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Blue Jays: Prospects recap during the first week of Spring

TAMPA, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 28: Toronto Blue Jays players stand in the dugout prior to the game against the New York Yankees during a spring training game at George M. Steinbrenner Field on February 28, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)
TAMPA, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 28: Toronto Blue Jays players stand in the dugout prior to the game against the New York Yankees during a spring training game at George M. Steinbrenner Field on February 28, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images) /
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Jul 11, 2020; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ty Tice (73) throws a pitch during the workout at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports
Jul 11, 2020; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ty Tice (73) throws a pitch during the workout at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports /

Quick Pitches

Anthony Castro – RHP

Picked up from the Detroit Tigers via waivers this off-season, Anthony Castro earned a non-roster invite to the Blue Jays spring training camp. In two appearances this spring, the Venezuelan native has pitched 1.2 innings giving up two hits, one home run, and striking out four batters. His first outing was a 0.2 innings with one strikeout, while his second appearance would be where he gave up the home run, but did strikeout three batters over his inning of work.

Bryan Baker – RHP

In one appearance this season, Bryan Baker pitched one inning against the New York Yankees in the Blue Jays first spring game of the year. He threw a clean inning with two strikeouts and earned the save in the process.

Elvis Luciano – RHP

After being acquired in the Rule 5 draft back in 2019, Elvis Luciano enters his third spring training camp with the Blue Jays in 2021. He has made one appearance this spring, going one inning against the Detroit Tigers, giving up two runs (both unearned) while hitting one batter and striking out one.

Kirby Snead – LHP

In his third spring training with the Blue Jays, Snead has appeared in one game and pitched a clean inning against the New York Yankees, striking out one batter.

Nick Allgeyer – LHP

His first spring training camp with the Toronto Blue Jays, Allegeyer has made one appearance so far this season and did not have a fun outing. In one inning of work against the Yankees, the left-hander gave up two home runs and three earned runs total, earning the loss in the process.

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Ty Tice – RHP

In his fourth spring training camp with the Blue Jays, Tice has made one appearance so far this season against the Philadelphia Phillies. The right-hander pitched one inning giving up a hit with no strikeouts, earning the win in the process.

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