The Toronto Blue Jays' No. 1 top prospect, Travis d'Arnaud, may have had a slow start to the 2012 season, but he has turned that around and is having a strong season so far playing for Triple-A Las Vegas. After being named the best defensive catcher in a 2011 poll of Eastern League managers, d'Arnaud is living up to the honor. He led the league with a.542 slugging percentage in 2011.
In the wake of signing backup catcher Jeff Mathis to a contract extension through 2015, the Toronto Blue Jays are in a bind for 2013 over whether to start J.P. Arencibia or prospect Travis d'Arnaud behind the plate. Although that mi... Read Post
The Toronto Blue Jays have made another series of roster cuts, leaving 41 players who remain in the Toronto spring training camp. Travis d'Arnaud and Mike McDade are two prospects among those who were cut from the roster. Although t... Read Post