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

Rowdy Tellez Puts Power on Display

November 23, 2014

Rowdy Tellez Puts Power on Display

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Every June, MLB holds their annual draft, where all 30 teams are given the opportunity to select amateur players and fill them within their organizations as needed. In 2013, California-native 1B Rowdy Tellez was drafted in the 30th round by the Toronto Blue Jays....

Jairo Labourt Rebounds in Vancouver

October 6, 2014

Jairo Labourt Rebounds in Vancouver

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The Vancouver Canadians continued their Northwest League dominance in 2014 by reaching the league championship series for the fourth consecutive season. This edition of the Canadians featured a lot of talented young prospects that were anchored by an excellent...

Colton Turner Strong in Vancouver —Inspired By Goldschmidt’s Success

March 26, 2014

Colton Turner Strong in Vancouver —
Inspired By Goldschmidt’s Success

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A 21st round pick by the Blue Jays in 2012, left-hander Colton Turner was both a starter for Vancouver and a reliever for Lansing this past season.

After a Successful 2013 season, 2B Christian Lopes Focuses on 2014

January 14, 2014

After a Successful 2013 season, 2B Christian Lopes Focuses on 2014

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In 2013, the Lansing Lugnuts’ were excited to have second base prospect Christian Lopes on their roster. The Blue Jays 12th highest ranked prospect by MLB.com didn’t disappoint as he was a force at the plate as well as the field every game. Selected in the 7th...

Seth Conner Finds Success Behind the Plate in 2013

January 6, 2014

Seth Conner Finds Success Behind the Plate in 2013

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This past September, the Vancouver Canadians capped off their season by winning their third straight Northwest League Championship. It was a special moment for all the players involved. Especially to C’s catcher Seth Conner who enjoyed the seemingly unbelievable...

Chuck Ghysels Succeeding in C’s Bullpen

August 5, 2013

Chuck Ghysels Succeeding in C’s Bullpen

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Not many baseball players pitch for four different colleges before signing a pro contract, but that’s exactly what Blue Jays minor leaguer Chuck Ghysels did.