Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson was diagnosed with a strained right calf Saturday after and MRI on the injury was conducted at the team's behest. Donaldson hurt the calf while running on Friday but both he and the Blue Jays hierarchy think it is not a major deal and that he will be ready to go for opener. Of course calf strains can be very painful and long-lasting so we are not out of the worry woods yet with this. Be that as it may, Donaldson once again is a slam dunk mid-first round pick who is actually being selected behind Kris Bryant, Nolan Arenado, and Manny Machado in early drafts. With all four guys being very similar in skill and impact, you can make the case Donaldson is the best buy of the four. He should once again be in the MVP running if all breaks right on the health front.