free agents 2015: Marco Estrada, Blue Jays reportedly talking multiyear deal

Baseball Right-hander Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays are talking about a multiyear contract as the clock ticks down to Friday’s deadline for free agents to accept or reject qualifying offers, Fox Sports reported, citing unidentified sources.WHERE WILL THEY GO

?: Johnny Cueto | Zack Greinke | David Price Coming off a 2015 season in which he was 13-8 with a 3.13 ERA and 1.04 WHIP in 181 innings for the AL East champions, Estrada, 32, has these options:— Accept the one-year, $15.8 million qualifying offer and plan on being a free agent next year. — Reject the qualifying offer and hit the open market this offseason, though any team that signs him will owe the Blue Jays draft-pick compensation, which could limit his marketability.— Sign a longer deal to stay in Toronto, where he was the team's most reliable postseason pitcher (2.33 ERA in three starts). Related News 10 greatest Blue Jays players of all time “We’d love to have him back,” Jays interim GM Tony LaCava told Fox Sports. “He was a big part of our success this year.”MORE FREE AGENCY: Top 25 FAs | Best SPs | Best relievers | Best OFs