Blue Jays Minor League Notes and Thoughts

Rain and lots of it was the order of the end of the week at three levels of the system. Over the past seven days, the OPS leaders in the system: Top Hitters Top Pitching Performances April 12th Maximo Castillo. April 17th Maximo Castillo Those two performances, the first in New Hampshire’s home opener, secured … Continue reading Blue Jays Minor League Notes and Thoughts

Blue Jays Minor League Notes and Thoughts

Some notes and thoughts after the first weekend of play in the Blue Jays farm system. In the past, I’ve tried to post daily game summaries, and that’s just beyond the realities of the 24 hour day for me. This season, I’ll endeavour to have something up every Monday (Tuesday at the latest). Now THIS … Continue reading Blue Jays Minor League Notes and Thoughts

Projecting the Rotations: New Hampshire

The Fisher Cats’ early season rotation should be a mix of holdovers from last year, and promotions from Vancouver. Luis Quiñones, who made 8 AA starts after a promotion from Vancouver, and Nick Fraze, who made 4, should return. Quiñones is one of the truly underrated arms in the rotation, a guy who pairs a … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: New Hampshire

May Prospect Lines of the Month

The following players got off to good starts in May, and were among the leaders in the Blue Jays system. This is not a ranking of prospects, of course, although several top 10 guys showed why they’re in that stratosphere with a strong month. Hitters 1. Gabriel Moreno, New Hampshir What he hit: the organization’s … Continue reading May Prospect Lines of the Month