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

Josh Almonte Piecing it Together

January 31, 2016

Josh Almonte Piecing it Together

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Every minor league system has sleeper prospects. A player who has the potential to make it to the big leagues, but despite their ability many fans overlook them. The reasons for this vary between players. Some are just late bloomers, while others have been in a...

Colton Turner Healthy Once Again

January 22, 2016

Colton Turner Healthy Once Again

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Finding consistency in baseball after a long absence from the game can present a real challenge for a young player. With players usually following a strict daily routine any changes in their schedule can throw off what they’re trying to accomplish every day....

Gabe Noyalis expects to stand out for Blue Jays

January 12, 2016

Gabe Noyalis expects to stand out for Blue Jays

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Last month the Toronto Blue Jays addressed their pitching need at the minor league level by signing seven arms to deals. While names like Brad Penny, Wade LeBlanc, and Pat McCoy highlighted these signings. There’s another intriguing guy in this group in...

Rule 5 pick Joe Biagini wishes for success with Blue Jays

December 16, 2015

Rule 5 pick Joe Biagini wishes for success with Blue Jays

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Many felt the Toronto Blue Jays would address their pitching need during the Winter Meetings last week. With a lot of great pitchers being snatched up quickly through the free agent market, a lot of people thought the Jays would address their bullpen need during...

Conor Fisk Prepared for a Bigger Opportunity

December 6, 2015

Conor Fisk Prepared for a Bigger Opportunity

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Playing a full season of professional baseball is a major milestone for minor leaguers. After grinding through amateur baseball and short season teams, the opportunity to play from April to September is a landmark moment that helps prospects see how they stack up...