Josh Naylor’s offensive profile on the rise with Padres

James E. Clark, of the East Village Times, writes that when Eric Hosmer was signed in February 2018, most thought that meant the end of Mississauga, Ont., native Josh Naylor in a San Diego Padres uniform. That has not proven to be the case, as the young left-handed hitter turned himself into a serviceable outfielder. The Padres, in need of left-handed hitters, have given Naylor plenty of time in the outfield in the last few weeks. He has responded by putting up a .286/.354/.529 slash line in the last 30 days and 70 at-bats at the major league level.

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Casaletto: Ranking the Blue Jays' top 30 prospects - Part 1 - 15 to 30

Canadian Baseball Network writer Lucas Casaletto has ranked what he considers to be the top 30 Toronto Blue Jays prospects. This is part one of a two-part series that breaks down the players he considers to be the Blue Jays’ 15th to 30th best prospects. Casaletto also summarizes the performances of the team’s top prospects heading into the 2019 season that have graduated to the big league level.

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