Vlad, Big Nate Atop AFL Top Prospects List

Blue Jays 3B Vladimir Guerrero Jr - Elite hands and elite plate discipline. 0-0 takes are borderline insulting. No fear. Excellent balance in swing. Hands, hips, lower half work in unison. Still 19, man-child 🔥💪💪 pic.twitter.com/6rDzcyJprI — Prospects Live (@ProspectsLive) October 25, 2018 To the absolute surprise of no one, Vladimir Guerrero Jr was named … Continue reading Vlad, Big Nate Atop AFL Top Prospects List

Blue Jays MiLB Manager Schneider Developing Alongside his Players

Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Manager John Schneider has travelled a long road, and like many of the players on the championship teams he's managed the past two seasons, he's on the cusp of a Major League job. A career Blue Jay, Schneider was originally drafted by the Tigers in the 24th round of the … Continue reading Blue Jays MiLB Manager Schneider Developing Alongside his Players

Conine Releases Statement Regarding PED Suspension

Blue Jays prospect Griffin Conine, the 52nd player chosen in last June's draft released a statement in view of the 50 game ban he received for a positive performance-enhancing drug this week via Twitter: pic.twitter.com/eY1apWjNAY — Griffin Conine (@Griffin_Co9) November 19, 2018 While minor league drug PED suspensions have become somewhat commonplace (90 this year, … Continue reading Conine Releases Statement Regarding PED Suspension

All Quiet on the Blue Jays 40 Man Front

In a little bit less than 24 hours from now, MLB 40 man rosters must be finalized and frozen in advance of the Rule 5 draft next month. The Blue Jays currently sit at 36 players on their 40, with the possibility of a couple of spots being opened tomorrow. Among the players the team … Continue reading All Quiet on the Blue Jays 40 Man Front

How Doing Their Rule 5 Homework Landed the Blue Jays an MVP

.....I wrote this several years ago at another site, and thought it was worth publishing again with the deadline for declaring 40-man rosters in advance of the Rule 5 coming up this week. Over the course of the first three years of their existence, the Blue Jays were lovable losers, losing over 100 games each … Continue reading How Doing Their Rule 5 Homework Landed the Blue Jays an MVP

Should the Blue Jays Re-Sign Harold Ramirez?

Our good internet friend Clayton Richer over at Jays Journal suggested that the Blue Jays should re-sign OF Harold Ramirez, who was granted free agency as a six year minor league veteran earlier this month. On the surface, it makes a lot of sense.  After a disappointing 2017, Ramirez made some adjustments this season to … Continue reading Should the Blue Jays Re-Sign Harold Ramirez?

Angel Perdomo Signs With Brewers

LHP Angel Perdomo, who long teased Blue Jays prospect watchers with an electric fastball, signed a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training with Milwaukee yesterday. The tall, angular southpaw was a six year minor league free agent, and decdided to test the often uncertain minor league free agent market at the end … Continue reading Angel Perdomo Signs With Brewers