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Jimmy Robbins Back After Tommy John Surgery

April 28, 2022

Jimmy Robbins Back After Tommy John Surgery

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Left-handed pitcher Jimmy Robbins is back on the mound after a successful Tommy John surgery and recovery. Robbins, who hasn’t pitched in a game since 2019 got into a game for Low-A Dunedin on April 22nd and pitched three innings, striking out four. But for...

Harry Rutkowski Finding Success with Two Arm Slots

January 5, 2022

Harry Rutkowski Finding Success with Two Arm Slots

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Photo credit: Rutgers University Left-handed pitcher Harry Rutkowski is preparing for a bigger workload in pro ball in 2022. Getting a brief taste of the experience last summer, Rutkowski logged 22 1/3 innings for the Low-A Dunedin Blue Jays. Rutkowski impressed...

Trenton Wallace Transitioning Well to Pro Ball

November 8, 2021

Trenton Wallace Transitioning Well to Pro Ball

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Photo credit: Iowa Baseball Left-handed pitcher Trenton Wallace has found the transition from college baseball to pro ball a smooth one so far. Wallace, who joined the Toronto Blue Jays’ organization this past summer as the teams 11th round pick out of Iowa...

Mack Mueller Working Hard in Dunedin

June 21, 2021

Mack Mueller Working Hard in Dunedin

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Photo credit: Baylor University Athletics Prospect Mack Mueller has been a valuable piece of the low-A Dunedin Blue Jays roster this season. Mueller, who has the ability to play either first base or right field says he enjoys both positions. “I don’t...

Zac Cook Making Adjustments in Pro Ball

June 16, 2021

Zac Cook Making Adjustments in Pro Ball

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Photo credit: UTA Athletics Prospect Zac Cook has been making adjustments in pro ball. In fact, Cook has made a few tweaks to his plate approach this season with the low-A Dunedin Blue Jays for better results against professional pitching moving forward....

RHP Jackson Rees Working Hard on the Mound

June 25, 2019

RHP Jackson Rees Working Hard on the Mound

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  Right-handed pitcher Jackson Rees is on the fast track to an increased workload at higher levels. Rees, who has already pitched 33 1/3 innings between Lansing and Dunedin in 2019; has been completely dominant at both levels. With a WHIP of 0.75, a K/9...