The Blue Jays’ #2 prospect leads the list of the Dunedin Blue Jays being sent to the Florida State League All-Star Game on June 18 in Fort Myers.
Greene has put up some decent numbers, with a 3.12 ERA but a 1.52 WHIP, mostly due to 30 walks in 60 2/3 innings and only 36 strikeouts. Still, Greene is the owner of some electric stuff and has a ton of potential that he’s still figuring out how to harness.
Tim Mayza has, arguably, been the Blue Jays’ best reliever this year. Throwing in the high 90s with a wipeout slider, Mayza has a 1.48 ERA in 30 1/3 innings (usually throwing multiple innings in an appearance), striking out 37 and walking only eight.
Leblebijian may not play in the All-Star Game since he’s been promoted and has played three games with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, getting at least a hit in each of them and hitting a double and a home run in 13 at bats. In 200 at bats in Dunedin, Leblebijian hit .295/.362/.420 with seven doubles and six home runs.
Finally, while Ryan McBroom isn’t having the MVP-calibre season he had last year, he is hitting .248/.292/.414 in 222 at bats in the FSL, a notoriously tough league on hitters. He’s tied for third place in the league with eight home runs (although Lakeland’s Christin Stewart‘s 16 dingers has lapped the field) and is in the top 10 in doubles with 13.
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