Blue Jays minor league affiliates release 2024 rosters

Where are each of the Toronto Blue Jays' top prospects beginning the 2024 season? We've got you covered.
Feb 22, 2023; Dunedin, FL, USA;  Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Orelvis Martinez (2) participates in
Feb 22, 2023; Dunedin, FL, USA; Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Orelvis Martinez (2) participates in / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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Entering the 2024 season, the Toronto Blue Jays possess a farm system that finds itself in the bottom half of the league amongst all media outlet lists.

Aside from the likes of Ricky Tiedemann, Addison Barger and Orelvis Martinez, the cupboards are looking a bit bare. Last season, there were some under-the-radar storylines like the emergences of Chad Dallas, Damiano Palmegiani, Alan Roden, Fernando Perez and others.

This year, the best the Blue Jays organization has to offer will pretty much all be a part of the Buffalo Bisons' season-opening roster. We're going to break down the Opening Day rosters of each minor league affiliate of the Jays.

Here's a breakdown of Jays Journal's top 30 prospects and how many of them are at each affiliate to kick things off in 2024:

Triple-A Buffalo Bisons: 10

Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats: 5

High-A Vancouver Canadians: 2

Low-A Dunedin Blue Jays: 6

Let's dive in and see how the rosters are looking as the season gets underway!