Tag Archives: Jose Campos

Mariano Rivera officially announces retirement, and other notes

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The rumors were true. Mariano Rivera, the Yankees ace in the bullpen for the past 18 years, officially announced that he will retire after the 2013 season during a press conference this morning. “It’s official now," Rivera said. "After this year, I will be retiring.” “The time is almost ending,” he added. “The little gas that I ...

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Yankees minor league injury updates: Banuelos, Williams, and Campos

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A couple of injury updates from some of the Yankees top prospects. • Manny Banuelos (BBD No. 1) had Tommy John Surgery back in October and has finally begun throwing, per Dan Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal. • Mason Williams (BBD No. 3), recovering from shoulder surgery, told Anthony McCarron  of the NY Daily News that he'll be ...

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Prospects most likely to break the top 100 this season

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MILB.com just released their top 100 prospects, and three Yankees are on it; Gary Sanchez, Mason Williams, and Tyler Austin. Slade Heathcott was missing from the list, but he deserves to be on it. This got me thinking about which Yankees prospects have a shot at breaking the top 100 this season. Slade Heathcott is ...

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Banuelos coming back, Campos likely done for the year

Two of the Yankees top pitching prospects, Manny Banuelos and Jose Campos, have been tied together this season for a very bad reason - both have been out with elbow problems. Both pitchers are attempting to rehab their elbows rather than have surgery and it looks as if both will avoid undergoing the knife. Banuelos has ...

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Yankees have 4 on Sickels’ top 100 Prospect list

The list is actually 120 long, but the four Yankees land in the top 100, or Top 82 as it were, so I am trying to play that up, but John Sickels of SB Nation just released his midseason top prospects list and four Yankees are on it. Gary Sanchez comes in as their top prospect ...

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Romine headed to a back specialist, Campos to get MRI

Part of the reason the Yankees were willing to risk the Jesus Montero deal was because they had another strong catching prospect in Austin Romine and were getting back a solid pitching prospect in Jose Campos from the Mariners. However, a little more than a month into the season neither player is rewarding the Yankees ...

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BBDP April 6, 2012: Dellin Dealin’, Campos Cruisin’

BBDP MVP: Dellin Betances Triple-A Empire State vs. Lehigh Valley. L 5-6. L: Venditte (0-1) Brandon Laird: 1/4, RBI (.143) Colin Curtis: 1/4, K (.143) Francisco Cervelli: 0/4 (.000). I'm worried he might have taken this demotion really hard. Dellin Betances: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 6 K (3.6 ERA). Excellent outing. The lack of walks is encouraging, ...

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The Yankee Beat: Luxury tax, Cape Cod, and Jose Campos

Today was the final day of spring training and the day the Yankees finally set their roster. Here was what the blogosphere was talking about. Bryan over at The Greedy Pinstripes had a good piece on gaming the luxury tax system. Mike Axisa of River Ave Blues ran down a list of some of the standouts from ...

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