Jays Journal's Top 30 Blue Jays Prospects - 2024 Midseason Update

Ricky Tiedemann
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As we enter summer, it's about time we check in on the Blue Jays farm system. The system entered the year in a weaker place and although there were promising returns early on, many of the system's premier talents have went down with injury. Ricky Tiedemann, who is the incumbent top prospect from the last Jays Journal ranking, hasn't been able to stay healthy. In fact, none of the top-five pitchers ranked to enter the year have stayed healthy.

Despite the lack of health on the pitching end, there are some talented arms in the system that we'll get into. On the hitting end, there are some players that are close to being ready to contribute to the big league team as well as some further away that are hoping to get back on track. Given the stale state of the big league club, it's more important than ever to pay to attention to the farm system.

When constructing a top prospect list, the aim is always to project the players that will make for the best big leaguers. There are many factors one must take into account including age, level, production, underlying data, raw tools, body, and mechanics. The below list weighs the importance of those details and much more. This list features player profiles and is in descending order from the #30 ranked prospect to the #1.