2013 Toronto Blue Jays Consensus Top 34 Prospects

Introduction

I have created a cumulative prospect list for each team based on other (more knowledgeable) peoples’ lists. Each time a prospect appears on a list, he gets a number of points (21 minus his ranking). The prospect with the largest amount of points is ranked first. I will be posting each team once they have been completed by all of my sources. You can find a link to all of the other teams top prospects on the Team Prospects page. Clicking on the links below will take you to the team’s list on each respective site.

You can also view the 2012 Toronto Blue Jays prospect list.

Lists

Baseball America

Baseball Instinct

Baseball Prospect Nation

Baseball Prospectus

Bullpen Banter

Fangraphs

Keith Law (ESPN Insider)

Minor League Ball (John Sickels)

Major League Baseball (Jonathan Mayo)

MLB Prospect Portal

Razzball

Prospect 361

The List

The “Change” column describes how the prospect’s status changed from 2012. A positive number means the prospect moved up in the list, while a negative number means he moved down. A prospect’s name is green if he is new to the organization this year.

Rank Player Total Change
1 Aaron Sanchez 239 8
2 Roberto Osuna 214 26
3 D.J. Davis 203 1st Rd Draft
4 Marcus Stroman 200 1st Rd Draft
5 Matt Smoral 179 Comp A Draft
6 Daniel Norris 178 1
7 Sean Nolin 158
8 John Stilson 104 15
9 Santiago Nessy 77
10 Alberto Tirado 73 Dominican IFA
11 A.J. Jimenez 64 0
12 Adonys Cardona 60 -2
13 Anthony Alford 57 3rd Rd Draft
14 Deck McGuire 46 -6
14 Christian Lopes 46
16 Chase DeJong 42 2nd Rd Draft
17 Franklin Barreto 36 Venezuelan IFA
18 Tyler Gonzales 27 Comp A Draft
19 Mitch Nay 26 Comp A Draft
20 Kevin Pillar 23
21 Matt Dean 17 -1
22 Dwight Smith Jr. 16 -3
23 Yeyfry Del Rosario 10
24 Jacob Anderson 8 -11
24 Dawel Lugo 8 Dominican IFA
26 Chad Jenkins 6 -1
27 Dalton Pompey 5
28 Griffin Murphy 4
29 Chris Hawkins 3 -13
29 Ryan Goins 3
31 Jeremy Gabryszwski 2
31 Danny Barnes 2
33 Andy Burns 1
33 Javier Avendano 1

Here is a spreadsheet that contains all of the 2013 Toronto Blue Jays prospect rankings in one place.

2012 Prospects Not on 2013 List

Graduated:
Anthony Gose, #3
Drew Hutchison, #5
Moises Sierra, #25

Traded:
Travis d’Arnaud, #1 – to the Mets in the R.A. Dickey trade
Jake Marisnick, #2 - to the Marlins in the Jose Reyes trade
Noah Syndergaard, #4 - to the Mets in the R.A. Dickey trade
Justin Nicolino, #6 – to the Marlins in the Jose Reyes trade
Adeiny Hechavarria, #12 - to the Marlins in the Jose Reyes trade
Asher Wojciechowski, #14 – to the Astros in the most boring 10-player deal ever
Joe Musgrove, #15 - to the Astros in the most boring 10-player deal ever
Carlos Perez, #17 - to the Astros in the most boring 10-player deal ever
Kevin Comer, #18 - to the Astros in the most boring 10-player deal ever

Dropped Off:
Marcus Knecht, #21
Dickie Joe Thon, #22
Joel Carreno, #24
Kellen Sweeney, #27
Michael Crouse, #28

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One Comment on “2013 Toronto Blue Jays Consensus Top 34 Prospects”

  1. [...] St. John of Steal Of Home gives us the Jays’ consensus top 34 prospects list, which he’s comprised based on the [...]


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