Toronto Blue Jays Farm System Report 2015

Toronto Blue Jays Farm System Report

Rank #15 heading into the 2015 season
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Toronto Blue Jays Farm System Report

The Blue Jays system has two first round picks last year and made the most of their selections. Jeff Hoffman as pick #9 and is working his way back from Tommy John surgery. Assuming he comes back to form, he’s a top-five pitcher with a very high ceiling. Catcher Max Pentecost was the best all-around catcher in the draft and excelled (albeit in a short time period) when he signed. Posting a .324 average with 12RBI in just 25 games. Toronto’s draft philosophy has been to select guys with high ceilings.

Selecting Sean Reid-Foley is a prime example of that. High strike out potential, plus pitches but needs refining. Aaron Sanchez tends to be the most compelling of the prospects. His mechanics have been called into question multiple times. He pitched in the bigs a little bit last season working out of the ‘pen.

Daniel Norris is their #1 prospect as he zoomed through the system last year eventually making his big league debut. He has a chance to break camp as a member of their rotation. If not, he’s headed to AAA and will be summoned quickly when injuries strike.
For the Bluejays they have a ton of athletes and guys who have huge upside however most of which are in the lower levels.