Toronto Blue Jays 2015 Top 20 Prospects
The Blue Jays made the playoffs for the first time since 1992 this past season and a major part of that run was Troy Tulowitzki, who was traded to Toronto in July. The Blue Jays saw two of their best prospects in Jeff Hoffman and Miguel Castro head south to Colorado in the deal. The club also lost Daniel Norris in the deal that sent David Price to Canada. The farm system has lost a lot in terms of high value trade prospects, but the major league club now has the talent to be a contender for a few years.
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★★★★★★ – Superstar player that has the potential to make an instant impact in the Major Leagues. This player is a future MVP or Cy Young Candidate.
★★★★★ – Great player at his respected position. Has the potential to be a number one starter if he’s a pitcher. Has All-Star potential, but isn’t on the superstar level.
★★★★ – A good everyday player, but not on the great level. A good number two or three if he’s a pitcher.
★★★ – Major League potential, but most likely just a bench player or number 4 or 5 starter. A chance they will spend most of their career in the minors.