Bluefield Blue Jays 2014 Report, Part 3: Relief Pitchers
The Bluefield Blue Jays’ relief corps featured a lot of new faces to the Blue Jays organization and one who has been around a long time. Making the most appearances and leading the team in saves with eight was Dusty Isaacs, the Blue Jays’ 18th-round draft pick … Continue reading
Bluefield Blue Jays 2014 Report, Part 2: Starting Pitchers
It’s time to get to talking about the Bluefield Blue Jays starting staff. There were a couple of big names and many not so big ones but the Blue Jays’ more aggressive promotional strategy left the Bluefield Blue Jays in the lurch after several of their better starters were … Continue reading
Bluefield Blue Jays 2014 Report, Part 1: Blue Jays from Away Awards
Moving up the ladder, it’s time to talk about the Bluefield Blue Jays, Toronto’s Advanced-Rookie affiliate in the Appalachian League. Once again managed by Dennis Holmberg, the Bluefield Blue Jays fielded a decent team, finishing 33-35 over the course of the year but the talent level just … Continue reading
Jack Murphy, L.B. Dantzler and Christian Lopes Head Down Under
According to the Canberra Times, three Blue Jays farmhands are scheduled to be joining the Canberra Cavalry of the Australian Baseball League this winter: Jack Murphy, L.B. Dantzler and Christian Lopes. Murphy is already an Australian baseball legend after leading the Cavalry to the league title in … Continue reading
GCL Blue Jays 2014 Report, Part 4: Hitters
As we do with the hitters, we’ll go around the horn starting with the catchers of this team. 2014 draftee Matt Morgan led the club in games behind the plate with 34 but had an uninspiring beginning to his professional career. Jumping out is the big 42.1% … Continue reading
Welcome to Blue Jays from Away
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.
2014 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Handbook
Available on March 31, 2014, the 2014 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Handbook is the most in-depth guide to the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league system anywhere! You can get it for $7.99 (US) in e-book form at Smashwords.com, Amazon, Kobo, Apple iTunes and other online retailers.