Jairo Labourt was one of many Toronto prospects slated for assignment at short-season Vancouver, a pivotal Blue Jays affiliates for 2014. After graduating quality prospects to the big club (save for breakout campaigns from LHP Daniel Norris and OF Dalton Pompey), the Jays patiently waited until June for a handful of high ceiling talents to debut. Signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2011, Labourt has fit in well with a big-name rotation featuring Alberto Tirado, Miguel Castro, and Matt Smoral. Showing both the stuff and results to succeed as a starter, what should Toronto fans expect from the lanky lefty?
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