Toronto Blue Jays: Breaking down each 2020 MLB Draft pick

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General manager Ross Atkins of the Toronto Blue Jays speaks to the media. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

With the 2020 MLB Draft shortened this year, the Toronto Blue Jays got a steal early on while continuing to address their pitching and outfield.

The Toronto Blue Jays‘ farm system has seen a major revitalization over the past couple of years and in the 2020 MLB Draft, the team brought in another influx of talent.

A major challenge right now is determining what happens next with each player drafted since there likely won’t be a minor league season. It might be too early to say but there might be an enhanced version of the fall league which usually provides minor league talent with a chance to play against other top prospects.

In two of the past three drafts, the Blue Jays have used their first-round pick on the infield and this year wasn’t any different with the team selecting Austin Martin.

After that, the team made it a point to add more pitching depth and an intriguing name with their final pick. They also added a couple of undrafted free agents in Harrison Ray and Mack Mueller that received some high praise but not more than what they accomplished on draft day.

Here is a look at who the Blue Jays took and what the experts had to say about them.

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