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Dominican Summer League Blue Jays
Toronto Blue Jays cap.svg
Minor league affiliations
LeagueDominican Summer League
DivisionBoca Chica Baseball City Los Rieles
Major league affiliations
TeamToronto Blue Jays
Minor league titles
League titles (2)1991, 2021
Team data
NameBlue Jays
BallparkBaseball City Complex
Toronto Blue Jays
ManagerAndy Fermin

The Dominican Summer Blue Jays are a baseball team in the Dominican Summer League. The DSL is a rookie level competition, and therefore the team is a rookie affiliate. The team plays in the San Pedro de Macorís division.


The team plays at Boca Chica Baseball City Complex along with Dominican Summer League Diamondbacks, Dominican Summer League Orioles, Dominican Summer League White Sox and Dominican Summer League Reds. The facility opened in 2004 and has 10 full baseball diamonds and two smaller diamonds.[1] The facility is located 2.2 kilometres (1.4 mi) northwest of Boca Chica on Los Rieles just off of Autopista Las Americas.


DSL Blue Jays were league champions during the 1991 season.[2] In 1992, the team went 68–2 during the regular season—including a 37 game winning streak to start the season—for a winning percentage of .971; however, the team lost in the first round of the postseason.[3] In 2021, when there was no postseason, the team had the league's best winning percentage for the regular season, at 38–19 (.667).


Players Coaches/Other


  • 40 Moises Brito
  • 47 Robin De Jesus
  • -- Jose Figueroa
  • 13 Eminen Flores
  • 30 Raudy Gomez
  • 12 Ivan Gonzalez
  • 20 Jorge Guerra
  • 14 Francisco Lucumi
  • -- Yordi Martinez
  • 19 Carlos Meza
  • 21 Omar Munoz
  • 29 Pedro Munoz
  • 37 Neiyerbe Obeso
  • 15 Gabriel Ochoa
  • 18 Fernando Perez
  • 54 Rafael Sanchez
  • 25 Rodolfo Toledano
  • 24 Luis Torres


  • 10 Faruk De La Cruz
  •  8 Luis Meza
  •  3 Maykel Minoso
  • 33 Carlos Vasquez


  • 31 Gregori Cano
  •  7 Kendry Chirinos
  •  2 Aneudi Escanio
  •  1 Jose Fernandez
  • 17 Martin Gimenez
  •  5 Omar Romero


  •  6 Victor Arias
  • 16 Jonathan Bautista
  • 32 Jean Joseph
  • 35 Ali Lucena
  • 27 Julio Orozia
  •  9 Railin Tejada


  • -- Andy Fermin


  • -- Deiferson Barreto (position)
  • -- Yoel Hernandez (pitching)
  • -- Fred Landers (hitting)
  • -- Jose Mateo (position)
  • -- Jair Morelos (assistant)

60-day injured list

  • -- Christopher Rodriguez
  • -- Yeicol Valdez

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7-day injured list
* On Toronto Blue Jays 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 14, 2022
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Toronto Blue Jays minor league players

Results by season

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In 2006, the Blue Jays' one DSL team finished with a record of 44–29.


In 2007, two teams were fielded, designated Blue Jays 1 and Blue Jays 2. Blue Jays 1 finished with a record of 35–33.


In 2008, two teams were again fielded, playing in the Boca Chica South division. They played 72 games between the end of May until mid to late August with playoffs beginning at the end of August. The DSL All Star game held on July 27 included Blue Jay prospects catcher Carlos Pérez and infielder Oliver Dominguez. Blue Jays 1 ended with a record of 35–33, finishing 4th in the group and 13 games behind the DSL Giants who were division champions.


In 2009, the Blue Jays had one team, competing in the Boca Chica North Division, which finished the season at 43–26 and in fourth place, eight games behind the DSL Giants who again won the division.


In 2010, the team moved into the San Pedro Division.


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 2015-09-22.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Hagerty, Tim (October 8, 2015). "A record record: The Blue Jays' affiliate that went 68-2". Sporting News. Retrieved October 2, 2021.