Heaping expectations on an 18-year old infielder at a short season affiliate is a fool’s errand. After seeing the Blue Jays’ Franklin Barreto though, it’s easy to be carried away. With an impressive array of tools and plenty of athleticism, Barreto was a gem of the 2012 international class. Signed for $1.45 million, Toronto can afford to let the Venezuelan determine his own pace. For now, he’ll play shortstop, but what do the Blue Jays have in Franklin Barreto?
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