With the MLB June draft taking place this weekend, we have been taking a look back at the best and worst picks in Toronto Blue Jays history.
A few weeks ago, we looked at some of the most disappointing Jays picks. This week, we're focusing on the positive.
Becoming a legitimate contender in the American League East is not easy. While the Red Sox and Yankees typically build through free agency, the Blue Jays teams that won the AL East and the World Series in the '80s and '90s had a mix of free agents and well-developed prospects.
This weekend, Jays fans will no doubt focus on the first few picks the franchise makes, but it's important to remember that occasionally the best players come from the later rounds.
There are plenty to choose from, but here's a look at some of the best picks in Jays history.