Can Prospects Pitch Now?

By on May 4, 2015

 

The Blue Jays first round pick in last June's draft, ninth overall, Jeff Hoffman had his longest outing on Monday since Tommy John Surgery last May 14.  Over four innings Hoffman allowed one run on four hits walking none and striking out three.  His fastball topped out at 97 MPH while his curve dropped in at 75 MPH.  Hoffman is scheduled to throw another four innings on Saturday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

The Blue Jays first round pick in last June’s draft, ninth overall, Jeff Hoffman had his longest outing on Monday since Tommy John Surgery last May 14. Over four innings Hoffman allowed one run on four hits walking none and striking out three. His fastball topped out at 97 MPH while his curve dropped in at 75 MPH. Hoffman is scheduled to throw another four innings on Saturday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. Cardona (fractured right elbow) threw in extended spring on Monday with his fastball a consistent 93-94 MPH. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Right hander John Stilson (right shoulder surgery) faced just three hitters thanks to a double play on Monday against the Pirates extended squad at the Mattick Complex.  Stilson, Toronto's third round pick in the 2011 draft, did allow a single but needed just nine pitches for his one inning.  He will throw another inning on Wednesday before a possible move to Class-A Dunedin or Triple-A Buffalo where he was 2-0 last season. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Right hander John Stilson (right shoulder surgery) faced just three hitters thanks to a double play on Monday against the Pirates extended squad at the Mattick Complex. Stilson, Toronto’s third round pick in the 2011 draft, did allow a single but needed just nine pitches for his one inning. He will throw another inning on Wednesday before a possible move to Class-A Dunedin or Triple-A Buffalo where he was 2-0 last season. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

 

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