Blue Jays Last 10 Prospect Hot Sheet

Hey, folks - time to see who the hottest 5 players were in the Blue Jays farm system over the past week and a half.  This does not necessarily replace the usual Top 10 rankings. 1.  Sean Reid-Foley, RHP, Buffalo Once an enigma wrapped in a riddle shrouded in mystery, Reid-Foley has had a serious … Continue reading Blue Jays Last 10 Prospect Hot Sheet

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

Romano Continues to Impress as a Starter

Jordan Romano has come a long way for a guy who started out as a reliever, and whom some feel would be best suited to that role. The Markham, ON native was drafted in the 10th round of the 2014 draft after serving as Oral Roberts' closer.  He began his career in the Blue Jays … Continue reading Romano Continues to Impress as a Starter

Notes From Around the System

It may be hard to believe that we're less than Russ Martin's Number away from Opening Day, but it's coming like a freight train through the dead of winter, which is what those of us in Southern Ontario are in the midst of right now.  However, having spent a week in the frozen historical and … Continue reading Notes From Around the System

Toronto Blue Jays Minor League System Top 10 Moments of 2017

It was a memorable season for a guy who follows the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system.  Three of the four short season teams made the post season, as did one full season team, bringing home a championship and a co-championship to the organization.  I had a first-hand look at Vladimir Guerrero Jr and Bo … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Minor League System Top 10 Moments of 2017

Who Do The Blue Jays Risk Losing in the Rule 5 Draft?

Baseball's Rule 5 draft takes place this Thursday, as the annual winter meetings draw to a close. The Blue Jays have been participants in the past two Rule 5s, striking paydirt with Joe Biagini two years ago, but whiffing on Glenn Sparkman last year. It's impossible to predict who the Blue Jays might be considering, … Continue reading Who Do The Blue Jays Risk Losing in the Rule 5 Draft?

Blue Jays Add Prospects at 40-Man Deadline

The Blue Jays added 5 prospects to their 40 man roster today to prevent the possibility of losing them at next month's Rule 5 draft. Catchers Reese McGuire and Danny Jansen, 1B Rowdy Tellez, and Pitchers Thomas Pannone and Conner Greene were added.  Left unprotect included C/1B/DH Max Pentecost, OF Jonathan Davis, and Ps Andrew … Continue reading Blue Jays Add Prospects at 40-Man Deadline

Blue Jays Make Moves in Advance of the 40-man Deadline

The Blue Jays made some roster moves ahead of next Saturday's deadline to set 40-man rosters before December's Rule 5 draft. Pitchers Leonel Campos, Luis Santos, and Taylor Cole, along with C Raffy Lopez, were outrighted, taking the roster down to 35.  RHP Taylor Guerrieri was claimed after being left off of Tampa's roster, bringing … Continue reading Blue Jays Make Moves in Advance of the 40-man Deadline

Blue Jays Face Decisions Ahead of Rule 5 Draft

The Blue Jays have some heavy thinking to do as they prepare to finalize their 40-man roster later this month in advance of next month's Rule 5 draft. Senior executives and scouts from the organization converged on Toronto last week for meetings to plot the club's future, with the deadline for finalizing their 40 man … Continue reading Blue Jays Face Decisions Ahead of Rule 5 Draft