Scrolling through my Twitter list yesterday it seemed like everyone was talking about one thing – Baseball America’s 2013 League Top 20 Prospects Index.
I unfortunately don’t have time to get into any analysis but in case you were wondering here’s the players from the Toronto Blue Jays organization who made the list. Seven of the top 20 prospects in the 10-team Appalachian League came from the Bluefield Blue Jays and one of my favourites, Matthew Dean, didn’t even make the cut.
Gulf Coast League
5 – Franklin Barreto, SS
As I mentioned earlier, Twitter was quite abuzz with the news. Here’s some of the reaction:
BA's Top 20 Appalachian League prospects has 7 Blue Jays on it, the most of any team.
— Clint (@StivBators) September 26, 2013
Surprised that Matt Dean isn't listed in BA's top 20 prospects in the Appy League.
— Blue Jays from Away (@JaysFromAway) October 1, 2013
— Charlie Caskey (@CharlieCaskey) October 1, 2013
@JaysFromAway I agree on Dean although I would have thought Tirado would be higher up. DeJong certainly has a higher upside at this point.
— Andrew Hendriks (@77hendriks) October 1, 2013
BA's Northwest League top 20 is out today, just 2 Jays on this one: 13. Tom Robson and 19. LB Dantzler
— Clint (@StivBators) September 27, 2013
Surprised Daniel Norris is not on BA's top 20 midwest league prospects
— Clint (@StivBators) September 30, 2013
— Andrew Stoeten (@AndrewStoeten) September 30, 2013
— MLB Prospect Portal (@MLBProspectPrtl) September 24, 2013
Tags: Toronto Blue Jays