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

Interview with Toronto Blue Jays 2012 Draftee, Canadian Ryan Kellogg

June 15, 2012

Interview with Toronto Blue Jays 2012 Draftee, Canadian Ryan Kellogg

By

What does it feel like to be drafted? “It is very exciting to be drafted by the team that basically plays in my backyard,” said Canadian Ryan Kellogg who was drafted in the 12th round of this year’s MLB Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays. “The stadium is only 45...

Interview with Toronto Blue Jays 2012 draftee, Grant Heyman

June 9, 2012

Interview with Toronto Blue Jays 2012 draftee, Grant Heyman

By

When Grant Heyman was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 11th round (355th overall) in this year’s MLB Draft, fans were immediately told that Heyman was a 6’4” 200lb left-handed outfielder from Pittsford Sutherland High School. Wanting more information...

Piggybacking in Lansing: Aaron Sanchez and Justin Nicolino

By

Piggyback rotations are a great way for minor league teams to juggle a large rotation of starting pitchers. Piggybacking is a term used to describe when two pitchers sharing a start; one pitcher starts the game and the second pitcher comes in the middle. The Blue...

Interview with Catcher, Chris Schaeffer

April 22, 2012

Interview with Catcher, Chris Schaeffer

By

Chris Schaeffer is entering his second season with the Toronto Blue Jays organization. A fellow resident of Port St. Lucie, Florida, Schaeffer now finds himself in Dunedin undergoing extended Spring Training. Schaeffer sat down with JaysProspects to talk about...

140 Characters with… Justin Nicolino

November 3, 2011

140 Characters with… Justin Nicolino

By

With baseball officially in the off-season, thoughts now turn towards the prospects, and specifically, where they will rank on their teams’ “Top 30″ list.   Justin Nicolino made a strong case in 2011 to be at the top of the deep starting...