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Like the parent club, the Herd waited until their last at-bat to put two runs on the board.
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This one worries me. The Blue Jays can expect to meet some people in a very bad mood.
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The Buffalo Bisons start their season this afternoon, at home. March baseball in Northern New York, yummy!

The Bisons are the only minor league affiliate in action this weekend so I will update this thread over the weekend with a summary.

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Likewise, the 162 game season begins with the first one.
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Well, time to finally get into the pitchers side of this. Wonder if any of these records (good or bad) will be broken in 2024?
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Until I start really paying attention.
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Time for a new spring training thread. A spring training that is about to get biz-zay. The Jays play 13 games in the next 11 days. There are split squad games on the next two Sundays.
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As we head towards a new season I thought it would be fun to see how good/bad it can get at each position and when we had that.
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Let's dig into some projection systems for this team as we near the end of winter. I figure it is about time as the team is unlikely to change much now. I figure this is the best way to cause a trade/free agent signing to happen. Putting this together now when all seems quiet.
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Three hundred comments? It's January!
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Sorry, couldn't resist the misleading title.
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Now that the top 30 is done, lets talk about some other guys in the system. We will start with the players who dropped off the 2023 list.
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On to the top 10.
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The middle 10 of our top 30 prospects is a real mix of players, from newly drafted pitchers to several players in AAA.
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Welcome to the Blue Jays top 30 list for another year. It was a quiet year on the farm which is not always a good thing. Among the prospects, just one member of last year's top 30 was traded, that being Sem Robberse. Just one graduated, Davis Schneider. That leaves 28 players from last year's list and 18 of them are repeating on this list, which leaves room for twelve new prospects. As usual, there is always significant debate around the names on this list. While most of the top 20 would be on every top 30 list, there are a host of candidates for the bottom part of the list. Some are hanging on based on draft positioning or hopes of finding again the spark that made them stand out a few years ago. Then, on the other hand, are those who have had a good year in the lower minors where there are questions regarding their ability to repeat that at higher levels. Speaking of looking at previous years performances....
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