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

Starlyn Suriel Improving with Better Command

April 25, 2015

Starlyn Suriel Improving with Better Command

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A name that drew intrigue in the Blue Jays minor league system last season was that of right-handed pitcher Starlyn Suriel. Many fans were curious about a guy that could skip over rookie-ball to go straight to low-A baseball in his first professional season and...

Andrew Case Excellent Out of the Bullpen

April 13, 2015

Andrew Case Excellent Out of the Bullpen

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The popularity of baseball in Canada has continued to rise in recent years. This increased love for the sport has led to more players competing and better development opportunities throughout the country and it’s starting to show throughout minor league baseball...

Ian Parmley Using His Speed to His Advantage

April 2, 2015

Ian Parmley Using His Speed to His Advantage

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An important area for young baseball players to understand is their game and exactly what they have to do to reach their full potential in professional baseball. Thus is the case for Blue Jays outfield prospect Ian Parmley, who completed his third season in the...

Seth Conner Looking to Rebound in 2015

April 1, 2015

Seth Conner Looking to Rebound in 2015

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With the season opener around the corner, players are putting the finishing touches on their routines as they prepare for the season to begin. While some players are looking to pick up where they left off the previous season, others are looking to get a fresh...

Matt Dean Getting Acclimated at First Base

March 31, 2015

Matt Dean Getting Acclimated at First Base

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Players always think they know how their careers will unfold when they’re entering professional baseball. While some are not far off, most are thrown a few curveballs along the way. Such is the case for Matt Dean who began his professional career at third base...