The 31-year-old Colabello likely will compete for playing time with Daric Barton at first base at Buffalo. He also has the ability to play right field, and he will provide versatile depth in the Minors.
Colabello spent parts of the past two years in Minnesota. He combined to hit .214 with 13 home runs, 56 RBIs and a .662 OPS in 365 at-bats. Toronto is expected to start the year with Justin Smoak and Danny Valencia at first base, with Edwin Encarnacion getting the majority of his time at designated hitter.
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