Toronto Blue Jays 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30.


Anthony Bass
Travis Bergen
Ryan Borucki
A.J. Cole
Yennsy Diaz
Rafael Dolis
Wilmer Font
Sam Gaviglio
Ken Giles
Thomas Hatch
Anthony Kay
Elvis Luciano
Alek Manoah
Justin Miller
Brian Moran
Patrick Murphy
Joey Murray
Nate Pearson
Hector Perez
Jake Petricka
Tanner Roark
Jordan Romano
Hyun-Jin Ryu
Matt Shoemaker
Trent Thornton
Ty Tice
T.J. Zeuch
Riley Adams
Danny Jansen
Caleb Joseph
Alejandro Kirk
Gabriel Moreno
Reese McGuire
Bo Bichette
Cavan Biggio
Andy Burns
Brandon Drury
Joe Panik
Travis Shaw
Kevin Smith
Ruben Tejada
Rowdy Tellez
Daniel Vogelbach
Jonathan Davis
Derek Fisher
Randal Grichuk
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
Teoscar Hernandez
Billy McKinney
Josh Palacios
Forrest Wall

The Blue Jays have their top six prospects as part of their player pool. That group includes injured RHP Nate Pearson, who at midseason ranked as their top prospect, and 2020 first-rounder Austin Martin. In recent days, the team has also added catching prospect Gabriel Moreno, who checked in at No. 8 midseason and is just 20 years old. Top 30 prospects Shun Yamaguchi, Patrick Murphy and Yennsy Diaz are also all among the team’s player pool. 

The Blue Jays waived Anthony Alford—their No. 27 prospect at midseason—and watched as the Pirates claimed him on waivers. Toronto added RHP Taijuan Walker from the Mariners for a player to be named later and picked up 1B Dan Vogelbach from Seattle in a separate transaction. The Blue Jays also got RHP Dany Jimenez back from the Giants, who had selected him in the Rule 5 draft in December.

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