After being praised for his talent at his first spring training with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Mitch White's consistency and health are critical for a successful comeback as a Blue Jay.

By the Numbers
  • White pitched 7.1 innings with a 0.95 WHIP.
  • His ERA was 7.11 in 12.2 innings of work for the Blue Jays last year.
  • With the Dodgers, he posted a 3.58 ERA and 1.20 WHIP in 105.2 innings.
State of Play
  • White has shown potential with strong performances but needs to overcome past inconsistency and injury issues.
  • He is aiming to be a reliable bullpen option this year and could potentially make spot starts if he remains consistent.
  • His recent outings demonstrated his capability as a reliable arm for the Blue Jays.
What's Next

If White maintains a solid string of performances, he could secure a consistent role in the bullpen and potentially earn spot starts given the rotation's uncertainty.

Bottom Line

Mitch White's success with the Blue Jays hinges on his ability to stay consistently reliable and overcome past inconsistency and injury issues.