Where the Blue Jays' Top 30 prospects are starting the season

Where the Blue Jays' Top 30 prospects are starting the season

With the 2017 season getting started, here's a look at where the Blue Jays' Top 30 prospects are projected to start the season:

1. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
2. Sean Reid-Foley -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
3. Anthony Alford -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
4. Richard Urena -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
5. Rowdy Tellez -- Buffalo Bisons (AAA)
6. Conner Greene -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
7. T.J. Zeuch -- Extended spring training
8. Jon Harris -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
9. Bo Bichette -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
10. Justin Maese -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
11. Reese McGuire -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
12. Max Pentecost -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
13. J.B. Woodman -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
14. Harold Ramirez -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
15. Joshua Palacios -- Lansing Lugnuts (A) -- DL
16. Ryan Borucki -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
17. Patrick Murphy -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
18. Francisco Rios -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
19. Zach Jackson -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
20. Angel Perdomo -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
21. Danny Barnes -- Buffalo Bisons (AAA)
22. Danny Jansen -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
23. Jordan Romano -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
24. Juan Kelly -- Dunedin Blue Jays (A Adv)
25. Yennsy Diaz -- Extended spring training
26. Osman Gutierrez -- Lansing Lugnuts (A)
27. Reggie Pruitt -- Extended spring training
28. Travis Hosterman -- Extended spring training
29. Jonathan Davis -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)
30. Ryan McBroom -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (AA)

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Team to watch
Double-A New Hampshire will open the season with a loaded roster that features a trio of Top 100 prospects and 10 of Toronto's Top 30 prospects. Right-hander Sean Reid-Foley (No. 62 overall) headlines a talented Fisher Cats' rotation that should also include Conner Greene, Jon Harris and Francisco Rios. Offensively, New Hampshire will have a pair of dynamic up-the-middle players in center fielder Anthony Alford (No. 68) and shortstop Richard Urena (No. 91). And be sure to key an eye on Class A Lansing, where Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (No. 32) and 2016 second-rounder Bo Bichette are set to make their full-season debuts.

Top prospects' starting spots
Division Teams
NL East ATL, MIA, NYM, PHI, WAS
AL East BAL, BOS, NYY, TB, TOR
NL Central CHC, CIN , MIL, PIT, STL
AL Central CLE, CWS, DET, KC, MIN
NL West ARI, COL, LAD, SD, SF
AL West HOU, LAA, OAK, SEA, TEX
Top 100 prospects' starting spots
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Teams on MiLB.TV
Buffalo Bisons
New Hampshire Fisher Cats

New faces
None

On the shelf
Outfielder Joshua Palacios, Toronto's fourth-round Draft pick last June, initially broke camp with Class A Lansing but now will open the season on the disabled list with what's viewed as a "minor setback." Palacios connected on his first professional home run this spring while appearing in parts of eight games with the Blue Jays.

Mike Rosenbaum is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @GoldenSombrero. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.