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Blue Jays top prospect INF Jordan Groshans stayed hot on Sunday for Double-A New Hampshire, going 3-for-4 with a homer and two runs scored.
Groshans got off to an ice cold start this spring, which caused his fantasy value to drop in dynasty leagues. However, he's batting .316/.395/.474 over his past 10 games. He isn't considered an elite (top-25) prospect, but he needs to be rostered in every dynasty league, especially given this hot streak.
Jordan Groshans hit his second homer of the year in Friday's game for Double-A New Hampshire.
Groshans finished the game 2-for-4 with the homer and a walk. He now has four mutli-hit games over his past seven contests and is beginning to come alive at the plate. He's a player worth rostering in every dynasty league right now.
Blue Jays prospect INF Jordan Groshans went 2-for-5 with a homer for Double-A New Hampshire on Thursday.
The talented infielder finally hit his first homer of the year. Groshans got off to a slow start but he's now riding an eight-game hitting streak. A 2022 callup is the most likely scenario, so Groshans' value is tied to dynasty leagues right now.
Blue Jays prospect INF Jordan Groshans is receiving some extra rest due to some mild lower body soreness.
Groshans last played for Double-A New Hampshire a week ago, but the good news is this isn't a serious issue. The 21-year-old was off to a slow start this season but still possesses upside for dynasty league fantasy managers. Baseball America ranked him as the 27th best prospect in the sport coming into the year.
Jordan Groshans will be a part of the Blue Jays' 60-man roster according to the team's website.
Groshans was in the midst of a breakout season last year in the minors but an undisclosed left foot injury limited him to just 23 games for Low-A Lansing. In that time, he hit .337 with two home runs and one steal in 96 plate appearances. Groshans is now healthy and will get a chance to play this summer for the Jays.