Nate Pearson: Blue Jays 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
One of the sport's most talented pitching prospects, Pearson should make an impact for the Blue Jays in 2020.
Eric Pardinho Focuses On Staying Healthy
The Blue Jays' No. 4 prospect, Pardinho has recovered from an early season elbow strain and is pitching well for low Class A Lansing.
Blue Jays Go All In For Alek Manoah
Enamored of Manoah's stuff and Cape performance last year, the Blue Jays eagerly drafted him 11th overall.
Cullen Large Impresses With Work Ethic
Recovered from a shoulder injury he suffered last year, Large got off to a hot start in the Florida State League.
Kevin Smith Shows Resiliency
Smith overcame a mediocre junior year at Maryland to mash in his full-season debut. Now he needs to show that same resiliency at Double-A.
Chavez Young Excited For Future Of Bahamian Baseball
The 21-year-old outfielder sees a bright future for baseball players coming out of his native Bahamas.
Jonathan Davis Is The Ultimate Teammate
After years toiling in the minors, outfielder Jonathan Davis made a cameo in the big leagues in 2018.
Trent Thornton Gets Change Of Scenery
After leaving a crowded Astros system, righthander Trent Thornton sees a clearer path to the big leagues with the Blue Jays.
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.