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

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...

Gunnar Heidt Developing Well at Third Base

March 14, 2016

Gunnar Heidt Developing Well at Third Base

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Making adjustments is a big part of baseball. With players consistency changing their approaches to certain pitchers and occasionally switching positions as well. Players have to report to the stadium every day with an open mind as they might be asked to try...

Lane Thomas Looking to Rebound

March 11, 2016

Lane Thomas Looking to Rebound

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There’s nothing more frustrating to an athlete than a nagging injury that hampers their play for an extended period of time. But unfortunately these things happen on occasion and players have to find a way to persevere through them before being able to compete...