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Category Archives: Prospect Rankings
This post is a little bit redundant because not much has changed since the 2012 post season top 50 was released back in September. Some things have changed since then and it's time to take a step back and re-evaluate the rankings from September. It's also a good time to alter the rankings based on ...
This season was a mixed bag for the Yankees prospects. While some like Tyler Austin took huge steps forward there were plenty that took big steps back like Dellin Betances and Ravel Santana. Then there was Manny Banuelos, Jose Campos, Austin Romine who spent pretty much the entire season on the DL. There were enough ...
A few notes. I chose one position for each player, thus avoiding one player appearing on more than one list. This is intended to generate discussion, so I'd love to hear your opinions in the comments. There are several players not even mentioned here who could arguably be on these lists. It's also worth noting that ...
Bronx Baseball Daily has never published a top prospects list before, but now felt like a good time to start. 2012 has been a busy year for the site. BBD moved to ESPN's Sweetspot Network, a new crop of writers joined the squad, and the site is more popular than ever. On top of that, the ...
If you have missed it recently, this is the time of the year where everybody under the sun produces a Yankees top prospects list. All of the lists are different and based on slightly different things. Most are 30, some are 10, and others are completely random. It gets to the point where it is almost ...
Yesterday we found out that ESPN's prospect guru Keith Law ranked the Yankees farm system as the 10th best in the majors. Today he released his Top 100 Prospects of 2012 list and there were four current Yankee farm hands included. Lefty Manny Banuelos was the only one in the top 25, coming in at No. ...
The Yankees may have lost their top prospect in Jesus Montero earlier this offseason, but that hasn't knocked them out of the top 10 best farm systems in the game, according to Keith Law of ESPN who ranked the Yankees at No. 10. Law didn't seem totally convinced that they should be ranked so high though, ...
Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com put together a list of the top 100 prospects in the MLB and the Yankees had four players on the list with two in the top 50. Left handed pitcher, 20-year-old Manny Banuelos was ranked highest among Yankees players at No. 13, one behind the now former Yankee Jesus Montero. Mayo said ...