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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...

RHP Austin Havekost Healthy Once Again

August 6, 2019

RHP Austin Havekost Healthy Once Again

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  Right-handed pitcher Austin Havekost has been reliable on the mound since returning from Tommy John surgery two months ago. Averaging close to a strikeout an inning with 14 K’s in 14 2/3 innings pitched; between the GCL and Bluefield has been a great...

RHP Blake Sanderson Working Hard in the GCL

July 31, 2019

RHP Blake Sanderson Working Hard in the GCL

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  Right-handed pitcher Blake Sanderson has been strong so far for the GCL Blue Jays. Sanderson, who has pitched 13 innings so far in pro ball; has only allowed two earned runs, while racking up 16 K’s, and maintaining a 0.85 WHIP. His quick start...

Eric Rivera Hitting Well in Pro Ball

July 17, 2019

Eric Rivera Hitting Well in Pro Ball

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Outfielder Eric Rivera is finding success with his plate approach in pro ball with the Bluefield Blue Jays. Rivera, who has been patient in the box all season has 17 walks, 21 hits, and a .414 OBP. And, as expected his great numbers can be contributed to the...