This season, Blue Jays catching prospect Travis d'Arnaud is having a very solid season in the Double A Eastern League for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Thus far in 2011, d'Arnaud has posted a .308 batting average with 11 homeruns and 32 RBI. He'll represent the Fisher Cats in the Double A All-star Game this coming week.
The 22-year-old California native spent time on the disabled list during April and May with a concussion, but he's been scorching hot since his return to the NH lineup. In 53 games since his injury, d'Arnaud has gone 64-for-189 (.339 batting average).
d'Arnaud, who was among the trio of players acquired from Philadelphia in 2009 for Roy Halladay, was ranked as the 4th best prospect in the Toronto system last off-season by Baseball America.
Over the past couple of years, we've caught up with d'Arnaud to learn about how he spends his off-season, how he deals with injuries and more. Last week, Travis again took time to speak with 1BlueJaysWay, however this time we let our readers, the fans, ask the questions. Check out the media player below to listen to the full audio and see if your inquiry made the cut.
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