Cavan Biggio certainly made a splash with the big club this summer, but another Blue Jays 2nd Baseman of the future may be found ready to burst onto the full season scene next year in Miguel Hiraldo. Originally signed as a SS in 2017, the 5'11" Hiraldo is listed at 170 lbs, but our good … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: #8 Miguel Hiraldo
After watching several of his starts this summer and perusing his numbers, Eric Pardiño's 2019 was a little, well, underwhelming. Pardiño lived up to the hype in skipping the GCL to begin his pro career stateside in the under-the-lights Appy League. The 5th ranked 2017 IFA was as advertised, fanning 64 in 50 innings. The … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: #9 Eric Pardiño
by Mason McRae Coming in at number 15 is the youngest player on the list. Martinez is still 17 and already becoming one of the better prospects in a pool that’s losing players quickly to the big leagues. Martinez’ current grade is a 20 and his future grade is a 45, coming out to … Continue reading Blue Jays Top 25 Under 25: #15 Orelvis Martinez
He emerged seemingly out of nowhere in 2018, barrelling up balls and firmly placing himself on the prospect radar. In 2019, Alejandro Kirk made the scouting community aware of his defensive skills, and as a result makes his first appearance on our Blue Jays Top 10 list. Listed at 5'9"/220 but likely heavier than that, … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: #10 Alejandro Kirk
By Mason McRae Last week I released a massive 10-round MLB Mock draft that included signing bonuses as well as draft pools. It was probably the most in-depth look at the draft over the summer, and with so much information, some Jays fans might’ve been alittle lost over it. So let’s break … Continue reading Blue Jays Mock Draft – the First 10 Picks
by Mason McRae You may have some scrolling to do, but here is a thorough look at the first ten rounds of next June's draft, including bonus predictions and scouting reports.
RHP Luis Quiñones, who was lights out in the Vancouver bullpen this year, received an 80 game ban today for a positive test for Nandrolone, a steroid which aids recovery, as well as building muscle by producing protein. Quiñones, a 34th round find out of Juco power San Jacinto last June, fanned 47 in 30 … Continue reading Blue Jays Prospect Receives 80 Game PED Ban
Five days after the World Series ends, the minor league free agency period begins. Here is a list of players in the Blue Jays system who will be eligible when that date arrives.
The Blue Jays have added RHP Jackson Rees to the complement of players the Blue Jays have sent to the Arizona Fall League, bringing up the total number of Toronto prospects to 7. Unlike past years, Toronto is not sending a top prospect to the southwest, with SS Kevin Smith (ranked 13 by MLB … Continue reading Blue Jays Round Out Arizona Contingent
Coming in at number 16 is Patrick Murphy, once a highly touted arm in the system. He’s turned into a fringe Blue Jay in the future. Coming off a stellar 2018 season in New Hampshire and Dunedin, he took a step backwards in 2019 after making some serious mechanical adjustments, and having a … Continue reading Blue Jays Top 25 Under 25: #16 Patrick Murphy