Report: Blue Jays first-rounder Jordan Groshans earns first promotion

2018 Blue Jays first round pick Jordan Groshans is climbing the ladder. (Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

With the Blue Jays highly-touted rookie trio of Ryan Borucki, Danny Jansen, and Sean Reid-Foley firing on all cylinders and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. raking at Triple-A, there hasn’t been much shine left for the rest of the club’s youngsters.

On Friday, there was a bit of encouraging news for one of the team’s other top prospects as 2018 first-round pick Jordan Groshans has reportedly earned a promotion just two months into his pro career.

Groshans hit .333/.394/.504 in 36 games with the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays with four home runs, while splitting his time between shortstop and third base. The 18-year-old currently ranks 8th among Blue Jays prospects according to MLB Pipeline.

While Groshans is a ways away from making a big-league impact, he’s already impressing with his bat— which looks to be his calling card going forward. It’s not wise to get too excited about small-sample stats in the low minors, but moving up a level this early in his pro career is undoubtedly a good sign for Groshans.

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