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Charleston was a fun team to watch for most of the season. One of the interesting things about the way the Yankees handled their Low-A roster is that most of the guys who played well early got promoted right around the middle of the season. In the past the Yankees […]

Charleston RiverDogs season summation

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Prior to 2015 the Yankees were so flush with talent at the lower levels that two DSL teams, two GCL teams, and a Short Season Low-A team were just not enough. There were still guys who weren’t getting the at bats they needed for development. On top of that, there […]

Pulaski Yankees season summation

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The GCL season has come and gone and the Yankees had two teams worth of successful seasons from promising young prospects. As is always the case with the GCL, big dreams prevail for these kids. They all have sky high ceilings because so much can change when they physically develop. […]

BBDP GCL Season summation: Noob orientation

Feb 14, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez during spring training at Steinbrenner Field.  Mandatory Credit: John Munson/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports
Here are the guys who have been performing well lately. Take a look. Jose Pirela – 15/42, .357/.438/.524/.962 with four doubles and a homerun in his last 12 games. He’s having a fantastic season and deserves a chance in the majors. I don’t think the Yankees will ever be the […]

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