AA traded yet another player to be named later in exchange for RHP Carlos Villanueva. I'm poised to believe that he definitely is someone who could benefit from a change in leagues and scenery. Yes, his career average fastball velocity is 100 MPH minus 12 MPH but he has a chance to win a bullpen job in Toronto and maybe re-gain his '06-'08 success.
In '10, Carlos and LaTroy Hawkins pretty much teamed up to see which of the adversarial pitchers could spend more time on the DL. He also lost a job to Zach Braddock, and now the Brewers seem more inclined to give the younger fellows on their roster a chance, such as the aforementioned Braddock. The Jays on the other hand, currently have several bullpen spots to fill. Villanueva is sure worthy of a spot, but that comes with a very, and I mean VERY good Spring Training on his part.
He's a 4 pitch pitcher that uses his change up to get guys out. I'm guessing it won't take very long to figure out if he can hack it in the AL East.