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Looking at the kids on the farm I got to thinking about what draft is the best for the Jays and how one would rate it? I'll do a few methods just for fun.
A weekend set against the Angels. A 7-10 team so hopefully the Jays keep them sub-500 this weekend by winning at least 1 of the 4 games.
The affiliates won just one of three Thursday. The Bisons were rained out.
Max Pentecost had the banner evening on the farm, while pitching prospects Francisco Rios and T.J. Zeuch had so-so outings.
The parent club is too depressing to watch so let's look at the Top 30 prospects in the Toronto Blue Jays system according to Baseball America.
Baseball America ranks 2016 first-round pick T.J. Zeuch
as the #8 prospect in the Blue Jays system.
The affiliates were 2-2 on Wednesday with two extra innings games. A couple of pitching prospects had their best starts of 2017, Conner Greene and Angel Perdomo both looked like what we hoped they would.
The affiliates dropped three out of four Tuesday.
Nowhere to go but up, right?
Two slugfests, one pitching duel. Two losses, one win.
There was only one game on Easter Sunday, a loss by Buffalo, so here are some notes from around the system.
Extra-inning heartbreak at two levels as a couple high-end prospects stay hot.
Sorry for the late series thread. I thought someone else on the roster was going to do it. DISCLAIMER
- It's not my fault if the Blue Jays crap the bed again this series!!
All of the affiliates won on Wednesday with Lansing also suffering a loss in a doubleheader. Standout performers include Gunnar Heidt who hit a three run home run for New Hampshire; Matt Dermody, who struck out all five hitters he faced; and Andy Ravel who pitched five shutout innings. DJ Davis also had a good day. Sean Reid-Foley was disappointing.
The affiliates went 0-for-3 Tuesday.
The Toronto Blue Jays begin their 2017 home schedule with their first interleague opponent of the season. Might as well, they've had little success against the American League so far.
Former Blue Jay Eric Thames
returns to Toronto where he began his major league career in 2011.
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