Jul 1, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays players return to the dugout during play against Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports
I don’t expect of the D-Jays or Lansing arms to make it to the Toronto this season, but it is at these level where we begin to see some starting pitchers with more potential still in the system. It was this depth that allowed Alex to make the trades and part with the talent that he did.
Sean Reid-Foley– Could be the systems best arm, with the highest ceiling, between Triple-A and Advanced-A. He could finish up the year with the Fisher Cats which would be huge for 19-year-old pitcher who started the year with Lansing (Low-A ball).
Dunedin Stats: 0-3/4.71 ERA/21 IP/1.43 WHIP/23 K
Lansing Stats: 3-3/3.48 ERA/54.1 IP/1.62 WHIP/79 K
Conner Greene– He is a model, friends with Charlie Sheen, and not a bad looking prospect. He started the year with the Lugnuts and hasn’t looked out of place in 5 Dunedin starts. He is a 20 yr-old who has managed a 8.69 K/9 and 2.54 BB/9 in Lansing and 7.33 K/9 and 2.00 BB/9 with the D-Jays.
Dunedin Stats: 0-3/3.33 ERA/27 IP/1.33 WHIP/22 K
Lansing Stats: 7-3/3.88 ERA/67.1 IP/1.40 WHIP/65 K
Jeremy Gabryszwski– At 6’4″, 195 lbs, this 22-year-old from Crosby, Texas looks like an innings eater. Jeremy is a control pitcher who pitches to contact. Could see a move to New Hampshire to fill the voids left in Buffalo.
Stats: 7-6/3.53 ERA/91.2 IP/1.33 WHIP/59 K
Shane Dawson (12-4,3.04 ERA 1.18 WHIP)
Starlyn Suriel (6-6, 3.76 ERA 1.37 WHIP)
Tom Robson– fighting his way back from 2014 TJ. Currently with the Vancouver C’s
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