When asked about third baseman Corey Koskie's future with the Blue Jays, general manager J.P. Ricciardi told the Toronto Star, "I don't know, If Aaron Hill is on our club he's going to have to play every day. I don't think it would do him any good to be a reserve. It will play itself out." The Twins were apparently upset when they lost Koskie and have exchanged offers with the Blue Jays since. The Jays might be willing to pay the difference in what the Twins had offered last winter and then throw in a mid-level prospect to get Morneau to fill their first base void.
The Jays have been rumored to be shopping current first baseman Erik Hinske and are still struggling to find an ample replacement for the departed slugger Carlos Delgado at first base. They are a team that will be active this offseason due to a significant increase in available funds, but this move is simply an unsubstantiated rumor at this point.
Morneau a Jay? That would be nice.