Farm System Update with Joe Sclafani

With all of us somewhat starved for baseball content, we caught up with Blue Jays Assistant Director of Player Development Joe Sclafani about a number of things in the Toronto farm system. Since MLB does not allow team staff to talk about any player currently on a 40-man roster, that did cut the length of … Continue reading Farm System Update with Joe Sclafani

Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #1 Gabriel Moreno

It’s an anecdote I’ve told before, but please indulge me one more time. It’s spring training, 2019. The Blue Jays minor league facility was closed to the public that year as much needed renovations to the Mattick Complex began. So, for Blue Jays prospect watchers, the Phillies complex at Clearwater was the next best thing. … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects: #1 Gabriel Moreno

Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: #2 Orelvis Martinez

Yes, Orelvis is worth getting all shook up about. The Blue Jays have a cornerstone 3rd baseman in the making, one who has been comped to no less than Adrian Beltre. There is some high risk/high reward aspect to his profile, but Orelvis Martinez may well be the real thing. The best hitter in the … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: #2 Orelvis Martinez

Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects. #3 Nate Pearson

Pearson has teased the Blue Jays with tantalizing upside but a mix of health and command problems. -Baseball America Few evaluators have been able to summarize Nate Pearson’s progress to date so succinctly as BA. Pearson’s high-end velo fastball and his wipeout slider have promised so much, but issues with his health and repeating his … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Ten Prospects. #3 Nate Pearson