Irv Carter, the Blue Jays 5th round pick last July has ben brought along slowly by the organization. Carter made his pro debut in the Complex League this season, and was plodding along with an 8.31 ERA in 7 outings totalling 13 IP, when he threw a pair of five inning, shutout starts to begin … Continue reading Second Time Around Better for Carter
Month: August 2022
Robberse Has Decent AA Debut
MiLB.com RHP Sem Robberse had a reasonably good debut for New Hampshire tonight at Hartford’s wonderful Dunkin’ Donuts Park. If you take away a 3-run 2nd inning for the Yard Goats, highlighted by a bomb on a curveball Sem hung out over the plate, Robberse was pretty much in command for much of his 5 … Continue reading Robberse Has Decent AA Debut
Another Airlift of Promotions….
Today saw a flurry of moves made official in the middle to bottom tiers of the organization: RHP Sem Robberse - Vancouver to New Hampshire To be honest, I felt like this one was overdue, but given how Sem has pitched in June and July (4.76 ERA), I wasn’t so sure. Robberse spent time at … Continue reading Another Airlift of Promotions….
Tiedemann Sizzling in AA Debut
LHP Ricky Tiedemann showed no ill effects from a three week layoff in his first Eastern League start last night. Tiedemann, who last pitched in the Future Game, retired 7 of the first 9 hitters he faced - 5 via strikeout - in a pitch count monitored three inning stint. Tiedemann spent some of his … Continue reading Tiedemann Sizzling in AA Debut
Blue Jays Top 10 Follow-Up: Who’s Close
Due to popular demand, here is one guy’s look at players who just missed the Top Ten list yesterday. Tomorrow, I’ll look at some players who have fallen out of my Top 10, but for now, let’s start with the players trending up. These are players with plenty of upside and remaining projection, but haven’t … Continue reading Blue Jays Top 10 Follow-Up: Who’s Close