As someone who has followed Vladimir Guerrero Jr since he signed with the Blue Jays in July of 2015, I've been on board his bandwagon since Day One. He was my #10 Blue Jays prospect before he had ever played a game, and a year later, he was at the top of the list. And … Continue reading What the Future Holds for Vladdy Jr
After homering to his pull-side in the first, Griffin Conine showcases his oppo power in AB No. 2 in a 0-2 count. #mlbdraft pic.twitter.com/AYnq24GlnS — Michael Lananna (@mlananna) March 9, 2018 We've learned several things about the early round draft preferences of the Mark Shapiro/Ross Atkins regime over the course of the last two years: … Continue reading MLB Draft Preview: Griffin Conine
The Blue Jays have taken a college Pitcher with their first round choice in each of the past three seasons, and could take another this June. Missouri State RHP Jon Harris was selected with the 28th overall pick in 2015. A year later, Pitt righty T.J. Zeuch was chosen 21st, and last year's pick, Nate … Continue reading MLB Draft Preview: Ryan Rolison
The Blue Jays have quietly assembled a group of toolsy, athletic Outfielders, and may add another this June if local product Tristan Pompey is available with the 12th pick. Pompey may seem like a reach at that point in the draft; many publications have him lower (Baseball America has him at 20th in their most recent … Continue reading MLB Draft Preview: Tristan Pompey
The Blue Jays are in a "sweet position" to grab a premium college Pitcher or Outfielder with the 12th pick in June's draft, according to a noted amateur talent evaluator. Jeff Ellis, the lead MLB draft analyst at Scout.com (you can read his most recent mock draft here), feels that given the preferences shown by … Continue reading MLB Draft Preview #2 (From a Blue Jays Perspective)
Thanks to the excellent resources that are available (beyond this one, of course), many Blue Jays fans are now keeping closer tabs on the team's minor league players. For someone who loves the minors just as much as the majors, that's great. There are many ways to keep track of your favourite minor league prospects. … Continue reading Where Will the Top Prospects Play?
The Blue Jays are said to be the front-runners in the Orelvis Martinez sweepstakes, the Dominican SS who will likely receive the highest bonus on the July 2nd opening of the international free agent signing period. Martinez will likely command a bonus of more than $3 million, soaking up much of the Blue Jays' $4.75 … Continue reading Morelvis: Blue Jays Favourites to Sign Dominican SS Martinez