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Today we look at the prospects rated 20 though 11. For prospects 30-21 click here.
20. David Cooper | 1B Year Age Level AB 2B 3B HR BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 2008 21 A- 85 10 1 2 10 16 0 1 .341 .411 .553 2008 21 A 96 10 0 2 10 14 0 0 .354 .415 .521 2008 21 A+ 92 9 0 1 10 16 0 0 .304 .373 .435 ...
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Welcome to the creme de la creme, the number one through ten prospects. In case you missed it number 11 through 20 are here, and number 21 to 30 are here.We hope you enjoyed this top 30 and the hope it brings to the future of the Blue Jays organization. Check back tomorrow for a few who missed the top 30.
10. Deck McGuire | RHPYearAgeLevelGGSIPH/9HR/9BB/9K/9ERA201122A+1918104...
One of the tricky things about a series like this is that the talent distribution over the organization was not even - it never is. The other tough thing is the players who appeared on multiple teams, which happened particularly among pitchers in the Blue Jays system. In this case, the five best pitchers to make an appearance in Dunedin all had a noticeable number of starts in New...
Welcome to the Batters Box top 30 Blue Jay prospects for 2011. Eight of your trusted minor league correspondents pooled their votes to come up with the list. The same trusty eight shared the task of writing the prospect descriptions you see below.In total,
Jose Bautista took the baseball world by storm last year, but his 2011 campaign was arguably even more impressive. The reigning Hank Aaron Award winner in the American League has been rewarded for the banner campaign by being nominated for the award again this season.