If you were wondering the latest on ex-Blue Jays pitcher Josh Towers, he played in the Atlantic League in 2011 for the Camden Riversharks.
After playing in the majors for 8 seasons with the Orioles, Jays, Dodgers and the Yankees, Towers wanted to continue playing after stints in the minors, and ended up with the Riversharks. He started 12 games posting a 5-6 record in 13 games. He pitched 71.2 innings giving up 100 hits, striking out 36 and walking 13.
Towers did this interview explaining his role on the team and how he leads by example.