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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Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats 2024 Opening Day roster

The 2023 Fisher Cats went 62-72 under manager Cesar Martin, who has returned to the position for his fourth season. Mitch Huckabay, the club's hitting coach, is the only other coach that was a part of last year's staff.

Names to know on the Fisher Cats' coaching staff include Joel Bonnett, the new pitching coach, who was in the same position for the Vancouver Canadians last year, and Eric Yardley, a former big league reliever, who's on hand as the bullpen coach.


  • Ryan Boyer (R)
  • Jimmy Burnette (L)
  • Ian Churchill (L)
  • Trevor Clifton (R)
  • Michael Dominguez (R) - Jays Journal No. 22
  • Hunter Gregory (R)
  • Devereaux Harrison (R)
  • Adrian Hernandez (R)
  • Adam Macko (L) - Jays Journal No. 9
  • Alejandro Melean (R)
  • Abdiel Mendoza (R)
  • Trent Palmer (R)
  • Eric Pardinho (R)
  • CJ Van Eyk (R)
  • Trenton Wallace (L)


  • Phil Clarke
  • Andres Sosa
  • Zach Britton


  • Alex De Jesus - Jays Journal No. 25
  • Miguel Hiraldo
  • Josh Kasevich - Jays Journal No. 20
  • Rainer Nunez
  • Michael Turconi


  • Devonte Brown
  • Gabriel Martinez
  • Alan Roden - Jays Journal No. 6
  • Glenn Santiago
  • Garrett Spain

Roden and Macko are the two top names to know in this bunch. Macko, a member of the Blue Jays' 40-man roster, earned Rule 5 protection this past offseason and has impressed many in the front office. He could conceivably see time in the big leagues this year.

Ditto for Roden, who has one of the best bat-to-ball skillsets in the entire system. Frankly, it's a little bit surprising to see him begin the year in Double-A, as he excelled in every stop in the minors last year. He likely will crack the big leagues at some point by the end of the season, but not in a full-blown starters role right away.