The Blue Jays might be unwatchable right now, but there are plenty of Large Adult Sons down in the farm system worth paying attention to. Here’s a post featuring updates on a handful of prospects returning from injuries/suspensions:
After missing a month-and-a-half because of a broken hand, Toronto’s top prospect resumed playing this week with Single-A Dunedin. Bichette made a joke of Single-A competition, going 6-for-11 with a couple of doubles, five walks, and just three strikeouts. The hilarious thing here is that, at the age of 21, Bichette is still one of the youngest players in the league.
Bichette will re-join the Buffalo Bisons on Thursday. I don’t expect he’ll be there for very long. The Major League Baseball trade deadline is just over a month away and moving either Eric Sogard or Freddy Galvis would open up a spot for Bichette to join the Blue Jays. If I had to venture a guess, I would bet Sogard, who’s having a shockingly-good season, would be the one to get dealt while Galvis sticks around as a veteran presence. Who knows. CALL HIM UP!
After missing the first two months …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation