Ranking Toronto Blue Jays' Best Minor League Bargaining Chips

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Ranking Toronto Blue Jays' Best Minor League Bargaining Chips
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The Toronto Blue Jays desperately need to make some changes after going 16-23 in their last 39 games and falling out of first place in the American League East. The team now faces an uphill climb to get back to the top of the division, as it trails the Baltimore Orioles by four games.

With the July 31 MLB trade deadline now just two weeks away, time is quickly running out for the Blue Jays to make an impact move.

With issues in the bullpen, starting rotation and at second base, Toronto has a lot of holes that it needs to take care of in order to make a run down the stretch.

Like any team with aspirations to contend, the Blue Jays can’t afford to move any of their major league players. This means that all of the team’s best trade chips will come from the minors.

While Toronto’s farm system isn’t as deep as it once was before the team made two high-profile trades in 2012, it still contains several talented prospects that other teams would love to have.

Let’s take a look at some of the Blue Jays’ best minor league bargaining chips.

*All stats are from MILB.com

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