josh naylor

* Josh Naylor (Mississauga, Ont.) of the Ontario Blue Jays caught the attention of scouts at the Perfect Game World Wood Bat championships in Jupiter — by hitting two homers and with the exit speed of the balll off his bat. ….

2014 Canadians in the Minors … Canadians in College

2015 Canadian draft list
Letters of Intent

Perfect Game Worlds Mound of Evidence for Soroka …. Howie, Chorpita lead Jays, Blaze …. McAffer, Ando, Hemer Soroka impress …. Naylor goes deep again …. Naylor hits 3-run HR vs. NYDemi no longer untapped

The Evoshield Canes defeated the Orlando Scorpions/Mets Scout Team 8-2 in the championship game at the 16th annual PG WWBA World Championship.

GBG Marucci and Palm Beach PAL shard third place honors.

The Most Valuable Player was C Brad Debo 2016 of the Evoshield Canes, while Most Valuable Pitcher honors went to LHP Tyler Holton LHP 2015 – Orlando Scorpions/Mets Scout Team

The Ontario Blue Jays were 4-2 as Josh Naylor (Mississauga, Ont.) hit two homers and also registered the Highest Exit Speed off the bat according to TrackMan Baseball. TrackMan uses a series of revolutionary technologies to accurately track and record a variety of measurables in an effort to determine if those measurables, or a collection of them, can help discern a higher probability for future success.

HRk. Batter MPH off Bat Distance Play Result
1 Josh Naylor 107.9 Lineout

The Dbacks Langley Blaze went 3-4, including a 4-2 win over the Marlins Scout Team.

Nicholas Hamilton (Lockport, NY) was 2-for-3 with a triple and single two stolen bases, while sb (runs a 6.3 60) while Connor Chorpita (Surrey, BC) and Dakota Curry (Langley, BC) were each 2-for-2 with a double.

Nic Favaro (Burnaby, BC) was 2-for-2) and Hayden Jaco (Coquitlam, BC) hit a double.

Josh Burgman (Nanaimo, BC) pitched two scoreless striking out three, as Cooper Misic (Surrey, BC) pitched two innings, allowing one run and fanning three.

Brendan Coulter (Kamloops, BC) worked two scoreless innings, striking out a pair and Tony Pharand (Chilliwack, BC) pitched a scoreless innings.

Miles Gordon (Oakville, Ont.), Kristjan Storrie (Langley, BC) and and Curry impressed.

Canada PG Gold went 1-6 in the tourney, finishing with 4-2 win for us over Mizuno’s Team Puerto Rico with LHP Ben Braun (2015/Georgetown) threw one inning out of pen to record the win, with a perfect inning striking out one.

LHP Abdullah Salman (2015/Milton) started and threw three scoreless innings allowing one hit and walks two while striking out one.

Offensively, CF Lucas Parente (2017/Burlington) was 1-for-3 with a run and a stolen base, SS Ethan Cummins (2016/Mississauga) was 1-for-2 with two walks and steal, C Luke Van Rycheghem‎ (2016/Chatham) was 1-for-3 with an RBI, 3B Jacob Charron (2015/Ottawa) was 1-for-3 with an RBI and LF Tony Kwon (2015/Toronto) was 1-for-3.

From Perfect Game Scout’s blogs …
Canada downs Mizuno PR in consolation game
Gm # 196 |Team Mizuno Puerto Rico vs. Canada PG Gold

Canada PG Gold (1-5) downed Team Mizuno Puerto Rico (0-5) 4-2 in a consolation game matchup Monday morning at the Roger Dean Complex. The two teams combined for eight hits.

RHP Raymond Ramos (2015, Vega Alta, PR) struck out the side in his scoreless inning of relief for Team Mizuno. Ramos induced swings and misses with his 87-88 mph fastball that had riding life. He also flashed a low-70s breaking pitch with good depth. Teammate OF/RHP Reynaldo Rivera (2015, Toa Alta, PR) also worked a scoreless frame, firing strikes at 87-89 mph from an over top arm angle. SS/RHP Hector Santiago (2015, San Juan, PR) worked in the 82-86 mph range in his inning of work.

Toronto rips 11 hits in 4-1 win
Gm # 200 |Toronto Blue Jays Scout Team vs. Ontario Blue Jays
The Toronto Blue Jays Scout Team (1-4) pounded-out 11 hits in their 4-1 win over the Ontario Blue Jays (3-2) in Monday morning’s consolation game at the Roger Dean Complex.

Maine commit Jeremy Pena (2015, Providence, RI) led all players with three hits, including two doubles, from Toronto’s leadoff spot. Teammates Brody Cook (2015, Silver Spring, MD) and Andrew Yerzy (2016, Toronto, ON) added two hits each.

Cal Poly commit RHP Robert Peace (2015, Wrightwood, CA) started and pitched 3.0 scoreless innings for Toronto, striking out six. Peace pitched downhill with a quick arm, firing strikes at 85-88 mph. He also flashed an upper-70s changeup and an upper-70s breaking pitch. Teammate RHP Marrick Crouse (2015, Dana Point, CA) fanned six in his 2.0 innings of relief. Working from a balanced delivery, Crouse’s fastball sat in the 88-91 mph range, peaking at 92. He also flashed an upper-70s curve.

Frankie Piliere writes …
It’s no secret that when Josh Naylor (2015, Mississauga, Ontario) hits the ball he tends to hit it with emphasis. And he’s been doing that pretty consistently here throughout the week in Jupiter. But, sometimes you have to look beyond the box score. There’s no greater example of that then Naylor’s Sunday afternoon game. Although he took an 0-2, he hit two absolute rocket line drives the resulted in outs, one at 104 mph and one at a tournament best 108 mph. There’s just not disguising the type of bat speed Naylor generates.