Robinson Diaz signed with the Toronto Blue Jays as an undrafted free agent in 2000 out of Monte…
Jays Set 40-Man Roster for Rule 5 Draft
Curtis Thigpen, who will begin the year at Triple-A, and is the catcher of the future for Toronto, is more polished than Diaz, and a better player.
The Jays, however, didn't want to risk losing Diaz, and decided to protect him, since Thigpen did not have to be protected yet.
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