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Yankees Prospects 21-30 through July

#452237902 / gettyimages.com In the last two days, I ranked and analyzed the Yankees’ top 10 prospects as well as prospects 11-20 through the first four months of the 2014 season. Today’s installment looks at prospects 21 through 30.

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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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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 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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The Yankees farm system in April: Top pitching prospects

Yesterday, I profiled the April performances of the Yankees’ top hitting prospects. Today, I’m repeating this exercise for the team’s pitching prospects, as ranked by Mike Axisa of River Avenue Blues in the preseason. The players are in the order they were ranked in the pre-season … Continue reading

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2014 projections: Starting pitchers

In the coming days, I will take a look at projected stats for all of the players in big league camp this spring, beginning with the starting pitchers. There are a handful of projection systems out there that attempt to … Continue reading

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Handicapping the bullpen competition

With pitchers and catchers now in Tampa, it’s a good time to examine the bullpen competition. A few of the remaining big name relievers have come off the board in recent weeks, making it less likely that the Yankees make … 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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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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