Marc Hulet

  • joined Feb 02, 2011
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The 2010 Amateur Draft: The Prospects that Got Away

After years of focusing on college players, the Toronto Blue Jays draft efforts began focusing on higher-ceiling prep players in the last four years and put an emphasis on high school players in 2010. As a result a number of interesting names went unsigned due to college commitments and budget limitations. With many of the players now sophomores in college, we're taking a look at how they're performing.

More on the Prospects Added to the 40-Man Roster

The Toronto Blue Jays have added four prospects to the 40-man roster in advance of the Rule 5 draft that will be held in early December. The top prospects added were catcher Travis d'Arnaud and pitcher Nestor Molina.

Jays Sign Big Arm to Minor League Deal

Looking for bargains on the reliever free agent market, the Toronto Blue Jays organization has signed Jerry Gil to a minor league deal. The converted shortstop can hit the mid-90s with his fastball but has only been pitching full time since 2009.

Janssen Could Be the Key Man in the 2012 Toronto Bullpen

With so much movement in the Jays bullpen since the beginning of 2011, right-hander Casey Janssen may be the most important arm in the bullpen in '12.

More on the Kimball Claim

Tom already posted a quick note on the Jays' claim of Washington Nationals' relief prospect Cole Kimball. I have a little more info after the jump.  The Toronto Blue Jays knows how to find a...

Toronto Should Target Clint Barmes at Second Base

The Toronto Blue Jays should focus on former Rockie and Astro Clint Barmes to fill its hole at second base. The infielder provided above-average defense at shortstop for the Astros in 2011 and has experience at the keystone.

Ryan Doumit Fits Toronto Like a Glove

Free agent catcher Ryan Doumit, formerly of the Pittsburgh Pirates, makes a lot of sense for the Toronto Blue Jays. He's already turned down a one-year, $3 million contract from the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Latin Signings > First Round Pick

The recently-announced signings out of Latin America should help Toronto Blue Jays fans forget about missing out on first round draft pick Tyler Beede. The organization signed four players that could probably go in the first two rounds of the amateur draft if they were eligible.

Scouting Report: Joel Carreno

After seeing success with reliever Luis Perez, the Toronto Blue Jays have promoted his former Dominican Summer League teammate Joel Carreno to work out of the club's bullpen.

Toronto Scores Big With Impressive Draft Haul

Missing out on its first-round pick did not dampen the Blue Jays' draft haul. An in-depth analysis of the stellar draft by prospect expert Marc Hulet.

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