After an impressive half-season with Dunedin, Klosterman struggled in a promotion to Double-A. The 24-year-old was sent to the Arizona Fall League to get some extra at bats, and was performing well until he broke his finger playing third base. Klosterman is expected to be back in action once players arrive in camp in March.
January 29, 2007
Ryan Klosterman was forced to end his Arizona Fall League campaign early after breaking his knuckle on his middle finger. Find out from Ryan about the injury, how long he will be out, and his experience playing in Arizona the past two weeks.
October 27, 2006
The Arizona Fall League's inaugural "Rising Stars Showcase" game featuring elite prospects from every organization in Major League Baseball will be played at 7:15 p.m. on Friday, October 27 at Surprise Stadium, the spring home of the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers in Surprise, Arizona.
October 24, 2006
Wednesday was a busy day for Jays players playing in the Arizona, Hawaii and Mexican Leagues. Dustin McGowan had a solid start for Phoenix, while Chip Cannon and Ryan Klosterman combined for three hits on the offensive end. Tracy Thorpe also made an appearance. Both Eric Nielsen and Ryan Patterson were in the starting lineup in Hawaii, while Lee Gronkiewicz made his winter league debut in Mexico.
October 12, 2006
The prestigious Arizona Fall League begins today. The Jays will be well represented in Arizona with five pitchers and three position players. Kyle Yates, Tracy Thorpe, Jordan De Jong, Dustin McGowan, Danny Hill, Curtis Thigpen, Ryan Klosterman and Chip Cannon will be part of the excitement. Find out what each player will be looking to focus on.
October 10, 2006
Continuing with our series of breaking down the top Blue Jays prospects at each position, today we focus on the shortstop in the Jays system. Find out how a player who has yet to play for the Jays ranks at the top, and the chances of each prospect of making it to the big leagues.
August 31, 2006
The Blue Jays are sending seven prospects to play in the Arizona Fall League this October, with some big name prospects headed for the league. Overall the organization is sending four pitchers, two infielders and a catcher. The seven players will be part of the Phoenix Desert Dogs.
August 22, 2006