So Long, DJ Davis

The Blue Jays released DJ Davis, their first pick (17th overall) in the 2012 draft this week. Davis was a bit of a reach, and the Blue Jays were likely more focussed on their other 1st rounder, Duke RHP Marcus Stroman, who went 22nd overall with the pick they received for failing to reach a … Continue reading So Long, DJ Davis

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Top Blue Jays Prospect Story Lines for 2018 – Beyond the Obvious Ones

If you've visited this site hoping to find out if Vladimir Guerrero Jr will continue to be one of the top prospects in baseball, or if Bo Bichette will continue to hit everything in sight, or if Nate Pearson will continue to dominate with a fastball in the upper 90s, let me save you some … Continue reading Top Blue Jays Prospect Story Lines for 2018 – Beyond the Obvious Ones

Blue Jays 2012 Draft Recap

It takes, on average, 4-5 years to develop a Major Leaguer.  Some, of course, race through the minors and beat that timeline by a considerable margin, while others need longer to figure things out.  Because of that, I like to wait five years before evaluating an MLB team's draft results. When Alex Anthopoulos took over … Continue reading Blue Jays 2012 Draft Recap