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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Low-A Dunedin Blue Jays 2024 Opening Day roster

The Dunedin Blue Jays will open their season with the last two of the organization's first-round picks in tow. Jose Mayorga has moved up from the FCL, where he was the manager for the past two seasons, and will be Dunedin's skipper in 2024.

This 30-man roster is absolutely stacked with talent and will feature three Canadian-born players (O'Halloran, Deschamps, Arnold) as well.


  • Eliander Alcade (R)
  • Brandon Barriera (L) - Jays Journal No. 5
  • Irv Carter (R)
  • Sebastian Espino (R)
  • Jerry Huntzinger (R) (TWO-WAY PLAYER)
  • Keiner Leon (R)
  • Landen Maroudis (R) - Jays Journal No. 11
  • Aaron Munson (R)
  • Connor O'Halloran (L)
  • Fernando Perez (R) - Jays Journal No. 21
  • Kai Peterson (L)
  • Carson Pierce (R)
  • Grant Rogers (R)
  • Yondrei Rojas (R)
  • JJ Sanchez (L)
  • Juaron Watts-Brown (R) - Jays Journal No. 12


  • Nicolas Deschamps
  • Edward Duran


  • Bryce Arnold
  • Manuel Beltre
  • Eduardo Montero
  • Arjun Nimmala - Jays Journal No. 2
  • Tucker Toman - Jays Journal No. 24


  • Yhoangel Aponte
  • Victor Arias
  • Braden Barry
  • Marcos De La Rosa
  • Cristian Feliz
  • Alexis Hernandez
  • Yeuni Munoz
  • Robert Robertis

Nolan Perry, Jays Journal's No. 30 prospect, is also going to start the year in Dunedin, but he is not yet game-ready. The right-hander had a minor setback during spring and is expected to join the D-Jays in a few weeks once he's built up.

Nimmala and Toman lead the way on the position player side for the D-Jays, but it's the pitching staff that steals the show. Three of the hurlers starting the year in Dunedin are in the top 12 of JJ's prospect ranking.

Another notable development is Espino, who began his career as a position player but is now listed as a pitcher. He has always been known for his strong throwing arm and it appears the Blue Jays are preparing to give him a look on the mound.