Blue Jays Name Three to Arizona Fall League

  With the minor league seasons winding down, the major leagues are beginning to ramp up the hype for the Arizona Fall League. The AFL has become an annual showcase of some of the best prospects that baseball has to offer and, as usual, the Toronto Blue Jays will be … Continue reading

August 26 Minor League Report/August 27 Preview

  The Blue Jays lost. Again. In extra innings. The 11th was ugly.     Buffalo Bisons 3, Pawtucket Red Sox 9   Daniel Norris hit his first speed bump in Triple-A, getting hit hard by the Pawtucket Red Sox and giving up six runs in four innings on eight … Continue reading

Rowdy Moves Up

  Heralded first baseman and Blue Jays’ prospect Rowdy Tellez arrived in Lansing for Thursday’s game with the press box all abuzz. The in-game entertainment staff were impressed that the Lugnuts had just received a player named “Rowdy;” media who didn’t follow the Jays’ prospects closely looked at his age … Continue reading

August 25 Minor League Report/August 26 Preview

  The Blue Jays lost. Again. This time they came back against the Red Sox but lost it in the 10th. But there’s some good news from the minor leagues!     Buffalo Bisons 2, Pawtucket Red Sox 6   The Bisons ran into a hot Matt Barnes and they … Continue reading

Who in the World is Starlyn Suriel? And Other Lugnuts Pitchers

  In mid-June of 2014, an unknown, 20-year-old Dominican right-hander took the mound for the Vancouver Canadians and threw a non-descript inning against the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. He gave up a hit and hit a batter but didn’t strike anyone out or walk a man.     Who would know that … Continue reading

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Written by blogger Jay Blue, Blue Jays from Away was started while he was living in Germany. Now back in Toronto, Jay is writing about all things Blue Jays, focusing on the Jays' minor league system.

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2014 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Handbook

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