Jays Bring Back Four Minor League Free Agents

InsideTheDome has learned that the Jays' elected to sign four of their minor league free agents, and are also close to signing a player who became a free agent last week.
October 24, 2006

Down on the Farm: Scobie takes fifth loss

Down on the Farm for May 12: Jason Scobie is sent to his fifth loss in a 1 2/3 inning clunker ... St. Lucie's bullpen negates a late-inning rally ... Binghamton and Hagerstown are rained out.
May 12, 2006

Down on the Farm: Collazo's no-hit bid

Down on the Farm for May 1: Jason Scobie tapped for eight runs by Rochester ... Willie Collazo takes a no-hitter into the eighth inning for Binghamton ... Ambiorix Concepcion's single is a game-winner for St. Lucie ... Hagerstown rallies for two runs in the ninth inning to down Delmarva.
May 1, 2006

Scouting Mets' Prospect #42: Jason Scobie

The New York Mets drafted right-handed pitcher Jason Scobie in the 15th round of the 2001 MLB Draft out of LSU. After breaking in the Mets' system as a reliever, Scobie has become one of the most reliable starting pitchers for the Mets at the minor league level. Ranking #42 among the Mets' Top 50, here's a scouting report on Jason Scobie.
December 1, 2005

Sterling Awards: Jason Scobie

Jason Scobie earned the Mets' Sterling Award as the top player this season at Triple-A Norfolk, where he tied a franchise record with 15 victories and anchored a pitching rotation that carried the Tides to an International League South title.
September 19, 2005

Scobie takes loss in Triple-A All-Star Game

Norfolk Tides righthander Jason Scobie took the loss in Wednesday's Triple-A All-Star Game, allowing five earned runs - including a grand slam - in the first inning. Scobie's International League fell to the Pacific Coast League, 11-5.
July 14, 2005

Padilla, Scobie represent Tides at All-Star Game

The Norfolk Tides will be represented by pitchers Juan Padilla and Jason Scobie, plus trainer Brian Chicklo, in the Triple-A All-Star Game on Wed., July 13 at Raley Field in Sacramento, Calif.
July 12, 2005

Prospect Power Rankings - VI

Each week InsidePitchMagazine.com will rank the top 30 performances by the Mets' prospects, shedding some insights into their numbers while tracking their rankings in previous weeks. In our 6th installment of the Power Rankings, Mike Carp falls big time while Gaby Hernandez and Lastings Milledge make their move up the rankings.
May 30, 2005