Blue Jays minor league affiliates release 2024 rosters

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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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Triple-A Buffalo Bisons 2024 roster

Last year, the Bisons went 76-72 under Casey Candaele, who is returning as the club's manager once again. Some of the main contributors from last year's team, such as Ernie Clement and Davis Schneider, have "graduated", so to speak, and are a part of the Blue Jays' big league squad.

This year's Bisons are already off to a 2-2 start to begin the season. The Triple-A season begins before any other minor league one does.


* = Promoted to the major leagues

  • Andrew Bash (R)
  • Connor Cooke (R) - Jays Journal No. 15
  • Chad Dallas (R) - Jays Journal No. 19
  • Hagen Danner (R) - Jays Journal No. 23
  • Brandon Eisert (L)
  • Paolo Espino (R)*
  • Mason Fluharty (L) - Jays Journal No. 28
  • Brendon Little (L)
  • Zach Pop (R)
  • Luis Quinones (R)
  • Yariel Rodriguez (R)
  • Paxton Schultz (R)
  • Ricky Tiedemann (L) - Jays Journal No. 1
  • Troy Watson (R)


  • Payton Henry
  • Max McDowell


* = Traded to the Twins

  • Addison Barger - Jays Journal No. 4
  • Luis De Los Santos (added to roster after season began)
  • Spencer Horwitz - Jays Journal No. 17
  • Leo Jimenez - Jays Journal No. 7
  • Tanner Morris*
  • Orelvis Martinez - Jays Journal No. 3
  • Damiano Palmegiani - Jays Journal No. 16


  • Steward Berroa
  • Cam Eden
  • Rafael Lantigua
  • Nathan Lukes
  • Will Robertson

There's already been a bit of roster turnover since the Bisons announced their Opening Day roster. Paolo Espino had his contract selected by the Blue Jays on Friday, while infielder Tanner Morris was traded to the Twins in a minor deal last week.

This roster is one that's surprisingly star-studded for a Blue Jays farm system many consider to be weak. There are multiple pitchers, especially Rodriguez, Tiedemann, Dallas and Cooke, who are right on the cusp of being legitimate contributors at the game's highest level.

On the position player side, Payton Henry is currently the third-string catcher for the Jays, as Brian Serven is backing up Alejandro Kirk in the big leagues in Danny Jansen's absence. Other offensive standouts include Barger, Martinez, Palmegiani and Lukes, each of whom are likely to see some time in the majors before all is said and done this year.

Don't forget about Joey Votto either. He's still recovering from an ankle injury and will begin his year in Buffalo once he's ready for game action.