Source: Shi Davidi, Sportsnet.ca, September 6, 2017
TORONTO – Between the rapid rise of prospects Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette, and the relentless big-league roster churn that led to 11 players debuting in the majors, the 2017 season was a busy and productive one for the Toronto Blue Jays farm system.
Led by Guerrero and Bichette after their July promotions, advanced-A Dunedin is one of the organization’s three minor-league teams to reach the post-season, joining short-season-A Vancouver and rookie Bluefield, which lost in the Appalachian League’s East Division final to the Pulaski Yankees.
While winning is important, the system’s ultimate measure is in the development path of the Blue Jays’ top prospects, and as always there were varying degrees of progress on that front.
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