The Dunedin Blue Jays were, as is usually the case, the final team to post their starting roster for 2019. As expected, Nate Pearson headlines the club and it’s my opinion that he won’t be there all that long. If he pitches well, I think he’ll be in New Hampshire by the time the weather in the northeast improves.
Surprises? I’m surprised Yennsy Diaz was given the go-ahead to start in New Hampshire. I’m a little surprised that Nick Allgeyer was jumped over Lansing but, from what I saw of him in spring training, that was earned.
I had thought that newly acquired infielder Jesus Lopez might move up to Dunedin after a couple of seasons with time in Class-A but he’s not here.
I felt that Ryan Noda, Chavez Young and Demi Orimoloye would be shoo-ins for outfield spots in Dunedin and after moving names around on my spreadsheet, I had a hunch that Cal Stevenson would also join them.
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