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Roberto Osuna
Roberto Osuna
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I am now working on the Miami Marlins Top 20 prospects list for 2017. The next team in line is the Toronto Blue Jays, to be followed by the Cincinnati Reds, the Seattle Mariners, and finally the San Diego Padres. After that we will review and revise all lists to account for trades and work on a Top 175 prospects lists for all of MLB.

Use this thread to discuss the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Possible points for discussion include, but are certainly not limited to:

****The Blue Jays finished at 89-73 in 2016, second place in the American League Eastern Division. What are your expectations for 2017? Do they post a similar performance? Can they significantly improve? Or do they fall back towards .500?

****What's next for Aaron Sanchez? Is this his peak?

****Roberto Osuna is an established closer now but is still just 21 years old (22 next month). Is he going to be closing games five years from now? 10 years? Or will his arm fall off at some point?

****What's your projected, realistic timeline for Vladimir Guerrero Jr.?

****Anthony Alford, Conner Greene, and Richard Urena: Same question.

****As always, feel free to share your sleepers or discuss anything else Blue Jays-oriented.