The Blue Jays made one September call-up as Major League roster expanded today. It wasn’t an exciting one. They added non-prospect Beau Taylor to the big league roster, who was claimed off waivers from Oakland a couple of weeks ago, in order to give the team some more catching depth.
But what about actual prospects? Who should we expect to see when the Minor League season comes to an end tomorrow?
Let’s start with the guys who are already on the 40-man roster. Thomas Pannone, Sean Reid-Foley, Justin Shafer, and Brock Stewart, all guys we’ve seen with the Jays during the season, are sure to be up once Buffalo’s season comes to an end. Richard Urena will re-join the team and I imagine Jonathan Davis and Anthony Alford will too. It won’t be easy for Charlie Montoyo will find those three aforementioned guys playing time, but it’s worthwhile to have them around.
The trickier ones are the 40-man arms who are currently pitching in Double-A. New Hampshire’s season will also end on Monday, making Hector Perez, Patrick Murphy, and Yennsy Diaz all options to join the Jays. We saw Diaz make a spot …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation