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

Jimmy Cordero Working on Command

September 22, 2014

Jimmy Cordero Working on Command

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Baseball fanatics love the art of pitching. They revel in watching pitchers mix up looks and speeds as pitchers paint the corners of the plate like an artist making the final brushstroke on their masterpiece. One aspect most baseball fans agree on is they crave...

First Full Season a Success for 3B Mitch Nay

September 11, 2014

First Full Season a Success for 3B Mitch Nay

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The 2014 season marked the first full season for Toronto Blue Jays third base prospect Mitch Nay. Many young baseball players look forward to the opportunity of playing a full 140-game minor league season, but the opportunity can also be nerve-wracking with the...

Miguel Castro Rises Through Jays Organization

September 10, 2014

Miguel Castro Rises Through Jays Organization

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Every season presents a new opportunity for minor leaguers to showcase their skills as they work their way up the ladder. Nobody knows that better than right-handed pitcher Miguel Castro, who went from being in extended spring training to high-A this past season....

2014 Lansing Lugnuts Season Recap

September 2, 2014

2014 Lansing Lugnuts Season Recap

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The Lansing Lugnuts wrapped up their season on September 1st with a 5-4 rain-shortened loss to the South Bend Silver Hawks. The Blue Jays low-A affiliate finished the second half with a 30-40 record (62-77 overall) and three games out of the final Midwest League...

Anthony Alford: Two Sports, No Problem

August 11, 2014

Anthony Alford: Two Sports, No Problem

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Playing professional baseball can be a tough task with all the responsibilities that athletes undertake on a daily basis. Now, imagine mixing that busy schedule with college classes and football. Sounds tough, right? Well that’s business as usual for Blue Jays...