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Aaron Judge Position Changes Could Imply Something Brewing in the New York Yankees Outfield

Aaron Judge Position Changes Could Imply Something Brewing in the New York Yankees Outfield

Something fairly innocent came out of Pinstripe Alley a few days ago, but it could mean big things for Yankees’ top prospect, Aaron Judge, and the current major league outfield as presently constructed. Judge is playing left... 
Jorge Mateo is Turning Heads, Comparable to a Top MLB Prospect

Jorge Mateo is Turning Heads, Comparable to a Top MLB Prospect

Jorge Mateo continues to impress in high A ball, and at not yet 21-years-old, he’s drawing comparable statistics to Yoan Moncada, another middle infielder turning 21 who is in high A ball. Why the comparison? Outside of the obvious... 
Ben Gamel Collects First Major League Hit, Updates on the Best of the Rest in the Yankees’ Farm System

Ben Gamel Collects First Major League Hit, Updates on the Best of the Rest in the Yankees’ Farm System

Ben Gamel‘s single up the middle provided a feel good story from the New York Yankees’ farm system. It was the outfielder’s first major league hit and an achievement for a 23-year-old who is not even the top Yankees’... 
Alex Rodriguez’s Injury Could be a Blessing in Disguise for Yankees

Alex Rodriguez’s Injury Could be a Blessing in Disguise for Yankees

It was an interesting strategy in the winter when Brian Cashman elected to beef up an already strong bullpen instead of trying to tinker with the rotation. Both had depth, but one was already a strength. It showed the Yankees’... 
Ben Gamel Promoted, Brett Gardner Potentially Headed to Extended Absense

Ben Gamel Promoted, Brett Gardner Potentially Headed to Extended Absense

New York Yankees outfield prospect, Ben Gamel, has been promoted from AAA Scranton and will be in uniform for the team tonight in Baltimore. The lefty outfielder is not as highly touted as top prospect, Aaron Judge, but has hit his... 
Aaron Judge, James Kaprielian Stand out Early for Yankees, Mixed Results for the Other Big Prospects

Aaron Judge, James Kaprielian Stand out Early for Yankees, Mixed Results for the Other Big Prospects

While the Major League team is off to a rough start way too early to judge fully into the season, some New York Yankees’ prospects are off to a hot start down on the farm. Aaron Judge and James Kaprielian lead the way early on... 
Aaron Judge, Comparing Top Yankees Prospect to Other Players of his Stature

Aaron Judge, Comparing Top Yankees Prospect to Other Players of his Stature

It’s hard to quantify Aaron Judge. He’s listed at 6’7, 275 but in full disclosure he looks like he ate a linebacker because his lunch wasn’t enough. He’s taller than Adam Dunn and larger than Frank Thomas. And... 
New York Yankees Individual Goals Could Make or Break the Season

New York Yankees Individual Goals Could Make or Break the Season

Baseball is one of the most individualized team sports out there. While someone like Alex Rodriguez or Mark Teixeira can carry a team for a short period of time and always have one on one battles at the plate, the Yankees’ success... 
Yankees’ Prospect, Greg Bird, to Miss 2016 Season With Torn Labrum

Yankees’ Prospect, Greg Bird, to Miss 2016 Season With Torn Labrum

New York Yankees first base prospect, Greg Bird, will miss the 2016 season with a torn labrum. At 23-years-old Bird is considered a top Yankees’ prospect, shedding his status when he emerged in New York last August and hit .261/.343... 
Yankees Land Three Prospects in Top 100, Aaron Judge, Jorge Mateo and Gary Sanchez

Yankees Land Three Prospects in Top 100, Aaron Judge, Jorge Mateo and Gary Sanchez

Baseball Prospectus released its newest list of MLB’s top 100 prospects and the Yankees landed: Aaron Judge, Jorge Mateo and Gary Sanchez on the list. For the Yankees, three players cracking the top 100 ties them for 15th most... 
Yankees Rotational Depth is There, But Who Will Account For it?

Yankees Rotational Depth is There, But Who Will Account For it?

Doug Fister is off the board and the New York Yankees never did find a middle of the order bat. The latter is somewhat understandable, outside of Justin Upton nobody really made a lot of sense for the team long-term and short-term,... 
Prospects Who Could Net the Yankees the Next Aroldis Chapman?

Prospects Who Could Net the Yankees the Next Aroldis Chapman?

Aroldis Chapman came to the Yankees in the exact type of trade New York has become known for in the past few years. The team has been extremely reluctant to part with its “blue chip” prospects recently, with Luis Severino... 
Angelo Gumbs Cut by Yankees, Testament to Not Falling in Love With Prospects

Angelo Gumbs Cut by Yankees, Testament to Not Falling in Love With Prospects

Angelo Gumbs was drafted as a second round pick in 2010. For two years starting in 2012, Gumbs was a top 10 Yankees’ prospect. A young and promising second baseman with an advanced glove, scouts felt the 23-year-old could hit... 
Looking at “The Other” Top 10 New York Yankees Prospects

Looking at “The Other” Top 10 New York Yankees Prospects

Much has been written about Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Rob Refsnyder, Jacob Lindgren and Jorge Mateo. We know Sanchez and Refsnyder have an excellent chance to break camp with the Yankees, each with inside tracks towards bench spots... 
Yankees Prospects Who Can Sneak Into the Top 10 This Season

Yankees Prospects Who Can Sneak Into the Top 10 This Season

At this point we’ve covered all top 10 Yankees’ prospects one way or another. New York has a lot of starters (Brady Lail, Ian Clarkin and James Kaprielian) who have high upside, a load of middle infield options (Kyle Roller,...