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

Bobby Meacham’s Standards Craft Extraordinary Players

April 30, 2014

Bobby Meacham’s Standards Craft Extraordinary Players

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Avid baseball fans can spend hours and hours rambling on about player development across the game of Minor League Baseball. What makes an extraordinary player stand out? What are the qualities of a good ball player on and off the field? The New Hampshire Fisher...

Kevin Nolan Starts 2014 In His Home State

April 9, 2014

Kevin Nolan Starts 2014 In His Home State

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The 2014 Minor League Baseball season is underway, and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats opened up their season on the road Thursday night in Trenton, New Jersey. The 51 degree temperature in Trenton may have had some of the players  bundled in coats, vests, and...

Ybarra Poised For Big Year With Fisher Cats

April 2, 2014

Ybarra Poised For Big Year With Fisher Cats

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One of the last remaining products of the 2008 draft still in the Blue Jays organization, Ybarra is a left-handed reliever that’s seen an increase in his prospect stock in recent years. After putting himself on the map with Lansing in 2012, he racked up a 29-inning scoreless streak in Dunedin last year and is ready to dominate with New Hampshire.

Marcus Stroman: Missing Lots of Bats

June 15, 2013

Marcus Stroman: Missing Lots of Bats

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Outside of one hiccup, Marcus Stroman has been impressive so far in pro ball, and he’s missing a lot of bats. In his most recent start, all of his career-high eight strikeouts came swinging.

Sean Nolin Scouting Report: Blue Jays Call Up Lefty

May 24, 2013

Sean Nolin Scouting Report: Blue Jays Call Up Lefty

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After former teammates and other prospects were already congratulating him online, the Blue Jays officially announced last night that left-hander Sean Nolin, the club’s sixth round pick in 2010, would make his major league debut tonight at Rogers Centre...

Justin Jackson Talks About Converting to Pitching

January 22, 2013

Justin Jackson Talks About Converting to Pitching

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Justin Jackson was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays with the 45th overall pick in the 2007 MLB Draft out of Roberson High School. At the time, the young prospect played shortstop and was known for his bat, his speed, his defense and his plus arm. Now, after six...