First-time MLB All-Star Game participant J.A. Happ is no stranger to trade rumors

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First-time MLB All-Star Game participant J.A. Happ is no stranger to trade rumors
First-time MLB All-Star Game participant J.A. Happ is no stranger to trade rumors

WASHINGTON -- Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ is a stranger to the All-Star Game. He was selected to the All-Star Game this season for the first time in his 12-year big league career. Happ is not, however, a stranger to trade rumors. Toronto is expected to unload the veteran southpaw at the trade deadline because he is an impending free agent, and losing him for nothing after the season is a non-option. Happ is a trade chip the Blue Jays will cash in. "That will all take care of itself," said Happ on Monday. "I just worry about the day-to-day and every five days go out there and do what I can do." Truth be told, Happ does not have All-Star numbers. A brutal five-start stretch to close out the

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