Not many more sleeps til Florida, peeps..... Here's a look at a recent mock draft from the keyboard of Alex Jensen, who has the Blue Jays selecting Missouri OF Kameron Misner with their first overall pick. Misner does not check a lot of boxes, but he is a bit of an under-the-radar prospect after missing … Continue reading Blue Jays MiLB Weekly Links
A look at the best hitting prospect the Blue Jays have ever produced.
An up-the-middle player? Check. MLB bloodlines? Check. Young for his draft class? Check. A polished bat? Check. As D1 College play started last week, MLB draft guru Jeff Ellis of scout.com tabbed Clemson SS Logan Davidson as a player who checks a lot of boxes for the Blue Jays with their first pick, 11th … Continue reading A Still Early MLB Draft Preview
Spring training games start this weekend, with Ryan Borucki and Sean Reid-Foley getting the starting nods in the pair of scheduled games. The light at the end of the tunnel is looking less and less like a train. Here's a round-up of things I read and enjoyed this week, and thought you might too. … Continue reading Blue Jays MiLB Weekly Links
Through 4 starts last June, New Hampshire's Jonathan Harris was all but unhittable. The 2015 1st round pick from Missouri State allowed but 2 earned runs during that stretch, which he kicked off with 6 no-hit innings against Akron, who he would stymie again in the Eastern League finals two months later. With added velocity … Continue reading Jon Harris Knows He Has to be Better
Blue Jays Director of Player Development Gil Kim gives a wide-ranging update on the Blue Jays farm system.
A weekly collection of links relating to the Blue Jays farm system.
Some links related to the Blue Jays farm system, for your clicking pleasure.... New Hampshire's Forrest Wall impressed many with his speed and athleticism after coming over via trade from the Rockies this summer. There was no award for the Eastern League finals MVP last season, but if there was one, it surely would've … Continue reading Blue Jays MiLB Weekly Update
When Mark Shapiro talks about how tough it is to compete with the Yankees and Red Sox, he makes sure to say that he's not making excuses. Always gracious with his limited time, Shapiro gave us a half an hour last week to talk about the recent experience of a number of Blue Jays prospects … Continue reading Mark Shapiro on Developing the Blue Jays Team Culture
Well....let's hope you all made it through polar vortex week better than my family room window, which now sports a parabola of a crack from top to bottom thanks to the extreme temps. It's been a bit of a black hole for minor league news in the usual down period after Christmas, but things … Continue reading Blue Jays MiLB Weekly