Canadian right-handed pitcher, Trystan Magnuson, has been cut from the Blue Jays organization following a slow start to the 2013. Magnuson, 28, was at double-A and had posted a 9.00 ERA and 2.08 WHIP in 12.0 innings so far this season. In his six year minor league career, Magnuson went 13-18 with a 3.60 ERA over 334.2 innings.
The Blue Jays drafted Magnuson 56th overall in 2007 and traded him to the Athletics in the deal that brought Rajai Davis to Toronto. The Jays brought him back a year later, but the 6’7″, 220 lbs righty was never able to climb the ranks. Being 28 and regressing, the Jays opted to part ways.