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Toronto Blue Jays' Top 10 Prospects Rankings, Spring Forecasts
Courtesy of mlive.com

Had it not been for a pair blockbuster trades with the Miami Marlins and New York Mets this offseason, the Blue Jays could have possessed five consensus top-100 prospects in Travis d’Arnaud, Aaron Sanchez, Jake Marisnick, Noah Syndergaard and Justin Nicolino. Although Sanchez is the only remaining player after each respective trade, the organization still boasts a host of young, projectable talent.

Although they lack a near big league-ready prospect, it’s conceivable that both Sean Nolin and Marcus Stroman will reach the majors by the end of the season. And despite trading d’Arnaud, the top catching prospect in the game, the Blue Jays still have some serious depth behind the plate.

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