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LHP Kyle Huckaby Working on New Pitches

April 19, 2020

LHP Kyle Huckaby Working on New Pitches

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  Left-handed pitcher Kyle Huckaby is working hard on new pitches for more options on the mound in 2020. Currently using a two pitch mix of a 4-seam fastball and a big slurve, Huckaby has added to his repertoire this off-season. “Going into year two...

Brett Wright Looking for Consistency

December 16, 2019

Brett Wright Looking for Consistency

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  Prospect Brett Wright will be looking for a bigger opportunity in 2020. Wright, who spent his past two seasons with the short-season Vancouver Canadians; hopes to join a full season affiliate next April. His versatility will fit in well with a full season...

Tanner Kirwer Using his Speed to his Advantage

September 26, 2019

Tanner Kirwer Using his Speed to his Advantage

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  Outfielder Tanner Kirwer had a big year on the basepaths for the low-A Lansing Lugnuts. Kirwer, who successfully stole 20 bases in just 22 attempts in 2019 is proud of his base swiping ability. “The speed side of the game is definitely one of the...

Jake Brodt Making Adjustments in Pro Ball

September 22, 2019

Jake Brodt Making Adjustments in Pro Ball

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  First baseman Jake Brodt has made some slight adjustments to his game since turning pro in 2018. And those adjustments are paying off for Brodt as the prospect had a memorable season with low-A Lansing in 2019. Brodt’s memorable year included: an...

RHP Grant Townsend Working Hard on the Mound

September 16, 2019

RHP Grant Townsend Working Hard on the Mound

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  Right-handed pitcher Grant Townsend completed his first full season of professional baseball in 2019. Townsend, who was a Blue Jays’ draftee in 2018 took in all the scenes of pro ball this season. His scenes in 2019 – included spring training,...

Trevor Schwecke is Versatile in the Field

August 13, 2019

Trevor Schwecke is Versatile in the Field

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  Infielder Trevor Schwecke has transitioned nicely to pro ball, as the versatile prospect has found success in both phases of the game with the short-season Vancouver Canadians. And for Schwecke that isn’t surprising, as the infielder has kept his...