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

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.

Sanchez Ready to Leave 2013 Season Behind

March 31, 2014

Sanchez Ready to Leave 2013 Season Behind

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With all eyes on him, No. 1 prospect Aaron Sanchez was limited to just 86 innings last season. In Part 2 of our series, the right-hander talks about the adversity he was forced to deal with in 2013.

Untouchable Aaron Sanchez: Always Improving

March 30, 2014

Untouchable Aaron Sanchez: Always Improving

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After two blockbuster trades prior to the 2013 season, Aaron Sanchez became the Blue Jays’ top prospect. We caught up with him to talk about the trades, being untouchable, and the command issues that he’s long been criticized for.

Gustavo Pierre Finds Success and Improvement in 2013

October 8, 2013

Gustavo Pierre Finds Success and Improvement in 2013

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    Improvement is a key aspect for minor leaguers and no player has improved more in Lansing than that of third baseman Gustavo Pierre. Pierre, who was slated by Lugnuts Manager John Tamargo Jr. as a player to watch in 2013, thoroughly impressed...

Daniel Norris Finds Improvement in 2013

September 22, 2013

Daniel Norris Finds Improvement in 2013

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One of the most impressive stories of the Blue Jays 2013 minor league season was the emergence of left-handed pitcher Daniel Norris. Beginning the season with the Midwest League’s Lansing Lugnuts’, the young southpaw had a slow first month, but that quickly...