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Blue Jays Top Left-Handed Pitchers

In continuing our ranking of the top Blue Jays prospects by position, and a preview of our Top 50 ranking, today we release the Jays top left-handed pitchers.

Brett Cecil Cecil dominated the NY-Penn League in his pro debut, but there was a lot made about his future role. While some scouts view Cecil, strictly as a reliever, some do see his potential to be a starter. The Blue Jays took it easy with Cecil, limiting his pitch count to between 45-60 for most of the season, however, they did extend it to 90 by the end of the season. The Jays organization... Recommended Stories

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