Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: #4 Jordan Groshans

Here are the numbers of two players from their age 19 and 20 minor league seasons: Player A: 19 - .303/.380/.407 20 - .276/.338/.389 Player B: 19 - .337/.427/. 482 20 - .291/.360/.407 One of those players, as you’ve no doubt guessed, is Jordan Groshans, the Blue Jays 2018 1st round pick. The other is … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: #4 Jordan Groshans

Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #5 Gunnar Hoglund

Spending an evening reading scouting reports about the Blue Jays top draft pick in 2021 (19th overall from Ole Miss), the terms “feel for pitching,” “polish,” and “command,” crop up time and again. Gunnar Hoglund is a big-framed guy who knows how to pitch. Hoglund, who underwent Tommy John surgery in May, is not a … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #5 Gunnar Hoglund

Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #7 Sem Robberse

https://twitter.com/flasmitty/status/1421491857591345162?s=21 Maybe ranking right handed Sem Robberse, who may well turn out to be a gem of a late signing from the 2018-19 IFA class, as high as 7th is a bit of a reach, but when you read the reports about Robberse, there certainly is a lot to like: Brendan Gawlowski of Fangraphs: Anthony … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #7 Sem Robberse

Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: 8 Manuel Beltre

https://twitter.com/perfectgameusa/status/1218897709408641024?s=21 Polished. That’s the word you hear and see most often when talking to Blue Jays minor league officials or reading scouting reports about Manuel Beltre. One of the highest rated bats in the 2020-21 IFA class, Beltre may not have as high a ceiling as some of his peers, but he makes up for … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: 8 Manuel Beltre

Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #9 Adam Kloffenstein

https://twitter.com/HoothTrevor/status/1408260565118636036?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1408260565118636036%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.prospects1500.com%2Fal-east%2Fblue-jays%2Fvancouver-canadians-dynasty-prospects%2F In many ways, Adam Kloffenstein’s May was a microcosm of his whole season. Kloff, the Blue Jays 3rd round pick in 2018, and the Northwest League’s 5th-ranked prospect in 2019, was deemed not quite ready for the Alt Site in Rochester in 2020’s truncated season. He returned, if not geographically, to Vancouver in 2021, … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #9 Adam Kloffenstein

Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: #10 Spencer Horwitz

For those of you who have followed this little blog for a while, you know that this annual list tends to be about upside. Except for the tenth slot. It’s where I like to sneak in an under-the-radar guy. And this year, it’s the High A’s top prospect (as per MiLB.com), 1B Spencer Horwitz. Horwitz … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects: #10 Spencer Horwitz