Blue Jays Revitalize Minor League Coaching Staff
Toronto created new positions and tapped new talent pools to enhance player development.
Elvis Luciano Offers Rare Rule 5 Upside
The Blue Jays were positioned to gamble on the upside of 18-year-old Luciano in the Rule 5 draft.
Cavan Biggio Adapts Quickly To The Outfield
All teams value position flexibility, and Biggio signals that he is on board after starting games at five positions in 2018.
Jackson McClelland Discovers Key To Velocity
The Blue Jays face a 40-man roster decision on the reliever McClelland, who hit 101 mph at Double-A.
Patrick Murphy Turns A Corner
Murphy claimed Florida State League pitcher of the year honors after recovering from three lost seasons at the outset of his career.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Made Huge Strides In 2018
The teenage uber-prospect hit his way to Triple-A but still found time to improve his defense and athleticism.
Swing Adjustments Pay Off For Cavan Biggio
Biggio set out to increase his hard-hit percentage, but he unlocked a new swing that improved his power dramatically
Only A Knee Injury Slows Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
The best prospect in baseball is the obvious choice as the Best Player in the Blue Jays' system in our midseason update.
Kevin Smith Closes Hole In His Swing
The 2017 fourth-round shortstop owes his Midwest League success to a revamped swing and new hitting approach.
New Outlook Serves Anthony Alford At Triple-A
Focusing on the mental game rather than the mechanical is a point of emphasis for Alford as he waits for a callup.