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Toronto Blue Jays Top 40 Prospects

Team Rank Name Last Name POS TEAM
1 Kyle Drabek , P , TOR
2 Brett Wallace , 1B , TOR
3 Zach Stewart , P , TOR
4 Henderson Alvarez , P , TOR
5 Jake Marisnick , OF , TOR
6 Carlos Perez , C , TOR
7 Tyler Pastornicky , SS , TOR
8 David Cooper , 1B , TOR
9 Josh Roenicke , P , TOR
10 Marc Rzepczynski , P , TOR
11 JP Arencibia , C , TOR
12 Chad Jenkins , P , TOR
13 Kevin Ahrens , 3B , TOR
14 Tim Collins , P , TOR
15 Moises Sierra , OF , TOR
16 Brad Emaus , 2B , TOR
17 Justin Jackson , SS , TOR
18 John Tolisano , 2B , TOR
19 Ryan Schimpf , 2B , TOR
20 Eric Thames , OF , TOR
21 Andrew Liebel , P , TOR
22 Luis Perez , P , TOR
23 K.C. Hobson , OF , TOR
24 Mark Sobolewski , 3B , TOR
25 Zach Dials , P , TOR
26 Santiago Nessy , C , TOR
27 Robert Bell , P , TOR
28 Kenny Wilson , OF , TOR
29 Zech Zinicola , P , TOR
30 Brad Mills , P , TOR
31 Jack Murphy , C , TOR
32 Balbino Fuenmayor , 3B , TOR
33 Darin Mastroianni TOR
34 Daniel Webb , P , TOR
35 Brian Dopirak , 1B , TOR
36 Kenny Rodriguez , P , TOR
37 Dustin Antolin , P , TOR
38 Scott Campbell , 3B , TOR
39 Drew Hutchison , P , TOR
40 Sean Ochinko , C , TOR

Comments

  1. no jeroloman??? in the best 2000 prospects??

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  2. He struck out a 1/3 of the time, hit .217 with an ops of .646 as a 24 yr old in AA. Not impressive credentials.
    He may be good defensively, but I'm not a scout and don't integrate defense in.
    Last year I had him at 653, if I use last seasons stats in my new formula, he would go in at 1460.

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  3. When is this going to be updated?

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  4. I won't do any new Top 40's until this winter due to graduations, trades, signings, performances, etc.

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  5. Looking forward to the new list... Keep 'em coming

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  6. Instead of doing every teams list seperately, this season I posted them all at once a month or so ago. Just click on top prospects by team at the top of the page and you can see every team in one place

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