Projecting the Rotations: New Hampshire

Now we’re talkin’..... The Blue Jays have a strong contingent of pitchers in the upper minors, and it will probably begin to manifest itself with AA New Hampshire’s rotation. Alex Manoah RHP. The 2019 1st rounder impressed in his cameo at the alt site late last summer, and should pick up where he left off … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: New Hampshire


FBJ Scouting Notes: Groshans, Kirk, Murray

Disclaimer:   I am not a scout, but I'm more than willing to play one on tv.  I do talk to many people around minor league baseball about a variety of things, mostly player development.  The following are the observations of a pair of eyes that have been around for a long time. I journeyed to … Continue reading FBJ Scouting Notes: Groshans, Kirk, Murray

A Look at the Lugnuts

A cursory glance at the Blue Jays Low A Midwest League affiliate reveals a top prospect name or two, and a pitching rotation that looks good in the top half, but has some pretty serious question marks after that. Topping the list of high-profile prospects for Manager Dallas McPherson, who moves up from Vancouver after … Continue reading A Look at the Lugnuts

Five Prospects to Keep an Eye on in 2019

As 2018 slowly winds its way down, it's a good time to look at players who put up solid numbers last year, but have been overlooked somewhat in the overall Blue Jays prospect picture. Ryan Noda What he did:   Noda led the minor leagues in walks with 109 last year, as did his .421 OBP.  … Continue reading Five Prospects to Keep an Eye on in 2019

Blue Jays Last Ten Prospect Hot Sheet

This is another in a series of posts about the hottest prospects in the Blue Jays system over the past ten days (or so).  It's not a re-ranking of the top Blue Jays prospects - that will come out after the minor league season. 1.  Cal Stevenson, OF Bluefield. The 10th round pick from Arizona … Continue reading Blue Jays Last Ten Prospect Hot Sheet