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Hunter Steinmetz Leaves it All on the Field

June 13, 2018

Hunter Steinmetz Leaves it All on the Field

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  Outfielder Hunter Steinmetz strives off facing the best of the best. With this in mind, there’s no question why the 11th round pick is ready to begin his pro career. “I am looking forward to playing against the best every day in pro...

Grant Townsend Ready to Compete in Blue Jays System

June 8, 2018

Grant Townsend Ready to Compete in Blue Jays System

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  Right-handed pitcher Grant Townsend had a great season as a relief pitcher for Oral Roberts University in 2018 leading him to a 34th round selection by the Blue Jays. Townsend, who racked up 50 K’s in 32 2/3 innings pitched; is in good position to...

Yennsy Diaz Putting Up Big Numbers in Lansing

May 10, 2018

Yennsy Diaz Putting Up Big Numbers in Lansing

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  Right-handed pitcher Yennsy Diaz is putting up big numbers in his second season with the Lansing Lugnuts. Currently ranked third in the Midwest League with a 0.88 WHIP; Diaz has been tough on opposing hitters all season, as they’re only managing an...

Bradley Jones Enjoying Utility Role

April 9, 2018

Bradley Jones Enjoying Utility Role

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  Infielder Bradley Jones is a prospect worth keeping an eye on. Jones, who has the ability to play first, second, or third base any given night, takes pride in his versatility. “I love being able to play three different positions,” explained...

Kirby Snead Solid Out of the Bullpen

February 6, 2018

Kirby Snead Solid Out of the Bullpen

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  Left-handed pitcher Kirby Snead solidified his role in 2017. Snead, who performs primarily as a lefty specialist out of the bullpen excelled in his 55 1/3 innings pitched, between Lansing and Dunedin last season. Finishing his year with an impressive 1.21...

Chavez Young Enjoying Leadoff Role

January 4, 2018

Chavez Young Enjoying Leadoff Role

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  Outfielder Chavez Young found success as a leadoff hitter last season. Finishing 2017 with a solid .283/.336/.445 slash line in 265 at-bats between Bluefield and Vancouver was an excellent way to handle his role. Factor that in with his 75 hits, 13 walks,...