Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rob Refsnyder and Jose Pirela have earned a shot

#147133990 / gettyimages.com The production from the Yankees infield has left a lot to be desired this season, particularly from second base, where the corpse of Brian Roberts has gotten the lion’s share of the playing time. Through 203 plate … Continue reading

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Which Yankees pitching prospects might struggle in Yankee Stadium due to high fly ball rates?

#175022182 / gettyimages.com Phil Hughes has pitched very well in his first year separated from the Yankees organization. Through 12 starts with the Twins, Hughes holds a 3.46 ERA and a 3.47 SIERA — both over half a run lower … Continue reading

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Why Jacob Lindgren — a reliever — might be a smart second round pick

#450133616 / gettyimages.com Because of last winter’s free agent binge, the Yankees didn’t pick until the second round (55th overall) of the 2014 amateur draft. They used that pick on Jacob Lindgren — a lefty reliever out of Mississippi State. … Continue reading

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What could Jose Ramirez be for the Yankees?

#450101930 / gettyimages.com Pitching prospect Jose Ramirez made his big league debut for the Yankees Wednesday night, throwing two innings in relief. Overall, his command looked a little shaky. He walked Nick Punto and also yielded a homer by Josh Donaldson. Still, Ramirez featured … Continue reading

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Yankees prospects 21-30 through May

In the last two days, I ranked and analyzed the Yankees’ top 10 prospects and 11-20 through the first two months of the season. Today’s installment looks at prospects 21 through 30. After a strong 2013 campaign, Jake Cave has thrived … Continue reading

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Yankees prospects 11-20 through May

Yesterday, I ranked and analyzed the Yankees’ top 10 prospects through the first two months of the season. Today’s installment includes prospects 11 through 20. Check back tomorrow for prospects 21-30.  Although he’s cooled off a bit in the last … Continue reading

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Yankees Top 10 Prospects through May

#477915287 / gettyimages.com Last month, I looked at how the Yankees’ hitting and pitching prospects performed through the month of April. I’m doing a similar exercise this month, but this time, I’m re-ranking the Yankees’ prospects in the process. Below you’ll … Continue reading

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