Mets free agent Marcus Stroman says he's open to reunion with Blue Jays

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Marcus Stroman home uniform blue glove close shot yellow ribbon
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Marcus Stroman made himself a force to be reckoned with in Toronto, and he said on Twitter on Sunday that he is "definitely open to" a reunion with the up-and-coming Blue Jays.

In the same exchange, Stroman responded to a tweet that referenced how good the Blue Jays will soon be with their powerful offense.

"Facts!" he replied to a tweet that alluded to Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Marcus Semien, Teoscar Hernandez, and Bo Bichette.

Stroman recently said he is "open" to joining the "amazing" Cubs, and has also been open to returning to the Mets.

Stroman is coming off a season where he pitched to career-bests in ERA (3.02) and K/9 (7.9). He signed for the qualifying offer last offseason, so he is ineligible to receive it from the Mets this year.

He is expected to be one of the most coveted pitchers on a free agent market that should include Max Scherzer, Clayton Kershaw, and Kevin Gausman.

The Blue Jays were alive for the postseason up until Sunday, but were eliminated after the Yankees and Red Sox both won and clinched their spots.