The week (May 21-28) that was in the Blue Jays minor league system. WHO’s HOT LINES OF THE WEEK Saturday, May 21st Buffalo nearly let 6 no-hit innings by Thomas Hatch go to waste. Hatch commanded his FB to all four quadrants of the strike zone, and while he gave up some flyball outs, there … Continue reading Blue Jays Minor League Notebook
MiLB.com photo Welcome to the Ricky Tiedemann update, a weekly look around the Blue Jays system. Buffalo: 14-10, 1st IL East New Hampshire 10-11, 3rd EL Northeast Vancouver 10-9, 2nd NWL Dunedin. 7-14, 6th FSL West WHO’s HOT. …..over the past seven days End of April Leaders Pitching stats among qualifiers. PLAYERS OF THE MONTH … Continue reading Notes and Thoughts…..
Baseball fans in the Lower Mainland are gearing up for the return of baseball to Nat Bailey Stadium for the first time since 2019. They should have a decent starting pitching staff to cheer for. Dunedin may have posted the second-worst team ERA in the Low A Southeast last season, but the core of their … Continue reading Projecting the Rotations: Vancouver
MiLB.com photo His season didn’t get underway until June, and he was limited to 16 starts, but a pair of seven inning no-hitters and a second half in which he was all but unhittable have landed Trent Palmer, the Blue Jays 3rd round pick in 2020, the MiLB PioY Award from this corner. The 6’1/230 … Continue reading Blue Jays Minor League Pitcher of the Year: Trent Palmer
Joe Territo/milb.com With Nate Pearson and Alek Manoah graduating to the majors this season, competition among starting pitches in the Blue Jays organization was wide open. The quality perhaps drops off after those two fireballers, but Toronto is building some impressive depth at this position just the same. LHP Zach Logue The knock against Logue … Continue reading Blue Jays Organizational All Stars: Starting Pitchers
Photo by Matthis Villars on Pexels.com AAA Syracuse 6 Buffalo 4 Starter Anthony Kay struggled with his command, yet his teammates bailed him out in the early innings, but the Buffalo offence went cold over the second half of the game and the Bisons dropped a decision to the Mets. Kay fanned 6 over 3.1 … Continue reading Down on the Farm: 6/2