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Toronto Blue Jays Top Young Pitchers, and a Catcher to Boot

The Toronto Blue Jays have a couple of young, interesting, prospects I'd like to introduce you to, for no particular reason.

Dustin McGowan RHP
23, 6'3", 220
1st round draft choice in 2000. Has 95+ heater, slider, curve that need work. Considered Toronto's top pitching prospect. Pitched 45 ML innings last season 34K 17BB 7HR.

Brandon League RHP
22, 6'3", 190
2nd round draft choice in 2001. 95+ heater, command needs work. Pitched 36 ML innings last season, 17K 20BB 8HR.

Sean Marcum RHP
23, 6'0", 180
3rd round draft choice in 2003. 90+ heater, A+ slider. Pitched 8 ML innings last season, 4K 4BB 0HR.

Zach  Jackson LHP
22, 6'5", 220
2004 first round draft choice. 90+ fastball with excellent movement. Changeup, Curveball delivered with excellent command.

David Purcey LHP
22, 6'5", 240
2004 first round draft choice. 90+ fastball, good movement. Excellent curveball, decent changeup.

Guillermo Quiroz C
24, 6'1", 202
undrafted from Venezuala. Considered Toronto's #3 prospect. A defensive stud throwing out 40+% of would be base stealers. Hits for power, low average.

Update [2005-12-7 14:24:19 by jacob]:
I always do these things in the wrong order. Anyway, here are some nice Blue Jay prospect lists.

Top Ten Prospects: Toronto Blue Jays
Batter's Box -- 2004 Farm Report: Top 30 Prospects
Blue Jays Farm Report