2014 has been a turbulent year for the Toronto Blue Jays up to this point. Ironically, it has also been an up-and-down season for several of the team’s top prospects in the minor leagues.

While some players in Toronto’s farm system that were on the fringe previously have emerged as bona fide prospects this year, other players have regressed and seen their stocks significantly drop.

The 2014 MLB draft has also thrown the Blue Jays’ previous top-10 prospects list in flux, as some of the team’s newly drafted players have altered the organizational depth chart. This led me to create a new, unofficial list for the purpose of this article.

With that being said, let’s take a look at how Toronto’s current top 10 prospects did during Week 16 (July 13-July 20) and if their overall stocks rose or dropped based on their performances.


*No. 3 prospect Jeff Hoffman has not played this season and is not on this list.

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