Farm SystemSee also: Minor League Baseball
|AAA||Syracuse Chiefs||International League||Nick Leyva and Bob Didier|
|AA||Knoxville Smokies||Southern League||Garth Iorg|
|A||Dunedin Blue Jays||Florida State League||Dennis Holmberg|
|A||Hagerstown Suns||South Atlantic League||Jim Nettles|
|Short-Season A||St. Catharines Blue Jays||New York–Penn League||J. J. Cannon|
|Rookie||GCL Blue Jays||Gulf Coast League||Héctor Torres|
|Rookie||Medicine Hat Blue Jays||Pioneer League||Omar Malave|
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