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It was a little curious this offseason when after the Yankees refused to offer anybody a multi-year contract and even turned down a reasonable one-year offer from Russell Martin only to see them sign a 39-year-old Ichiro Suzuki to a two-year deal. Sure, Ichiro finished very strong while he was with the Yankees, but in his ...
Just for fun, I am going to play out a fantastical scenario on paper since I am a confessed prospect hugger. As of right now, in 2016 there will only be three players left on the roster that are not former Yankees farm hands. Those three are Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, and CC Sabathia. If Hal ...
When the news broke that Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira hurt his wrist it was initially deemed a simple strained wrist. However, Teixeira returned to camp for the first time since the injury and told reporters that it was indeed a partially torn tendon sheath, according to Daniel Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal. This is a ...
The Yankees have officially announced their list of non-roster invites to spring training with few surprises this week. Among the list is the obvious veterans on minor league deals: Matt Diaz, Juan Rivera, Dan Johnson, Bobby Wilson, and Thomas Neal with a list of minor leaguers that will get a chance to see what big ...
John Sickels of SB Nation actually does one of my favorite prospect rankings only because he grades the prospects on an A/B/C scale and gives a brief for each player as well. Check his website for what the grades mean. These are preliminary rankings that he does before the 2012 Baseball Prospect Book comes out. Take a ...
Baseball America published their list of the Top 20 Prospects in the New York-Penn League this season and the Yankees are featured prominently on the list. Center fielder Mason Williams is on the top of the list that features a total of five Yankee farmhands. Williams is no. 1, Cito Culver, SS, is no. 6, ...
Via Dave Gershman of the Penn League Report: [Cito Culver] looked much bigger than his listed height at 6'0 or 6'1. He also gained some more strength, which he definitely needed the last time I checked. Starting with the defensive side of things, Culver showed plenty of range, which isn't a surprise ...
Background Christopher Culver, or Cito Culver, 18, is a switch hitting shortstop listed at 6-0 and 185-pounds. He was born and raised in Rochester, New York where he went to Irondequoit High School. As a senior Culver hit .561 with 10 doubles, five triples, nine homers, 38 RBI's, and 20 walks in just 22 games. Culver ...
It's that time of the year again. No not Christmas time. It's that time after the winter meetings and before spring training when so many publications come out with their Top Prospects lists. This one comes from John Sickels of SB Nation. This is a preliminary list that will ultimately be published in his 2011 Baseball ...