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
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High-A Vancouver Canadians 2024 Opening Day roster

Easily the best of the bunch last year when it came to Blue Jays minor league affiliates, the Vancouver Canadians were Northwest League champions in just their third year as the Jays' High-A affiliate.

Per a press release from the club, a total of 15 players will be returning from last year's championship-winning ensemble.

Brent Lavallee, a native of North Delta, BC, is returning to the C's as their manager for another season.


  • Alex Amalfi (R)
  • Pat Gallagher (R)
  • Ryan Jennings (R)
  • Justin Kelly (R)
  • Conor Larkin (R)
  • Jonathan Lavallee (R)
  • Chris McElvain (R)
  • Josh Mollerus (R)
  • Rafael Ohashi (R)
  • Naswell Paulino (L)
  • Kendry Rojas (L) - Jays Journal No. 8
  • Rafael Sanchez (R)
  • Grayson Thurman (R)
  • Anders Tolhurst (R)
  • Geison Urbaez (R)
  • Chay Yeager (R)


  • Jommer Hernandez
  • Jackson Hornung
  • Kekai Rios


  • Jean Arnaez
  • Nick Goodwin
  • Estiven Machado
  • Ryan McCarty
  • Brennan Orf
  • Jeff Wehler


  • Jace Bohrofen - Jays Journal No. 10
  • Dasan Brown
  • Dylan Rock
  • Jaden Rudd

Jennings is going to get the Opening Day nod for the C's after a promising showing in the 2023 regular season and postseason. He is a part of an intriguing rotation alongside other names to know like Gallagher, Ohashi and Sanchez.

Rojas is the big name here, though. He ranked as high as eighth in Jays Journal's prospect rankings heading into this season and is said to have immense potential. Last year, he had a 3.75 ERA through 20 outings (15 starts), striking out 82 in 84 innings of work while walking 33 and allowing just eight home runs.

Bohrofen, the Blue Jays' sixth-round pick in last year's draft, hit .299 with seven home runs and 18 RBI in just 24 games last season post-draft. Scouts absolutely love him, and the Blue Jays do as well. He's 22-years old and might not stay in Vancouver very long if he can start the season on a strong note.