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TSN's Top 50 Blue Jays Prospects 2023: 50-26

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By: Scott Mitchell From using the minor-league system to build a potential championship core of position players, to peddling prospects as trade chips for almost two years now, the philosophy of how the Toronto Blue Jays are employing their farm system is changing once again.

There will still be players shipped out to supplement the big-league roster later this year, but the focus now is on developing a consistent pipeline of starting pitching that allows the team to keep things sustainable because going out and buying all of it — as they’ve mostly done other than Alek Manoah — can't go on forever.

Thanks to those aforementioned deals, it’s just an average system overall these days, headlined by a potential ace, some intriguing bats and a number of close-to-ready arms that could help add some much needed swing-and-miss to the big-league bullpen in the near future.

I won’t bore you with anymore preamble. Here’s a quick look at how my top 50 lists have broken down in each of the past four years if you want to go back in time: As always, special thanks to the people who contributed to this ranking over the winter, and a big thank you to those who enjoy reading it every year.

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