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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. ...
They Yankees announced their list of non-roster 27 players who are on minor league contracts and will be invited to spring training, via Mike Ashmore. Those 27 players plus everyone on the 40-man roster means that there will be 67 players in spring training. The most notable among these are Bill Hall and Russell Branyan because ...
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 ...
Here is the latest post ranking the top Yankees prospects and the first one that doesn't have Jesus Montero's name stamped on the top of it. This one comes via Dave Gershman of Beyond the Box Score and is different from typical prospect rankings because he does it by tiers instead of just ranking them as ...
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 ...
Gary Sanchez signed with the Yankees for one of the biggest bonuses they ever to a amateur player and then was ranked as the No. 30 prospect in all of baseball by Baseball America shortly after. Then last season he had a huge setback and was even disciplined by the Yankees for attitude problems. It was ...
It's still not due out for another week or two, but Baseball America's list of the top 10 Yankees prospects was leaked today by River Ave Blues (H/T to @Leokitty). Here is the list: Jesus Montero Manny Banuelos Dellin Betances Gary Sanchez Mason Williams Dante Bichette Jr. Ravel Santana Austin Romine J.R. Murphy Slade Heathcott The Yankees top three has changed as Banuelos and Sanchez have swapped ...
The Yankees tendered a contract to Russell Martin yesterday keeping him in Pinstripes for at least one more year. However, they are thinking of offering the soon to be 29-year-old a long-term deal to keep him as the starting catcher past 2012, according to George King of the NY Post. Cashman told King that there hasn't ...
Update: Good news. The injury to Gary Sanchez is not a significant one. He is out with an abdominal strain and he's only expected to miss "about five days or so," according to Kevin Goldstein of Baseball America. Original post: The Yankees announced that one top prospect in Dellin Betances landed on the DL with ...