Blue Jays Last 10 Prospect Hot Sheet

These are the top performers in the Blue Jays minor league system over the past ten days. 1.  Grffin Conine, Vancouver OF The 2nd round pick in June's draft needed a short period to acclimate to pro ball, and he's been on a tear ever since.  Conine blasted 3 Home Runs over the past 10, … Continue reading Blue Jays Last 10 Prospect Hot Sheet

Blue Jays Last Ten Hot Sheet

Ok, if you're scoring at home, it's been a little more than ten days since the last post. This is not a ranking of the Blue Jays Top 10 prospects - it's a snapshot of who the top performers have been. 1.  Ryan Noda, Lansing Noda tops the charts for the second straight time.  This … Continue reading Blue Jays Last Ten Hot Sheet

A Look at the Bluefield Blue Jays

The Bluefield Jays of the Appalachian League start play tonight. The Jays have been a Toronto affiliate since 2011.  Even though it's near the bottom of the minor league ladder, playing in Bluefield is a big jump from the complex leagues.  For many players, particularly high schoolers, it's their first extended experience with travel, and … Continue reading A Look at the Bluefield Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Pitching Prospects

It may be only early June, but we're rapidly reaching the half way point in the minor league baseball season.  Players have had their ups and downs, which is to be expected, because the minors are one big learning process.  No other sport has a developmental system as elaborate as baseball's, and it's inevitable that … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Pitching Prospects

The State of the Blue Jays Farm System

There were some ups and downs last year, but the Blue Jays farm system continues to be one on the rise. The amateur scouting department has added some top-flight talent in the past several drafts, the international scouts continue to come up with top prospects, and the high performance staff is expanding its reach throughout … Continue reading The State of the Blue Jays Farm System

Where Will the Top Prospects Play?

Thanks to the excellent resources that are available (beyond this one, of course), many Blue Jays fans are now keeping closer tabs on the team's minor league players. For someone who loves the minors just as much as the majors, that's great. There are many ways to keep track of your favourite minor league prospects.  … Continue reading Where Will the Top Prospects Play?

Who’s the Next Blue Jays Top 100 Prospect?

After some lean years in terms of elite prospects, these are heady times for Blue Jays fans. Vladimir Guerrero Jr (4th), Bo Bichette (19th), and Anthony Alford (58th) cracked Baseball Prospectus' Top 101 list earlier today , and just a few hours ago, Fangraphs released their Top 100,  with Guerrero 3rd, Bichette 9th, Alford 36th, Danny Jansen … Continue reading Who’s the Next Blue Jays Top 100 Prospect?

BA Releases Blue Jays Top 10

Baseball America published their Top 10 Blue Jays prospects today, and the results are similar to many other versions, including FBJ's. There were some minor variations - BA included Lourdes Gurriel and Danny Jansen, but left Conner Greene, Sean Reid-Foley, and T.J. Zeuch off of their Top 10. The detailed reports are behind BA's paywall, and … Continue reading BA Releases Blue Jays Top 10