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Tag Archives: Rob Refsnyder
Tonight begins a crucial series for the Yankees as they face the Boston Red Sox in a three game set at Yankee Stadium, but before we get into the Red Sox series, let's talk about the ground the Yankees gained while they were idle on Labor Day (which I still found rather odd, considering the ...
For the last few months, all anyone could talk about was Rob Refsnyder, the young Yankees prospect who has been making a name for himself in the Minor Leagues. He's been the breakout star that has fans speculating when he'll be called up, but Refsnyder believes it could be a while before we see him in ...
We all know Brian Cashman isn't going to sit around and wait for the trade deadline to come; he already told the media on the record that he was going to make a deal for a starting pitcher before July 31st. While the Yankees agree they need to make a trade for Jason Hammel as ...
In discussions about the Yankees farm system this year and last, there seems to be an emphasis on two things; injuries and busts. It is understandable too. Following prospects can be an extremely frustrating endeavor when expectations are placed too high. Part of the problem is the contents of scouting reports. When you start thinking about ...
BBDP Nickname: "The Ref" The basics: Name: Rob Refsnyder Age: 22 to start next season. Draft: 5th round of the 2012 draft out of the University of Arizona. Size: 6-foot-1, 205-pounds Bats: Right Throws: Right Best Tools: Hit tool, athleticism and speed, and "it" factor tool. Needs Work: 2nd base defense, consistency at the plate. BBDP Ranking: 46 Forget the fact that he batted .352 for the ...