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

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Blue Jays MiLB 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 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