Milb.com is juuust about finished with their Organization All-Star lists, but in the meantime, I have one more to share with you, Brilliant Reader- Tyler White, named the first base All-Star for the Toronto Blue Jays.
White had a fantastic season at Triple-A Buffalo in 2021, slashing .292/.424/.476 in 353 at-bats, with 26 doubles, 13 home runs, 65 RBIs, and an outstanding 80/73 BB/K ratio. He has already left the Toronto system, though, having signed a minor-league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers for 2022.
White, 31 years old, is moving up in a couple categories in the VBL minor league record book; if he can play a few more years, we might be talking about him as one of the most accomplished minor leaguers in league history.
By the way, White hit .315/.416/.403 in 149 at-bats for Haymarket in 2010, helping to lead the team to the best regular season record (Luray won the title). Showing a glimpse into the future, White also walked 27 times while striking out only 21 times.