During the sprint that is the 2020 MLB season, teams will have a 60-man player pool they can draw from. With no minor league season being played, teams are dependent on these players to play during their season.
Diving into the Blue Jays player pool there is a handful of prospects that could make their MLB debut this season. Here is a look at which prospects could debut in 2020.
Most Likely to Make Debut
Selected in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft, Nate Pearson will make his debut in 2020, it is only a question of when. Similar to how the Blue Jays used the excuse for Vladimir Guerrero Jr in 2019 about development, the team appeared set to do the same to Pearson, although all fans and writers know it is more about service time.