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2013 Trenton Thunder Preview: Four stars and seven more with hope


Yes, the title of this article references US history, but watching the Thunder play this year will be nothing like reading a boring 8th grade text book. There may not be a single team in the entire minors with more top 100 prospects. The most amazing part of it all is that the depth doesn't ...

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Yankees top pick in 2008 draft returning as reliever

Remember Jeremy Bleich? I wouldn't blame you if you didn't. He was signed by the Yankees in the supplemental round, 44th overall, of the 2008 draft and ended up being their top selection after Gerrit Cole spurned their millions for UCLA. That's not the reason why you wouldn't remember him. The reason for that is because he ...

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Some positive injury news: Swisher, Granderson, D-Rob

Thought I might share some good news as we wallow in the fact that a pair of 23-year-old pitchers are having MRI's on Saturday that could show serious damage. Curtis Granderson, Nick Swisher, and David Robertson all expect to be on the Opening Day Roster. Swisher, recovering from a sore groin, played five innings in a minor ...

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Some Yankees minor league notes

Yesterday was an off-day in the Yankees big league camp so Chad Jennings of the Journal News headed over to the minor league complex yesterday and gave us a solid update. Here are some of the highlights. Tyler Austin will play right field, not 1st or 3rd base like last year, for Staten Island this year. Mason ...

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Yankees Minor League Injury Updates


Via Chad Jennings of the Journal News: Greg Golson: About a week away from playing in games. Mark Prior: “Not throwing (off a mound),” Newman said. “He’s really struggling with this kind of hip, abdominal thing. Hard to nail it down.” Alan Horne: Throwing in extended spring and building arm strength. Graham Stoneburner, Steve ...

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Yankees Prospect Jeremy Bleich Headed for Shoulder Sugery

According to Tim Bontemps of the NY Post, one of the Yankees top left handed pitching prospects, Jeremy Bleich, has been put on the DL with a shoulder injury that could require surgery to fix. Here is more from the Post: Mark Newman, the Yankees' senior vice president of baseball operations, was downcast when asked about ...

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Sherman: Yanks Farm System Needs to Produce Pitchers

Just one year ago crop of pitchers expected to hit the free agent market was pretty impressive, Roy Halladay, Josh Beckett, Cliff Lee, Brandon Webb among others. But elite starting pitchers are a rare commodity and teams have been aggressive in locking these guys up. Now that list is just down to Cliff Lee and Brandon ...

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2010 Trenton Thunder Roster

The Yankees season officially kicked off last night as they lost 9-7 against the Boston Red Sox and the minor league affiliates are set to get going next. Here is the Double-A Trenton Thunder roster via Mike Ashmore: PITCHERS (13): Cory Arbiso, Wilkins Arias, Jeremy Bleich, Noel Castillo, Wilkin De La Rosa, Grant Duff, Christian Garcia, ...

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