On the mound: Toronto has set its rotation for its upcoming weekend series at home against Washington. After the off-day on Thursday, the Blue Jays will start Roy Halladay on Friday, followed by Shaun Marcum and A.J. Burnett in the remaining two Interleague games against the Nationals.After an additional off-day on Monday, Toronto right-hander Dustin McGowan is slated to take the mound at home against the Dodgers. Jays right-hander Josh Towers, who Gibbons indicated is still the fifth starter, won't be required to start again until Saturday, June 23, against the Rockies. Inked: The Blue Jays announced on Tuesday that they had signed 12 players who were selected in this year's First-Year Player Draft. Sixth-round pick Michael McDade -- a catcher out of Silverado High School in Nevada -- was the highest draft selection to sign. Snubbed: In the most recent online American League All-Star balloting update, Toronto had no players who ranked in the top five at catcher, first base, second base, shortstop or third base. The Jays also had no outfielders among the top 15 vote-getters. Did you know? Among AL second basemen, Toronto's Aaron Hill entered Tuesday's game tied for first in doubles (18), tied for first in RBIs (37), second in total bases (108), third in home runs (eight), tied for fourth in hits (64) and fourth in runs (35). Coming up: McGowan (2-2, 5.02 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Blue Jays in the finale of a three-game Interleague set against the Giants at 3:35 p.m. ET on Wednesday at AT&T Park. San Francisco will counter with righty Tim Lincecum (2-0, 4.26).
Jordan Bastian is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.