This will be Revere’s second stint with the club. The 30-year-old outfielder was traded to Toronto for Phillies right-handers Alberto Tirado and Jimmy Cordero at the trade deadline in 2015, and batted a hearty .319/.354/.381 through the end of the regular season before ending up on the wrong side of a pivotal strike call in Game 6 of the ALCS.
After his gig with the Blue Jays, he bounced around the league on short-lived deals with the Nationals, Angels, and Rangers. While he hasn’t set foot in the majors since 2017, he slashed .277/.319/.406 with three homers and two stolen bases in 40 games for Triple-A Salt Lake last year. He’s likely to serve as outfield depth for the Blue Jays yet again.