He owns 121 career wins, was an All-Star in 2006 and 2007, and was integral to the Marlins winning the World Series in 2003. Yet over the course of his last three major league seasons, Brad Penny is 13-13 with a 5.54 ERA in 61 games (35 starts). He's allowed 298 hits and 31 home runs in 235.2 innings.

But the Blue Jays are willing to give him a chance.

After signing Wade LeBlanc, the Toronto Blue Jays continued to add pitching depth on Thursday by signing Brad Penny to a minor league deal.