A Blog of Toronto Blue Jays Prospects Interviews, Evaluations and News

Lansing (A)

Max Pentecost Healthy Once Again

Posted by on May 18, 2016

Getting cleared to play again after a long rehabilitation process can be the best news any athlete can receive after a major injury. While the time missed varies from player to...

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Buffalo (AAA)

Kevin Pillar: From Bluefield to Blue Jays

Posted by on August 16, 2013

By now, you’ve heard the underdog story of new Blue Jays left fielder Kevin Pillar. Taken by Toronto in the 32nd round of the 2011 Draft out of Division II Cal State...

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New Hampshire (AA)

Conner Greene Crushing Expectations

Posted by on November 8, 2015

One of the most impressive stories in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system this past season was the quick accession of right-handed pitcher Conner Greene. Initially slated to...

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2015 Draft

Ryan Hissey Stands Out As Solid Catcher

Posted by on May 3, 2016

Making the jump from amateur baseball to the professional game presents a learning curve as certain areas of the sport are handled differently at the pro ranks. While this change...

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Recent Posts

Max Pentecost Healthy Once Again

May 18, 2016

Max Pentecost Healthy Once Again

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Getting cleared to play again after a long rehabilitation process can be the best news any athlete can receive after a major injury. While the time missed varies from player to player nobody likes to be sidelined for an extended period of time. Facing this...

Francisco Rios Dominated in Midwest League

May 14, 2016

Francisco Rios Dominated in Midwest League

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Every season presents an opportunity for under-the-radar prospects to emerge and put their name on the map. Blue Jays supporters saw this last season with the impressive climb of right-handed pitcher Conner Greene. While the Greene story is well publicized, there...

Ryan Hissey Stands Out As Solid Catcher

May 3, 2016

Ryan Hissey Stands Out As Solid Catcher

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Making the jump from amateur baseball to the professional game presents a learning curve as certain areas of the sport are handled differently at the pro ranks. While this change might take some players a little time to master. It wasn’t a major concern for...

RHP Sean Reid-Foley Competing with Better Command

April 16, 2016

RHP Sean Reid-Foley Competing with Better Command

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One of the most intriguing stories in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league system this spring was the reassignment of Sean Reid-Foley to the Lansing Lugnuts. Regarded as the organization’s second best pitching prospect, it was surprising to see the highly touted...

RHP Jon Harris Expects To Find Consistency

April 7, 2016

RHP Jon Harris Expects To Find Consistency

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Making the jump from amateur baseball to the professional game can be one of the toughest transitions a young player can endure. These challenges do not discriminate based on skill level, often requiring even advanced players to make adjustments. Evan highly...