07:22 AM ET 06.17 | Part of a heralded class of acquisitions, Mark Buehrle now finds himself in Toronto, which on Sunday won its fifth straight to climb within four games of .500. [Buehrle's] free-agent contract with the Marlins didn't include no-trade protection. That's noteworthy now that he's 2-1 with a 1.91 ERA in his last five starts. If the Jays surge back into the AL East race, Buehrle won't belong on this list. But if GM Alex Anthopoulos decides to sell, he's certain to get a large volume of calls on this former world champion. Anthopoulos could seize upon the opportunity to replenish the farm system after surrendering so many prospects last winter. Buehrle has two years and $37 million left on his contract -- a relative bargain, when compared with the going rate.