Category Archives: BBDP

Top 50 Yankees Prospects 2014: Where they would have ranked

dellin betances

If the top 50 had included rookies, or players who have had some time in the major leagues and have since been sent down, many wonder where they would have ranked on the Bronx Baseball Daily top 50 Yankees prospects. Here’s how it breaks down. 1. Masahiro Tanaka – Hopefully the injury isn’t too serious. He’s an ...

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The not top 50 Yankees prospects, midseason edition

Ramon Flores

After making the 2014 top 50 prospect list this season I had a few names in mind who were either close to making the list and just got edged off, or are talented enough that they could easily be on this list by the end of the year. Here are 20 guys who could easily ...

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2014 Midseason top 50 Yankees prospects


This season the post draft top 50 prospects is no different than any other year. The only difference is that the Yankees acquired far more talent in the international free agent (IFA) market this year than in the draft. Unfortunately we do not have enough information on the new IFA signings to include them in ...

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BBDP Who’s hot? Late June edition


Jose Pirela has been consistently good all season. His last 10 games are no exception, where he’s .286/.333/.548/.881 with three homeruns in the last five games. His season total is .320/.361/.466/.827 with seven homeruns and 10 SB. Those numbers would look great in the Yankees lineup right now. Brian Roberts has been better lately, but ...

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BBDP: Who’s hot on the Farm in June?


As is the custom, we’ll start with the top and work our way down. Zoilo Almonte is on quite the homerun streak. He has four homeruns in his last eight games. Over his last 10 games, he’s batting .333/.349/.643/.992. Not too shabby. He’s definitely making his bid to be considered for the outfield in 2014 when ...

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Yankees Prospects: The 2017 All Home Grown Yankees

abiatal avelino

Last year I made a list of the “2016 All Home Grown Yankees,” and I had a lot of fun doing it. It’s going to be a yearly thing now. Just as a refresher, this is my prediction of the theoretical team the Yankees would put on the field if the front office decided to ...

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BBDP: Who’s hot Mid-May edition

greg bird

Triple-A Jose Pirela is 12 for his last 38 (.316) with a double, triple, and a homerun in his last 10 games. His OPS is .815 during that time. That brings his season total to .266/.287/.387/.674. He still has a long way to go, but he’s starting to heat up a bit. After what he did ...

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BBDP May 6th: Who’s hot now?

gary sanchez

A couple of weeks ago, BBDP highlighted the top performers on the Yankees farm. Things change rather rapidly in baseball and there’s a new list of players who have been on a hot streak for the past week or so. As is the tradition, the players will be featured starting from the highest level and ...

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