We should probably start with a disclaimer: on this site, and an earlier incarnation, I've probably written more about Toronto OF Anthony Alford, whose tenure as the longest-serving Blue Jay came to an end in the middle of the team's double-header sweep of the Phillies on last Thursday, than I have about any other Blue … Continue reading What’s Next for Anthony Alford?
Twitter photo I have to be honest: not much. The lefty reliever was added to the 40-man and promoted from Rochester, home of the Alternatives, just in time to likely face a Tampa lineup that will have six left-handed hitters in the lineup. I was a big Bergen booster back in the day, and watched … Continue reading What to Expect From Travis Bergen
Otto Lopez/The Athletic After doing this for most of the past decade, one comes to a realization about Top Prospects lists: once you get past the upper echelon of players in a system, things start to become increasingly arbitrary. There is loads of potential, but predicting a future big leaguer becomes a much more … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: The Next Guys
Negotiations over a new agreement between MiLB and MLB - taken over in a hammerlock by MLB - had threatened the existence of numerous franchises and a couple of leagues prior to the pandemic. Recent developments, plus the cancellation of the minor league season have pretty much put an end to the minors as we … Continue reading What Will MiLB Look Like When it Returns?
A new and refreshed look at the top ten Toronto Blue Jays prospects.