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Blue Jays Organization Report

Larry Millson -Premium Content

Lefthander Ricky Romero, the first pitcher taken in the 2005 draft, got a lot done in a limited time during his first full professional season last year. He went 2-3, 2.75 in the final month of the season to put a better spin on his 2-7, 5.08 numbers in 67 innings at Double-A New Hampshire. Now he appears on track to take a shot at the major league rotation by 2008.

Majors | #2007#Organization Reports#Toronto Blue Jays

Blue Jays Organization Report

Larry Millson -Premium Content

This was a different kind of Rule 5 pick than the ones that longtime Blue Jays fans remember. The organization had a nice little run with their Rule 5 picks in the 1980s with players like Willie Upshaw, George Bell, Jim Acker, Jim Gott, Kelly Gruber and Manny Lee. Those guys were drafted as young players with potential who became regulars down the line. But in the latest draft at the Winter Meetings, the Blue Jays took an older utility infielder in Jason Smith, 29, from the Cubs.

Majors | #2006#Organization Reports#Toronto Blue Jays