Toronto Blue Jays minor league players

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Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Toronto Blue Jays and rosters of their minor league affiliates.

Players[edit]

Franklin Barreto[edit]

Franklin Barreto
Toronto Blue Jays
Shortstop
Born: (1996-02-27) February 27, 1996 (age 18)
Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Franklin Barreto (born February 27, 1996) is a Venezuelan professional baseball shortstop in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 8 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Barreto signed with the Blue Jays for a $1.45 million bonus on July 2, 2012, as Baseball America's top-ranked international prospect of 2012.[2] He played his first professional season with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays, and later the Bluefield Blue Jays, batting .276 in 59 total games played and leading the Gulf Coast League in slugging percentage.[1][3] In 2014 he was promoted to the Vancouver Canadians and opened the season with a .313 batting average through 43 games.[4] Barreto played in 73 games for Vancouver in 2014, and batted .311 with 6 home runs, 61 RBI, and 29 stolen bases.[3]


D. J. Davis[edit]

D. J. Davis
Toronto Blue Jays
Outfielder
Born: (1994-07-25) July 25, 1994 (age 20)
Wiggins, Mississippi
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Dylan Jaleel Davis (born July 25, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 9 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Davis was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the first round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft out of Stone County High School in Wiggins, Mississippi.[5][6] He made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast Blue Jays that year.[7] He also played for the Bluefield Blue Jays and Vancouver Canadians, and batted a combined .250 with 5 home runs, 18 RBI, and 25 stolen bases.[8] He played the 2013 season with Bluefield, batting .240 and hitting 6 home runs with 25 RBI.[8] He was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts to start the 2014 season, and spent the entire season there. In a career-high 121 games played, Davis batted .213 with 8 home runs and 52 RBI.[8]

His father, Wayne Davis, also played in the Blue Jays organization.[9][10]


Matthew Dean[edit]

"Matthew Dean" redirects here. For other uses, see Matthew Deane (disambiguation).
Matthew Dean
Toronto Blue Jays
First baseman/Third baseman
Born: (1992-12-22) December 22, 1992 (age 21)
Highland Village, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Matthew Christopher Dean (born December 22, 1992) is an American professional baseball first baseman and third baseman in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 13 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Dean played high school baseball for The Colony High School and was drafted by Toronto in the 13th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft.[11] He played his first professional season in 2012 with the Bluefield Blue Jays of the Appalachian League, where he batted .222 with 2 home runs and 24 RBI in 49 games.[11] Dean stayed in Bluefield for the 2013 season and greatly improved on his previous season, batting .338 with 6 home runs and 35 RBI over 63 games played.[11] He was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League for the 2014 season. In 113 games played for Lansing, Dean batted .281 with 9 home runs and 51 RBI.[11]


Chase De Jong[edit]

Chase De Jong
Toronto Blue Jays
Pitcher
Born: (1993-12-29) December 29, 1993 (age 20)
Long Beach, California
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Chase Louis De Jong (born December 29, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 18 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

De Jong played for Woodrow Wilson High School, and was drafted by Toronto in the 2nd round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft.[12] After signing for a bonus of $620,300,[13] De Jong was assigned to the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays and made 6 relief appearances for the team, posting a 1–0 record with a 1.50 earned run average and 15 strikeouts over 12 innings, with only 1 walk.[14] He was promoted to the Bluefield Blue Jays prior to the start of the 2013 season, and made 13 appearances for the team, 10 of which were starts. In 2013, De Jong posted a 2–3 record with an ERA of 3.05 and 66 strikeouts over 56 innings pitched.[14] In 2014 he was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts.[13] De Jong made 23 appearances for Lansing in 2014, 21 of which were starts, and compiled a record of 1–6 with a 4,82 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 97 innings pitched.[14]

He is the cousin of former Blue Jays pitcher Jordan De Jong.[13]


Jared Goedert[edit]

Jared Goedert
Toronto Blue Jays
Third baseman
Born: (1985-05-25) May 25, 1985 (age 29)
Concordia, Kansas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jared Paul Goedert (born May 25, 1985) is an American professional baseball third baseman in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.

Goedert attended Concordia Junior-Senior High School and was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 36th round of the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft, but he did not sign. Goedert attended Cloud County Community College before attending Kansas State University. He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 9th Round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft.

Goedert was assigned to Short-Season Mahoning Valley, where in 63 games, he hit .269 with 3 HR, 27 RBI and 31 runs. After the season, he had shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum.[15] Goedert began 2007 with Single-A Lake County, where he played in April and May before earning a promotion to High-A Kinston after hitting .364 with 16 HR and 51 RBI in 46 games. He played in only 35 games with Kinston after re-aggravating his shoulder.[15] In 81 games in 2007, he hit .317 with 20 HR, 74 RBI and 67 runs. He played for Kinston in 2008, used mostly at third base, but also in 23 games at second base. In 126 games, he hit .255 with 10 HR, 74 RBI and 75 runs.

Goedert was the Opening Day third baseman for Double-A Akron in 2009. He left midway through a game against Altoona on April 13 and was placed on the disabled list.[16] He returned in early May, and stayed with Akron for the rest of the season. In 92 games with the Aeros, he hit .224 with 5 HR, 37 RBI and 34 runs. Goedert was the Aeros Opening Day designated hitter. He had a 21-game hitting streak from May 10 to June 1, where he hit .360 with 4 HR and 10 RBI. On June 4, he was promoted to Triple-A Columbus.[17] In 44 games with the Aeros, he hit .325 with 7 HR and 32 RBI. He went 3-4 with 2 doubles in his Triple-A debut. He was used mostly at third base and designated hitter with Columbus until the end of the season. In 81 games with the Clippers, he hit .261 with 20 HR and 51 RBI.

After the 2010 season, Goedert was added to the Indians' 40-man roster to protect him from the Rule 5 Draft.[18] In 2011 spring training, Goedert tore an oblique muscle.[19] He made his first appearance in 2010 with Akron on May 10. He played 8 games with the Aeros before being promoted to Columbus on May 28, where he was used mostly at third base and first base. Goedert was designated for assignment by the Indians on July 21, 2011, in order to make room on the 40-man roster for rookie second baseman Jason Kipnis.[20] In 87 games in 2011, he hit .272 with 18 HR and 48 RBI. Goedert was the Aeros Opening Day left fielder in 2012. On May 18, he was promoted to Columbus. In 35 games with Akron, he hit .395 with 5 HR and 17 RBI, and he was used mostly in left field. He was used mostly at third base and designated hitter with Columbus. In 86 games with the Clippers, he hit .279 with 14 HR and 60 RBI. After the season, he became a minor league free agent.

On November 7, 2012, Goedert signed a minor league deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates.[21][22] Goedert played 2013 with Triple-A Indianapolis, where he was the team's third baseman for most of the season. In 130 games with the Indians, he hit .241 with 11 HR, 62 RBI and 32 doubles. He signed a minor league deal with the Toronto Blue Jays for the 2014 season.[23] Goedert played the 2014 season with the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons, and in 98 games batted .250 with 10 home runs and 40 RBI.[24]

Jared's father, Joe Goedert, also played baseball at Kansas State University.[19] Jared's brother, Corbin, attended Coffeyville Community College and played football.[25] Connor was drafted by the Pirates in the 34th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft out of Neosho County Community College,[26] and the Houston Astros in the 15th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft.


A. J. Jiménez[edit]

A. J. Jiménez
Toronto Blue Jays – No. 6
Catcher
Born: (1990-05-01) May 1, 1990 (age 24)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Antonio J. "A. J." Jiménez (born May 1, 1990) is a Puerto Rican professional baseball catcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 14 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Jiménez was drafted by Toronto in the 9th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft. After signing with the team, he was assigned to the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays and played in 19 games during the 2008 season, batting .191 with 5 RBI.[27] In 2009, Jiménez was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts and recorded a batting average of .263, in addition to hitting 3 home runs and 31 RBI.[27] Jiménez played for Lansing, as well as the High-A Dunedin Blue Jays in the 2010 season, hitting a combined .299 with 5 home runs and 55 RBI over 72 games.[27] His entire 2011 season was played with Dunedin, where he hit .303 with 4 home runs and 52 RBI in 102 games played.[27]

Jiménez was promoted to the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2012 but played only 27 games that season, hitting .257,[27] before undergoing Tommy John surgery on his right elbow.[28] He was added to the Blue Jays' 40-man roster on November 20, 2012.[29] In 2013, Jiménez played for Dunedin initially, batting .429 in 9 games, before being promoted to New Hampshire. In 50 games with the Fisher Cats, he batted .276 with 3 home runs and 29 RBI.[27] Jiménez was selected to appear in the 2013 All-Star Futures Game,[28] and was promoted to the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons on August 17, 2013.[30] He batted .233 in 8 games with the Bisons in 2013.[27] While it was believed that he would be called up to Toronto for the September roster expansion, irritation in his surgically-repaired right elbow ruled him out for the rest of the season.[31] Jiménez started the 2014 campaign with the Fisher Cats, and was promoted to the Bisons on May 26.[32] He was placed on the disabled list on August 5, and activated on August 27.


Jairo Labourt[edit]

Jairo Labourt
Toronto Blue Jays
Pitcher
Born: (1994-03-07) March 7, 1994 (age 20)
Azua, Azua, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Jairo Snaider Labourt (born March 7, 1994) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 16 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Labourt was signed by the Blue Jays as an international free agent for $350,000 in August 2011.[33] He made 12 starts for the Dominican Summer League Blue Jays in 2011, and posted a 0–4 record with a 2.23 earned run average in 3613 innings.[34] Labourt played the 2012 season with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays and went 0–3 with a 3.79 ERA over 12 starts totalling 38 innings.[34] Continuing his rise through the minor league system, he played all of 2013 with the Bluefield Blue Jays and earned his first professional win, finishing the season with a 2–2 record and an impressive 1.92 ERA over 5123 innings.[34] Labourt began the 2014 season with the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts, where he struggled in his 6 appearances (3 starts) and pitched to a 6.43 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 14 innings.[34] He was then reassigned to the Low-A Vancouver Canadians and made 15 starts for the team, posting a 5–3 record with a 1.77 ERA and 82 strikeouts in 7113 innings.[34] His 1.77 ERA was the lowest mark in the Northwest League, earning him the 2014 ERA title.[35]


Dawel Lugo[edit]

Dawel Lugo
Toronto Blue Jays
Shortstop
Born: (1994-12-13) December 13, 1994 (age 19)
Baní, Peravia, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Dawel Lugo (born December 13, 1994) is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 12 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Lugo signed with the Blue Jays as a 16-year-old international free agent in 2011 for $1.3 million, the largest bonus paid to a Latin American infielder that year.[36] Ben Badler of Baseball America described Lugo in a scouting report as having "a solid swing, good bat speed and makes consistent contact with natural loft, showing the potential for plus power down the road."[36] He played his first season as a member of the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays in 2012, where he batted .224 in 47 games played.[37] Lugo began the 2013 season playing with the Bluefield Blue Jays of the Appalachian League, where he posted a .297 batting average with 6 home runs and 36 RBI in 51 games.[37] He was then promoted to the Low-A Vancouver Canadians, and played 16 games in which he batted .246 with 1 home run and 8 RBI.[37] Lugo was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts for the 2014 season. He played in a career-high 117 games, where he batted .259 with 4 home runs and 53 RBI.[37]


Mike McDade[edit]

Mike McDade
Toronto Blue Jays
First baseman
Born: (1989-01-09) January 9, 1989 (age 25)
Las Vegas, Nevada
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Michael Terrance McDade[38] (born May 8, 1989) is an American professional baseball first baseman in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.

McDade was drafted by the Toronto in the 6th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft out of Silverado High School. He played 39 games in 2007 with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays where he batted .221 with 1 home run and 17 RBI.[38] In 2008, McDade played 112 games split between the Auburn Doubledays and the Lansing Lugnuts, and batted a combined .224 with 5 home runs and 46 RBI.[38] The following year, he played a full season in Lansing and improved his results, batting .277 with 16 home runs and 57 RBI.[38] In 2010, McDade played 128 games for the Dunedin Blue Jays and hit .267 with 21 home runs and 64 RBI.[38]

McDade played the 2011 season with the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats, batting .281 with 16 home runs and 74 RBI in 125 games. He was added to the Blue Jays 40 man roster on November 18, 2011.[39] McDade started the 2012 season with the New Hampshire, and was later promoted to the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s. In a combined 118 games, he hit .285 with 17 home runs and 65 RBI. McDade was designated for assignment on November 20, 2012.[40] He was claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Indians on November 30,[41] and started the 2013 season with the Triple-A Columbus Clippers. He was later claimed off waivers by the Chicago White Sox and optioned to the Triple-A Charlotte Knights.[42] In 2013, McDade batted .250 with 10 home runs and 53 RBI.[38]

He signed a minor league deal with the Blue Jays on March 14, 2014,[43] and was assigned to Triple-A Buffalo Bisons. McDade was reassigned to Double-A New Hampshire on April 3, before the minor league season began. He was promoted to Buffalo on July 11 when Dan Johnson was promoted to the Blue Jays. McDade batted .242 in 85 games in 2014, and hit 7 home runs and 36 RBI.[38]


Roberto Osuna[edit]

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Osuna and the second or maternal family name is Qunitero.
Roberto Osuna
Toronto Blue Jays
Pitcher
Born: (1995-02-07) February 7, 1995 (age 19)
Juan José Ríos, Sinaloa, Mexico
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Roberto Osuna Qunitero (born February 7, 1995) is a Mexican professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Osuna was acquired by the Blue Jays as a 16-year-old from the Diablos Rojos del México for $1.5 million in August 2011.[44] On July 26, 2013, Osuna was ranked number 58 on MLB's revised Top 100 Prospects list, and the number 2 prospect in the Blue Jays organization.[45][46] As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 5 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Osuna began the 2012 season with the Bluefield Blue Jays of the Appalachian League, but was promoted to the Vancouver Canadians of the Northwest League after posting a 1–0 record with a 1.50 earned run average in 7 appearances (4 starts).[47] Osuna made his Canadians debut on July 28, 2012, striking out 13 batters over 5 innings, and leaving with a 5–1 lead. The Canadians would lose the game, 7–6.[48] Osuna is the nephew of former major leaguer Antonio Osuna.[49] On January 29, Osuna was named number 90 on MLB's Top 100 Prospects list.[50]

Osuna started the 2013 season with the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League. On May 9, 2013, it was announced that Osuna had torn his ulnar collateral ligament, an injury that usually requires Tommy John surgery.[51][52] Osuna met with Dr. James Andrews, and was advised to rest and rehab the injury, rather than undergo surgery. He returned from the disabled list on June 9, 2013, and pitched 5 shutout innings for Lansing.[53] Osuna underwent Tommy John surgery in July 2013,[54] and made his first rehab appearance since the procedure on July 8, 2014, pitching 1 inning for the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays.[55] He was then promoted to the High-A Dunedin Blue Jays and made 7 starts before the end of the season, posting a 0–2 record, a 6.55 ERA, and 30 strikeouts in 22 innings.[47]


Dwight Smith, Jr.[edit]

Dwight Smith, Jr.
Toronto Blue Jays
Outfielder
Born: (1992-10-26) October 26, 1992 (age 21)
Peachtree City, Georgia
Bats: Left Throws: Right

John Dwight Smith (born October 26, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. He is the son of former Major League Baseball player Dwight Smith.[56]

Smith attended McIntosh High School and was drafted by the Blue Jays in the 1st round (53rd overall) of the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft.[57][58] Smith made his professional baseball debut in 2012 and split the season with the Rookie Bluefield Blue Jays and Low-A Vancouver Canadians, hitting a combined .212 with 4 home runs and 29 runs batted in (RBI).[58] He spent the 2013 season with the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts, where he batted .284 in 109 games, with 7 home runs, 46 RBI, and 25 stolen bases.[58]

Smith was promoted to the High-A Dunedin Blue Jays for the 2014 season. On April 6, 2014, he hit a pair of solo home runs against Cole Hamels, the first two home run game of his career.[59] On August 26, the Blue Jays organization announced that Smith would play for the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League at the completion of the 2014 season.[60] He finished the 2014 season having batted .284 in 121 games played, with 12 home runs and 60 RBI. He stole 15 bases, and posted an OPS over .800 for the first time in his career.[58]


Matt Smoral[edit]

Matt Smoral
Toronto Blue Jays
Pitcher
Born: (1994-03-18) March 18, 1994 (age 20)
Solon, Ohio
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Matthew Vincent Smoral (born March 18, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 20 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Smoral attended Solon High School and was drafted in the supplemental first round (50th overall) of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft by the Blue Jays. The 50th selection was awarded to Toronto for the loss of free agent Frank Francisco. He had been considered by many to be one of the top high school pitchers available, but suffered a broken foot shortly before the draft that lowered his draft position.[1] Smoral had a commitment to attend the University of North Carolina, but signed with the Blue Jays for a $2 million signing bonus instead.[61] He played his first professional season in 2013 with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays, where he made 15 appearances (5 starts), and posted a 0–2 record, 7.01 earned run average, and 27 strikeouts over 2513 innings.[62] Smoral began the 2014 season with the Bluefield Blue Jays, and was promoted to the Low-A Vancouver Canadians on August 8.[63] In 14 total appearances (8 starts), he posted a 4–3 record with a 3.19 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 5323 innings pitched.[62]


Richard Urena[edit]

Richard Urena
Toronto Blue Jays
Shortstop
Born: (1996-02-26) February 26, 1996 (age 18)
San Francisco de Macorís, Duarte, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Richard Urena Castillo (born February 26, 1996) is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 19 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Urena was signed as an international free agent by the Blue Jays for $725,000 in 2012,[64] and played his first professional season split between the Dominican Summer League Blue Jays and Gulf Coast League Blue Jays. In 64 games with the DSL Blue Jays, he batted .296 with 1 home run and 35 RBI. He then played 7 games in the Gulf Coast League, batting .333 with 3 RBI.[65] Urena was promoted to the Bluefield Blue Jays of the Appalachian League for the start of the 2014 season, and recorded a 28-game streak of reaching base safely.[66] In 53 games, he batted .318 with 2 home runs and 20 RBI before he was promoted to the Low-A Vancouver Canadians on August 21.[67][65] Urena appeared in 9 games for Vancouver, batting .242 with 5 RBI.[65]


Alberto Tirado[edit]

Alberto Tirado
Toronto Blue Jays
Pitcher
Born: (1994-12-10) December 10, 1994 (age 19)
Nagua, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Alberto Tirado (born December 10, 1994) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. As of the 2014 midseason update, he is considered the number 15 prospect in the Blue Jays organization by MLB.[1]

Tirado signed with the Blue Jays as an international free agent in July 2011 for $300,000.[68] He began his career in 2012 with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays, where he made 11 starts and posted a 1–2 record with an earned run average of 2.68 in 37 innings pitched.[69] Tirado would finish the 2012 season with the Bluefield Blue Jays, earning a 2–0 record and 2.45 ERA in 3 starts.[69] In 2013, he would make 12 appearances for Bluefield, 8 of which were starts, and posted a 3–0 record with an impressive 1.68 ERA over 4813 innings.[69] Prior to the 2014 season, Baseball Prospectus rated Tirado as the 76th best prospect in baseball.[70]

Tirado began the 2014 season with the Low-A Vancouver Canadians and made 17 appearances (3 starts). He was then promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts and made another 13 appearances, 7 of which were starts. In total, Tirado posted a 2–2 record with a 5.00 ERA and 76 strikeouts over 7523 innings.[69]


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Double-A[edit]

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  • 32 John Anderson
  • 45 Dustin Antolin
  • 41 Austin Bibens-Dirkx
  • 30 Richard Bleier
  • 35 Randy Boone
  • 27 Scott Gracey
  • 43 Gregory Infante
  • 19 Justin Jackson
  • 26 Casey Lawrence
  • 44 Michael Lee Injury icon 2.svg
  • 14 Blake McFarland
  • -- Sergio Santos
  • 31 Ben White
  • -- Tyler Ybarra Injury icon 2.svg

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  • 29 Yusuf Carter Injury icon 2.svg
  •  8 Derrick Chung
  • 39 Jack Murphy
  • 13 Sean Ochinko

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  •  5 Jon Berti
  • 11 Andy Burns
  •  2 Andy Fermin Injury icon 2.svg
  •  6 Jorge Flores
  • 16 K. C. Hobson
  • 40 Mike McDade Injury icon 2.svg
  • 23 Kevin Nolan

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  • 16 Danny Barnes
  • 31 Matt Boyd
  • 26 Wil Browning
  • 19 Hunter Carnevale Injury icon 2.svg
  • 35 Miguel Castro
  • 44 Kramer Champlin
  • 20 Taylor Cole
  •  5 Tony Davis
  • 18 Chad Girodo
  • 52 Jesse Hernandez
  • 28 Griffin Murphy Injury icon 2.svg
  • 46 Efrain Nieves
  • 24 Roberto Osuna
  • 50 Arik Sikula

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  •  6 Aaron Munoz Injury icon 2.svg
  • 43 Santiago Nessy Injury icon 2.svg
  • 48 Pierce Rankin
  • 22 Jorge Saez

Infielders

  • 27 L. B. Dantzler
  • 13 Emilio Guerrero
  • 14 Christian Lopes
  •  7 Peter Mooney
  • 33 Mitch Nay
  • 21 Shane Optiz
  • 38 Kevin Patterson

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Class A[edit]

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  • 32 Brad Allen
  • 39 Adonys Cardona Injury icon 2.svg
  • 38 Jimmy Cordero
  • -- Shane Dawson Injury icon 2.svg
  • 36 Chase De Jong Injury icon 2.svg
  • 46 Matt Dermody
  • 17 Brady Dragmire
  •  7 Roberto Espinosa
  • 34 Jeremy Gabryszewski
  • 11 Alonzo Gonzalez
  • 33 Francisco Gracesqui
  • 19 Joe Lovecchio
  • 18 Brent Powers
  • 35 Tom Robson Injury icon 2.svg
  • 45 Scott Silverstein
  • 10 Starlyn Suriel
  • 27 Chase Wellbrock

Catchers

  •  6 Daniel Klein
  • 37 Chris Schaeffer

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  •  8 D. J. Davis
  •  3 Chaz Frank
  • 14 David Harris
  • 15 Derrick Loveless

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Vancouver Canadians roster
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  • 17 Brett Barber
  • 30 Mark Biggs
  • 25 Ryan Borucki
  • 37 Andrew Case
  • 20 Yeyfry Del Rosario
  • 33 Jose Fernandez
  •  3 Adaric Kelly
  • 16 Phil Kish
  • 22 Michael Kraft
  • 47 Jairo Labourt
  • 15 Daniel Lietz
  • 28 Chase Mallard
  • 15 Garrett Pickens Injury icon 2.svg
  • 29 Sean Reid-Foley
  •  9 Justin Shafer
  • 45 Matt Smoral
  • 38 Alberto Tirado
  • -- Colton Turner Injury icon 2.svg
  • -- Jonathon Wandling
  • 13 Zak Wasilewski

Catchers

  • 27 Seth Conner
  • 12 Michael De La Cruz
  •  6 Max Pentecost
  • 23 Mike Reeves

Infielders

  •  4 Franklin Barreto
  • 39 Gunnar Heidt
  • 10 Tim Locastro
  •  5 Alexis Maldonado
  • 14 Ryan McBroom
  •  8 Ryan Metzler
  • 46 Rowdy Tellez
  • -- Richard Urena
  • 24 Christian Vazquez

Outfielders

  •  1 Chris Carlson
  • 19 Boomer Collins
  • -- Jonathan Davis
  •  2 Roemon Fields
  •  7 Brenden Kalfus
  • 18 Trent Miller

Manager

  • 44 John Schneider

Coaches

  • 11 Dave Pano (hitting)
  • 21 Jeff Ware (pitching)


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Rookie-Advanced[edit]

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  • 19 Joey Aquino
  •  1 Miguel Burgos
  • 14 Oscar Cabrera
  • 25 Conor Fisk
  • 29 Conner Greene
  • 33 Alberto Guzman
  • 37 Grayson Huffman
  • 28 Dusty Isaacs
  • 41 Tim Mayza
  • 45 Carlos Ramirez
  • 27 Francisco Rios
  •  8 Jordan Romano
  • 13 Evan Smith
  • 34 Jesus Tinoco
  • -- Kamakani Usui

Catchers

  •  6 Kevin Garcia
  • 30 Dan Jansen
  • 21 Andres Sotillo

Infielders

  •  2 Aaron Attaway
  • 23 Gabriel Cenas
  •  9 Austin Davis
  • 32 Lydell Moseby
  •  7 Angel Rojas
  •  3 Rolando Segovia

Outfielders

  • 24 Josh Almonte
  • 22 Jacob Anderson
  • 17 Jesus Gonzalez
  • 22 Sean Hurley
  • 36 James Lynch
  • -- Lane Thomas

Manager

Coaches

  • -- Cesar Martin (batting)
  • 11 Antonio Caceres (pitching)


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Rookie[edit]

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Pitchers

  • 21 J.T. Autrey
  • 10 Jacob Brentz
  •  9 Joe Claver
  • 26 Francisco Diaz
  • 30 Francis Eduardo
  • 47 Brandon Hinkle
  • -- Jeff Hoffman
  • 44 Turner Lee
  • 24 Patrick Murphy Injury icon 2.svg
  • 51 Angel Perdomo
  • 34 Sean Ratcliffe
  • 20 Daniel Rodriguez
  • 35 Hansel Rodriguez
  • 43 Jonathan Torres
  • 38 Nick Wells
  • 32 Bobby Wheatley

Catchers

  • 22 Javier Hernandez
  • 36 Matt Morgan
  • 28 Brett Wellman

Infielders

  • 13 Deiferson Barreto
  • 14 Dean Bell
  •  4 Andrew Florides
  • 16 Edwin Fuentes
  •  5 Yeltsin Gudino
  • 41 Juan Kelly
  •  1 Trey Pascazi

Outfielders

  •  2 Cliff Brantley
  • 31 Andres De Aza
  • 19 Nathan DeSouza
  • 18 Angel Gomez
  •  3 Dave Pepe
  • 23 Freddy Rodriguez
  • 21 Juan Tejada

Manager

  •  6 Kenny Graham

Coaches

  • 33 Paul Elliott (hitting)
  • 17 Willie Collazo (pitching)
  •  8 Danny Solano (coach)


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Dominican Summer League[edit]

Dominican Summer League Blue Jays roster
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Pitchers

  • 84 Wilfri Aleton
  • 30 Manuel Cordova
  • 49 Guillermo De La Cruz
  • 55 Denis Diaz
  • 68 Jose Diaz
  • 90 Pedro Diaz
  • 54 Luis Gomez
  • 50 Osman Gutierrez
  • 22 Yonardo Herdenez
  • 51 Juliandry Higuera
  • 66 Erick Hurtado
  • -- Kelyn Jose
  • 34 Wilmin Lara
  • -- Ronald Manchego ‡
  • 18 Jeffry Martinez
  • 76 Jose Nova
  • 20 Juan Nunez
  • 87 Carlos Rodriguez Injury icon 2.svg
  • 45 Jairo Rosario
  • 60 Luis Sanchez
  • 81 Thony Vinicio
  • 35 William Zambrano
  • -- Luis Zerpa ‡

Catchers

  • 16 Manuel Herazo

Infielders

  • 62 Jean Almanzar
  • 25 Miguel Almonte
  • 33 Ronniel Demorizi
  • 58 Luis Dominguez
  • 26 Bryan Lizardo
  • 74 Enmanuel Moreta
  •  7 Jesus Severino
  •  7 Junior Vasquez

Outfielders

  • 88 Eddy Alcantara
  • 71 Antony Fuentes Injury icon 2.svg
  • 21 Leudy Garcia
  • -- Edward Olivares
  • 59 Rodrigo Orozco
  • 80 Francisco Rodriguez

Manager

  • -- Jose Mateo

Coaches

  • -- Rafael Lazo (pitching)
  • -- Oswaldo Peraza (pitching)
  • -- Carlos Villalobos (hitting)


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