As the 2013 minor league season comes to an end, it means the end of the year for some players. A few will join MLB clubs as September call-ups but many will begin to look forward to the 2014 season.
The Toronto Blue Jays farm system includes the Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A), New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Double-A), Dunedin Blue Jays (Single-A) and Lansing Lugnuts (Single-A), as well as a number of other teams including the Vancouver Canadians and Bluefield Blue Jays.
The Blue Jays have top prospects playing in every level of their minor league system and now have a full year of baseball on which to evaluate them.
So how did the Toronto Blue Jays top prospects fare this season? Let’s have a look.
The following rankings are courtesy of MLB.com
Statistics courtesy MiLB.com