Down on the Farm: 6/2

Photo by Matthis Villars on Pexels.com AAA Syracuse 6 Buffalo 4 Starter Anthony Kay struggled with his command, yet his teammates bailed him out in the early innings, but the Buffalo offence went cold over the second half of the game and the Bisons dropped a decision to the Mets. Kay fanned 6 over 3.1 … Continue reading Down on the Farm: 6/2

Down on the Farm: 5/13

https://twitter.com/vancanadians/status/1393088593711693828?s=21 High A Vancouver 3 Spokane 2 The C’s moved to a game over .500 by topping Spokane. Luis De Los Santos’ three run round tripper in the home half of the 6th proved to be the margin of victory. Vancouver starter C.J. Van Eyk rebounded from a rough pro debut to toss 4.2 innings … Continue reading Down on the Farm: 5/13

Down on the Farm 5/7:

You could forgive Dunedin Blue Jays Manager Luis Hurtado if he was feeling kind of pessimistic. His D-Jays, one of MiLB’s youngest teams, have gone 0-4 against the Yankees powerful Tampa affiliate, with a run differential of 33 after last night’s lopsided 25-10 loss to the Tarpons. But the career Blue Jay isn’t looking for … Continue reading Down on the Farm 5/7:

Projecting the Rotations: Vancouver

The full-season High Vancouver Canadians.....has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? The Blue Jays will have numerous decisions to make in terms of their minor league rosters in the weeks to come. The developmental philosophy in the past has been to have a player spend one full season at a level (combining the two … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: Vancouver

Projecting the Rotations: Vancouver

The full-season High Vancouver Canadians.....has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? The Blue Jays will have numerous decisions to make in terms of their minor league rosters in the weeks to come. The developmental philosophy in the past has been to have a player spend one full season at a level (combining the two … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: Vancouver