Up until the recent blockbuster trade with the Miami Marlins, the Blue Jays possessed five consensus top-100 prospects in Travis d’Arnaud, Aaron Sanchez, Jake Marisnick, Noah Syndergaard and Justin Nicolino. Even with Marisnick and Nicolino no longer in the mix, the organization still boasts one of the finest and more projectable farm systems in the game.
Although d’Arnaud is only player regarded as nearly big-league-ready, their depth of high-upside pitching prospects has the potential to yield one of the best homegrown rotations in recent memory. Furthermore, as an organization that’s also loaded with depth behind the plate, the Blue Jays could conceivably execute a trade to land additional talent at the major-league level, if needed.
Here’s a look at the Toronto Blue Jays’ top 10 prospects.