Team to watch
The best place to watch Blue Jays prospects is probably Toronto, as six of their top 10 prospects began the season in the big leagues. Among their Minor League affiliates, Class A Advanced Dunedin was the launching point for Daniel Norris' and Dalton Pompey's rise to the big leagues last year and will again feature some of the top talent in the organization. Third baseman Mitch Nay will anchor the lineup and left-hander Jairo Labourt, last year's Northwest League ERA champion, headlines the rotation.
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New Hampshire Fisher Cats
On the shelf
Right-hander Jeff Hoffman and catcher Max Pentecost, the Blue Jays' top two picks in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, will begin their first full professional seasons in extended spring training as they continue to rehab from surgery. Hoffman is still recovering from Tommy John surgery he underwent last May, while Pentecost is working his way back from surgery last October to repair a partially torn right labrum.
Teddy Cahill is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @tedcahill. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.