Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects

Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects

Below are the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects.

Opening Day payrolls

(Major League contracts plus signing bonuses):
2014: $137,177,700
2013: $119,277,800
2012: $ 83,739,200

A Look Back… Last 5 Years Draft Picks

YearName/PositionSchool/HometownPick 2014Jeff Hoffman/RHPEast Carolina9

2014 Max Pentecost/C Kennesaw State University 11
2013 Phil Bickford/RHP Oaks Christian HS (Westlake Village, Calif.) 10
2012 D.J. Davis/OF Stone County (Miss.) High School 17
2012 Marcus Stroman/RHP Duke 22

2015 Blue Jays Top Prospects

1/25Daniel NorrisLHP Rookie Card: 2012 BowmanTop Position Prospect : LHP Rookie Card: 2010 BowmanRookie Card: 2014 BowmanTop Position Prospect : C Rookie Card: 2014 BowmanRookie Card: 2012 BowmanRookie Card: 2014 BowmanRookie Card: 2014 BowmanRookie Card: 2014 BowmanTop Position Prospect : 2B Rookie Card: 2015 BowmanRookie Card: 2014 Bowman

Rank/Overall Name Position
Norris is as a fast-rising prospect as they come. Flying up the system from High-A to Triple-A in just five months. Having refined his delivery, his late deception and ability to induce ground balls makes him a very impressive pitcher. Who just so happens to truly enjoy driving his van.
He has the makings of a #2 starter for the ‘Jays very quickly.
2/35 Aaron Sanchez RHP
Sanchez made his MLB debut last year and worked prominently out of the ‘pen. That decision gave him a ton of confidence and is expected to crack the rotation this year. His 94-97 fastball “jumps” on hitters and his power curve humiliates them. He profiles as a sure bet #3 for the Blue Jays.
3/85 Max Pentecost C
4/90 Jeff Hoffman RHP
5 Dalton Pompey OF
Rookie Card: 2014 Bowman
6 Mitch Nay 3B
7 Roberto Osuna RHP
8 Richard Urena SS
9 Devon Travis 2B
10 Miguel Castro RHP
Extra Sean Reid-Foley RHP