Major League Baseball is off and running. The Blue Jays have their 25 man roster set and the Minor Leagues are going to kick things off Thursday April 6th. Jays Journal takes a look at the upcoming seasons at each level.
Spring Training is a wrap and the Blue Jays young talent has found their starting places. The Jays organization has been looked over by many baseball writers. They have been written off simply because the big club has traded away many of their top prospects to become playoff contenders the past few seasons. The organization has made some solid moves and drafted well over the past few seasons. This under-rated system may be gearing up for some of its players to be making some big steps.
In case you missed our previous talks here at Jays Journal on the history of the Blue Jays Minor League affiliates, we have the links here below. Here is where you can get to know the Blue Jays system.
In this post we will take a look at the opening series for each of the full season affiliates. We will also discuss who is on the opening day rosters at each level, and point out where the Jays top prospects ended up. Let us dive into the Minor League season that is coming.