Tag Archives: Jacob Lindgren

Filling out the rest of the Yankees’ bullpen

Your browser does not support iframes. This spring, there aren’t many roster spots up for grabs. The fifth starter job, backup catcher, utility infielder, and starting second baseman had the feeling of a competition at certain points this month, but they … Continue reading

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Free Agent Target: Andrew Miller

#454350440 / gettyimages.com Last Friday, I began a series of posts featuring players the Yankees may target in free agency with Pablo Sandoval. Today, with the exclusive negotiating window ending, let’s examine the case for the Yankees to pursue lefty … Continue reading

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Previewing the Yankees September call ups

#492322015 / gettyimages.com Monday marks the start of September, which means Major League teams are allowed to carry up to 40 players on their active roster for the remainder of the season. Very few September call ups are game-changers, but having … Continue reading

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Jacob Lindgren’s a future star reliever… and the future may be now

Jacob Lindgren, this year’s second round draft pick, has been about as unhittable as it gets in his first two months as a professional. After agreeing to a contract on June 14th, the 21-year-old lefty reliever has breezed through four levels … Continue reading

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Yankees Prospects 11-20 through July

#476758477 / gettyimages.com Yesterday, I ranked and analyzed the Yankees’ top 10 prospects through the first four months of the 2014 season. Today’s installment includes prospects 11 through 20. Check back tomorrow for prospects 21-30.

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Yankees prospects 11-20 through June

Yesterday, I ranked and analyzed the Yankees’ top 10 prospects through the first three months of the season. Today’s installment includes prospects 11 through 20. Check back tomorrow for prospects 21-30. With 25 home runs so far this season, Pete O’Brien‘s … Continue reading

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Comping Jacob Lindgren using scouting reports and PITCHf/x

#450133616 / gettyimages.com Last week, I found comps for Yankees’ pitching prospect Ian Clarkin by using information from a scouting report to query the PITCHf\x database. Today, I’m repeated this exercise for lefty reliever Jacob Lindgren, the Yankees’ second round pick … 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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