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Bold Predictions: Prospects Edition

Opening day isn’t quite over yet. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday scattered openers across the Majors, and today marks the beginning of the Minor League season. Like we wrote about Tuesday, we’ll offer our bold predictions for Yankees’ Minor Leaguers after … Continue reading

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2014 projections: Catchers

Over the last couple of days, I looked at the projected stats for the starting pitchers and relievers in camp with the Yankees this spring. In the coming days, I will do the same for all of the players in big league camp … Continue reading

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2014 Yankees’ Top 10 Prospects

With Baseball America’s top 10 prospect rankings set to be released tomorrow for the Yankees, we decided to take a stab at our own list beforehand. Both of us ranked our top fifteen prospects in the system, and weighted them … Continue reading

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McCann a massive upgrade behind the dish

One year after mistakenly letting Russell Martin depart, the Yankees’ front office corrected its gaffe, signing ex-Braves catcher Brian McCann. Yes, a mulligan would be nice on Martin, who received a two-year, $17M contract from Pittsburgh last offseason. However, with … Continue reading

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Midseason re-evaluation of the Yankees’ prospects

At the start of the season, the Yankees’ farm system was regarded as above-average. While the collection of prospects wasn’t considered to be elite, virtually every ranking out there put them in the 10-14 range out of the 30 teams. The gems … Continue reading

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Minor league hitters who may be breaking out

Now that minor league teams have several weeks of games under their belts, individual player sample sizes are becoming something less than useless. We shouldn’t completely re-evaluate a player’s prospect status based on 40 games, but there’s certainly something to … Continue reading

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