I took a look at the pitchers who will be headed to Dunedin in the next little bit yesterday, so, today, I’ll finish off by talking about all of the position players.
OF Anthony Alford: Once a top prospect of the Blue Jays, Anthony Alford has struggled with injuries and consistency at the plate, resulting in him falling down the depth chart the past couple of seasons. Alford is out of options, so if he doesn’t crack the team out of spring training, he’ll have to be exposed to waivers.
IF Bo Bichette: Toronto’s No. 2 prospect behind Vlad Jr. came up and stole the spotlight last August, slashing a .311/.358/.571 line over 46 games. Bichette is this year’s starting shortstop, the bigger question is who backs him up.
IF Cavan Biggio: One of last year’s pleasant surprises was how well Cavan Biggio performed in his rookie season. Biggio never had the same hype as Bo or Vlad but you’d have never known that based on how he played in 2019. He’ll be the team’s starting second baseman this year but we’ …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation