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
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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….
Projecting the Rotations: Dunedin
Dunedin pitching coach Drew Hayes needed a spreadsheet to keep track of all of his pitchers last year. With the former High A Florida State League reincarnated as the Low A Southeast, there was a fairly continuous shuttle of arms from the minor league complex to TD Bank Ballpark, home of the Dunedin Blue Jays. … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: Dunedin
Who’s the Next Breakout Blue Jays Prospect?
February has given way to March, and while the possibility of the MLB brand of baseball still seems remote, the MiLB version is alive and well, and taking place at various locations across Florida and Arizona. The Blue Jays have limited access to their minor league complex this spring (which is somewhat understandable), so we … Continue reading Who’s the Next Breakout Blue Jays Prospect?