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Stilson was mowing them down on Wednesday

BJMLN - Stilson Overpowering

DUNEDIN, FL - In this edition of the Blue Jays Minor League Notebook, right-hander John Stilson made mincemeat of the Yankees at Instructs on Wednesday and the offense was patient enough for the Blue Jays to double up the Bombers 6-3.

Lietz is working more on location right now

Lietz Making Adjustments

DUNEDIN, FL - The rookie Gulf Coast League level isn't about posting numbers for the most part, it's about getting your feet wet at the professional level and making adjustments. Daniel Lietz, Toronto's fifth round pick this year, is finding that out firsthand in 2013.

Meyer has walked just eight batters this season

Command Is Key For Meyer

DUNEDIN, FL - While his 6-foot-6 frame would suggest a lot of power in his game, the fact is Ajay Meyer doesn't have top-shelf stuff. However, blessed with an ability to command his pitches, he has experienced a lot of success in the relief role the past two years, including another fine season in Dunedin this year.

Sanchez has really improved his changeup

Sanchez On Course

DUNEDIN, FL - Blue Jays top pitching prospect Aaron Sanchez has developed one of the minor league's most electric repertoires. The 21-year-old is capable of reaching triple digits, such as on July 18th when he went head-to-head with Twins uber-prospect Byron Buxton. Sanchez acknowledged that he definitely was more dialed in than usual when facing off against Buxton.

Berti isn't just about the stolen bases

Berti Becoming A Force

DUNEDIN, FL - Since being drafted by the Blue Jays, Jon Berti hasn't been afraid to swipe a bag, but the five-foot-ten second baseman has become even more aggressive on the basepaths this season at Dunedin.

Hollon has allowed 2 hits in his first 4 games

Hollon Working To Be The Best

DUNEDIN, FL - Perhaps in an attempt to restock the farm system's presently thin collection of pitching prospects, Toronto spent its first nine picks on pitchers in June's Amateur draft. With 1st-round pick Phil Bickford electing to pursue a higher education at Cal State Fullerton, the brightest talent that the Blue Jays came away with in the draft was 2nd-round pick Clinton Hollon.

Cenas is batting .353 in his last ten games

Cenas Getting His Feet Under Him

DUNEDIN, FL - One of the big-ticket International signings back in 2010, Gabriel Cenas really struggled to find his comfort zone in his first two seasons. However, as he has gotten his feet wet and established more of a foundation, he has begun to find more success on the field lately.

Hobson believes his approach is getting better

Hobson Heading In The Right Direction

DUNEDIN, FL - K.C. Hobson was always known for his ability to hit nearly as much as for his lack of home run power. The latter has changed in a big way in 2013 as he's already matched his home run totals from the previous two seasons combined, but while the batting average remains low this year, nearly everyone believes he's heading in the right direction as a more complete player.

Sotillo was promoted to Bluefield this weekend

Sotillo Moving Up

DUNEDIN, FL - Upon coming to Dunedin for his first professional season with the GCL Blue Jays, Andres Sotillo took a little while to get comfortable, but has quickly settled in at catcher, so much so that he was recently promoted to short-season Bluefield over the weekend.

Knecht batted .280 in July

Knecht Doing A Better Job

DUNEDIN, FL - It doesn't always come across so glaringly in minor league statistics but Dunedin outfielder Marcus Knecht, who really struggled at the high-A level in 2012, has done a much better job making the adjustments this season.

Solarte has allowed 1 run or less in 6 of 7 games

Solarte Progressing

DUNEDIN, FL - Since joining the Blue Jays organization, Venezuelan pitcher Alejandro Solarte has delivered results. As a 17-year-old in the Dominican Summer League last season, Solarte allowed just ten hits in 29 and 1/3 innings while posting a 1.53 ERA. This year, the 6-foot-4 left-hander has given up just seven runs in six games with the GCL Blue Jays.

Crouse has cut down on his K's from a year ago

Crouse Becoming More Consistent

DUNEDIN, FL - During his first crack at high-A ball in 2012, Michael Crouse had his share of struggles. In his first 59 games with the Dunedin Blue Jays, Crouse hit just .203 and struck out in nearly a third of his plate appearances before being demoted to single-A Lansing. This year, the former 16th-round pick has made the necessary adjustments to succeed with Dunedin.