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It’s Time to Make a Decision on Dalton Pompey

Player development is no easy task. Even after developing an overall future projection for a player there’s an incredulous number of questions that a team has to try and answer: How is the player’s work ethic? Is he mature enough to handle a tougher challenge at a higher level in the minor leagues? Will he be a good enough player at his present position to handle it in the major...
Via BP Toronto
20 days ago

WATCH: Pompey, Goins not on Blue Jays postseason roster

MLB insider Shi Davidi joins Barry Davis to discuss the somewhat shocking news that Dalton Pompey and Ryan Goins are not on the Blue Jays 25-man playoff roster.
Via SportsNetCanada
October 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Pompey Needs Guidance On Art Of Playing Defence

Dalton Pompey was just too tentative, too defensive on defence. Too shy on some balls, too soft. As Blue Jays manager John Gibbons told reporters in Cleveland on Saturday, “Defence is a given.’’ Of course, the meaning of that is that ball players have a natural tendency to be pretty solid at the position they play, having been grounded in many aspects from the time they started...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Blue Jays Option Dalton Pompey to Buffalo

  Canadian-born Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Dalton Pompey seemingly came out of nowhere last year to play at four levels, culminating with a promotion to the big club in September.  Pompey had a lengthy audition, and his a memorable first career Home Run off of none other than Seattle Ace Felix Hernandez. Pompey was all but handed a starting job when fellow Canuck Michael...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Dalton Pompey: Give Him Some Time

This ten-game Toronto Blue Jays  homestand promised to be a memorable one for local product Dalton Pompey, but it turned out to be one for all the wrong reasons. The usually solid defensively Pompey misplayed a pair of balls, and it turned into four runs for Atlanta, as the surprising Braves took two of three from Toronto this weekend. The first miscue was a twisting, winding route...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Allen Craig hit an improbable inside the park homer

When I think of players that can hit an inside the park homer, I generally think of speedy middle infielders or outfielders. On occasion, maybe a gap hitter will hit an inside the parker thanks to some questionable defense and crazy bounces. So when I saw that Allen Craig, of all people, ALLEN CRAIG, hit an inside the park homer on Wednesday against the Blue Jays…well, I had to...
Via The Outside Corner
April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Dalton Pompey: Center Fielder of the Present?

Following the departures of free agents Melky Cabrera and Colby Rasmus, the Toronto Blue Jays were down two-thirds of last year’s opening day outfield. They filled one of these holes when they traded for Michael Saunders, but have opted to go the internal route in filling the other, turning to the inexperienced duo of Dalton Pompey […]
Via Fangraphs
February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Dalton Pompey, 2015 Fantasy Outlook

Rock Master Scott from Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three, famous for the song, The Roof is on Fire, was vacationing with his family in Pompeii, Italy in the early 1980s, when he saw the ruins in the volcanic ash. He passed his Minolta camera to his grandma, so it wouldn't bang into anything, and laid on the ground, mimicking a victim from 79 AD. Then, he started screaming...
Via Razzball
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Prospect Watch: Dalton Pompey and the Jays’ Dilemma

Each weekday during the minor-league season, FanGraphs is providing a status update on multiple rookie-eligible players. Note that Age denotes the relevant prospect’s baseball age (i.e. as of July 1st of the current year); Top-15, the prospect’s place on Marc Hulet’s preseason organizational list; and Top-100, that same prospect’s rank on Hulet’s overall top-100 list...
Via Fangraphs
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Promotion imminent for Dalton Pompey

This week saw two of the Toronto Blue Jays’ prospects selected to appear in MLB’s Futures Game, set to take place over All-Star weekend in two weeks time. Daniel Norris and Dalton Pompey have been recognized and rewarded for their impressive seasons and futures alike. Norris, the organization’s fourth ranked prospect, recently received a promotion to Double A New Hampshire...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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