According to Ken Rosenthal, usually a very good source for baseball transactions, the Jays are looking to acquire Adam Kennedy from the Angels. In all likelyhood if this happened, the Jays would move Hill over to SS, and put Kennedy in Hill's spot. In Ken's article, he suggested Shea Hillenbrand as the player the Jays would part with in a one for one deal. I'm not so sure what to think think of this possible deal, as we lose a good hitter in Hillenbrand, but we also greatly fix the problem in the middle infield (Kennedy is a good hitter and fielder).
Another rumour going around was that the Jays were going to try to entice Alex Gonzalez (yes the same Alex Gonzalez that played here for 7 years) to come out of retirement. I don't think it would be that hard as he retired over the weekend. Obviously Gonzalez wouldn't be as good an acquisition as Kennedy, but he's obviously a defensive improvement over Russ Adams, and likely an offensive improvement as well.
This trade talk is showing me just how what the Jays really think of Russ right now (who made his 10th error and several other bad throws at a game I attended today). If things don't change, it appears that Russ might be sent back to AAA.
What does everyone else think?
BTW, here's the story: