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The Toronto Blue Jays Roster Tree Route Map, now including a circuit for non-roster members of the 60-man player pool.
The Toronto Blue Jays Roster Tree Route Map, now including a circuit for non-roster members of the 60-man player pool.
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Toronto Blue Jays Roster Tree Route Map: 60-Man Player Pool Edition

A new update to the roster graphic now includes an additional loop for the non-roster players on the Blue Jays’ Summer Camp list.

The circuit featuring non-roster players on the Blue Jays’ 60-man player pool has been added to the Toronto Blue Jays Roster Tree Route Map in pink. See the full map here.

As the this player pool represents all Blue Jays who are actively training or playing, I felt it would be useful to add all members to the roster tree during the 2020 season. A few notes:

  • KAY is attached to WOODS RICHARDSON as an interchange as both Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods Richardson were acquired in the same trade for Marcus Stroman.
  • Similarly, BAKER–WALL is attached to Spanberger as an interchange because Bryan Baker, Forrest Wall, and Chad Spanberger were acquired for Seunghwan Oh.
  • The Jays acquired Patrick Kivlehan via a cash trade with the Pirates last season so KIVLEHAN appears as a trade acquisition without a connection to another player.
  • PEARSON is connected to Encarnacion because Nate Pearson was the 28th overall selection in 2017, a draft pick the Jays received in compensation for the departure of free agent Edwin Encarnacion.

The most up-to-date Roster Tree can always be found at https://www.bluebirdbanter.com/pages/blue-jays-roster-tree.

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