Blue Jays Get Bad News About Pannone, Maese

Blue Jays fans received bad news about Pitching prospects Thomas Pannone and Justin Maese yesterday. Southpaw Pannone, acquired in the Joe Smith deal with Cleveland last July, was handed an 80-game suspension for a positive PED test, while Maese, who missed half of last season with shoulder issues, underwent shoulder surgery this week, and is … Continue reading Blue Jays Get Bad News About Pannone, Maese

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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 Breakout Pitching Prospect Candidates

Trying to determine which Pitching prospects in the organization might have a breakout season in 2018 is more difficult than it is for position players. This administration has proven that they're not afraid of promoting relievers to multiple levels over the course of the season, but with pitch limits a factor, they're more conservative with … Continue reading Blue Jays Breakout Pitching Prospect Candidates

Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: The Fringe 5

Ranking prospects can be a little like trying to choose a team in just about any sport:  the top players clearly separate themselves from the pack, and are easy to identify.  Once you get down the list, the distinctions become less clear.  The difference, of course, is that all of these players can play.  The … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects: The Fringe 5