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Lansing (A)

Scott Silverstein Polishes Skills In New Role

Posted by on January 18, 2015

Entering professional baseball is both exciting and nerve-wracking, because it presents a great opportunity filled with many unknowns. Players have no idea how far their journeys...

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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)

Daniel Norris Settling In With Fisher Cats

Posted by on July 30, 2014

After he produced some very solid numbers with the Dunedin Blue Jays, everybody thought that Daniel Norris would fit in just fine in the New Hampshire Fisher Cats rotation. Perhaps the 21-year-old left-handed product is just shaking off the jitters as he makes the transition to Double-A baseball.

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2014 MLB Draft

Conor Fisk Preparing For 1st Full Season

Posted by on February 18, 2015

Helping amateur players reach their goal of playing professional baseball is the number one focus of the major league draft. While the process is exciting for players and their...

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Conor Fisk Preparing For 1st Full Season

February 18, 2015

Conor Fisk Preparing For 1st Full Season

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Helping amateur players reach their goal of playing professional baseball is the number one focus of the major league draft. While the process is exciting for players and their families, the results can be surprising, with some players getting selected by...

Scott Silverstein Polishes Skills In New Role

January 18, 2015

Scott Silverstein Polishes Skills In New Role

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Entering professional baseball is both exciting and nerve-wracking, because it presents a great opportunity filled with many unknowns. Players have no idea how far their journeys will carry them or what roles they will have to fill along the way. Such was the...

Ryan McBroom Pushes Forward

January 7, 2015

Ryan McBroom Pushes Forward

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One of the stars of the 2014 Vancouver Canadians’ campaign was first base prospect Ryan McBroom. The 2014 15th round draft pick was relatively unheralded when selected out of West Virginia University, but it didn’t take long before his name became well known...

Alonzo Gonzalez Found Relief in the Bullpen

December 24, 2014

Alonzo Gonzalez Found Relief in the Bullpen

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Finding your own identity as a professional baseball player can be tough, but it’s a critical aspect for continued success at higher levels. For Lansing Lugnuts left-handed pitcher Alonzo Gonzalez 2014 was just that, a year where he found his identity. The...

Chase Wellbrock Exceeded Expectations

December 6, 2014

Chase Wellbrock Exceeded Expectations

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The Toronto Blue Jays put together arguably the best draft of all MLB franchises in 2014. After picking up more well-known names such as Max Pentecost, Jeff Hoffman, and Sean Reid-Foley, the Blue Jays selected RHP Chase Wellbrock from the University of Houston in...