Wednesday Bantering: 4 Jays on the top 100 prospects in BA


Baseball American has released its list of the 100 best hopes, with the players in the draft this year. It is difficult to form a list where the players do not play. There are 4 Blue Jays on the list:

Lean: The workload of Pearson has been managed by alternating the departures of five and two sets before the 24 July, the date on which the restrictions have been lifted and he began to deepen the matches. It has launched at least five images to each departure after that date to close the season. Armed with a fastball that touches three digits, Pearson works with a slider and a change that has a positive trend and is also planning more. Pearson has the body and business to sit at the front of the rotation in Toronto in the near future.

Now, I’m not sure that it is fair to count someone before you sign it, but take it for granted that he will sign.

Lean: Martin was the talent n ° 2 in our ranking of the best hopes of the consolation bracket available, so it was pretty amazing to see it slide up to no. 5, where the Blue Jays were happy to take it. The Blue Jays have announced Martin as a shortstop, but he has a variety of results defensive potential. If he has to go to third base, it could provide an improvement in defensive in Vladimir Guerrero Jr., whose bat will play more than first base. It could also be integrated in the outfield, and he spent time on the central court at Vanderbilt and with the U.s. team. Regardless of his home, defensive, Martin instantly becomes the best hope of attacking the Jays and gives the system a punch fantastic 1-2 with fire right-handed Nate Pearson at the top of their system.

  • Jordan Groshans: 31
  • Simeon Woods Richardson: 67

The number one on the list is Wander Franco-Rays. The number is Luis Robert White Sox.

And there’s this:

I’m okay with it. Players will be tested all the time. They will enter into a hangar special to Pearson. I imagine that they will remain at the hotel at Rogers Center and did like to wander not in the city. If they are going to play, play in Toronto seems better than playing in Dunedin. And I live in Calgary, so if this poses a problem, I’m away (I’m kidding).

There is no way that I want it to Dunedin:

There is a little less than a million people in Pinellas county. It would be like if a thousand people per day were tested positive in Toronto.


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