Blue Jays first-round pick Logan Warmoth adjusting to pro ball

Logan Warmoth is adjusting well to professional baseball. He is hitting .358 with one home run and 12 RBI along with a .389 on base percentage. For Warmoth, the most difficult adjustment is the schedule. “It’s tough, it’s a grind, we are playing six to seven games a week. We are traveling six or seven hours on bus rides and you have to learn to take care of your body.” (Bluebird Banter)

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