The Toronto Blue Jays entered the 2019 season with low expectations in a rebuilding year, so their 67-95 record was not surprising. The bright spot of the season was the development of promising young hitters like Bo Bichette, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Cavan Biggio, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The lackluster performance by the starting rotation was the main negative of this past year. Let’s delve further into Year Two of the rebuild for the Blue Jays.
The Super Bowl is a mere week away. While many are getting excited, it means spring is just right around the corner. Most importantly, it means pitchers and catchers and the official kick-off of spring training.
Each year, teams converge in both Florida and Arizona for their respective preseasons. It also means one thing: prospects. While many prospects will not see time facing major league competition outside of spring training, it gives executives and fans alike the ability to see what teams have and more importantly, who.