Out of all the relievers in the bullpen, Oh has been the third most used reliever behind Ryan Tepera and Tyler Clippard. Given the recent struggles that Clippard had as the closer and Tepera assuming the role with Roberto Osuna‘s uncertain future, Oh would be the top candidate to be on the move.
This could be similar to what the team went through with Joe Smith last season and any contender looking to add to their bullpen option will consider any option if the price is right.
The Blue Jays wouldn’t be looking for a big return for a reliever like Oh but again with the position that the team is in, any asset would be worth acquiring.
What would help Toronto is trying to get ahead of other teams that haven’t declared themselves as sellers yet. It doesn’t mean to trade off every player right now but they need to look at what players could have more of an impact being traded earlier rather than later.