JPA: In like a lion, out like a lamb.