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Scouting Profile: Evan Rutckyj

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BBDP Nickname: "Rutzkrieg" Evan Rutckyj (pronounced ROOT-ski) recently made his debut for the Charleston River Dogs, his first start in full season ball. Most people have never heard of this tall, Canadian born left handed pitcher. If Extended Spring Training was any indication, however, people will know who he is by the end of this season. ...

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List of Yankees 29 Signed Draft Picks

Via Chad Jennings of LoHud: 1 Culver, Cito 2 Gumbs, Angelo 3 Segedin, Robert 4 Williams, Mason 5 Kahnle, Thomas 6 Encinas, Gabe 7 ...

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Yankees Draft Profiles Rounds 1-39

We here are Bronx Baseball Daily are running through the draft picks, all 50 players that the Yankees drafted will be profiled. It's been a long process, but so far we have gone through and profiled every player from rounds 1-39. It's a lot to take in at once so I have provided this handy ...

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Yankee Draft Profiles Rounds 1-21

We here are Bronx Baseball Daily are running through the draft picks, all 50 players that the Yankees drafted will be profiled. So far we have covered draft picks from rounds 1-21. SS Cito Culver is a 17-year-old hit and play defense and could one day take over shortstop after Derek Jeter. CF Angelo Gumbs is ...

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Yankees 2010 16th Round Draft Pick: Evan Rutckyj

Name: Evan Rutckyj POS: LHP Ht: 6′5″ Wt: 213 B/T: R/L DOB: 1-31-92 School level: HS The Yankees took Canadian born Evan Rutckyj out of high school with their 16th round pick. This is one I really like, he's a big lefty. It sounds like he's a bit raw, but he's only 18-year-old which should give the Yankees plenty of time to ...

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