Fernando Rodney pitches against Toronto at Safeco Field last July 25. The 38 year-old Dominican split last season with Seattle and the Chicago Cubs.
Case-y at the Bat! Andrew Case with fellow reliever Michael Kraft during the September 6 pre-game warmup against Everett at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Andrew Guillotte heads to the dugout after scoring the first run of the game against Everett September 5. Everett starter Jacob Brentz and Juan Kelly both look on.
This sweater had to be the hottest item on the Blue Jays Christmas shopping list! (Image from Vice.com)
Lefty Evan Smith got the start and spun two scoreless frames of two-hit ball with one strikeout.
Andrew Guillotte rounds first base after ripping a single to left field on the first pitch of the game.
Baseball America released their top ten Blue Jay prospects today. Here is the list:
1. Anthony Alford, of 2. Conner Greene, rhp 3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., of/3b 4. Richard Urena, ss 5. Sean Reid-Foley, rhp 6. Jon Harris, rhp 7. Rowdy Tellez, 1b 8. Max Pentecost, c 9. Justin Maese, rhp 10. D.J. Davis, of
Joe Biagini hopes to become a teammate of Roberto Osuna in Toronto when 2016 rolls around. The two pitched against each other at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver on August 2, 2012.
Ross Atkins was Cleveland's vice-president of player personnel in 2015. (Image from Ohio.com)
Welcome to the top of the house, the number one through ten prospects, although maybe a little less lofty than in the last couple of years. In case you missed it number 11 through 20 are here, and number 21 to 30 are here.
We hope you enjoyed this top 30 and the hope it brings to the future of the Blue Jays organization.