Who's coming up? Who's going down? What's happening with the Yankees Minor League clubs?
The articale doesnt have much about him, anyone got any information??
Can anyone tell me if this is a photo of Matt DeSalvo?
any info would be appreciated?
Nice article from a local paper today. I especially liked Eric's comment that there is more in the system then folks think.
It's a good read!
Not sure whether this has been posted on here yet or not.
The most interesting item is Duncan starting the season in Trenton rather than Columbus
Pinstripes Plus carried this the other day. I will defer to the experts on this Board, but I'm starting to think that a future outfield of C.J. Henry, Jose Tabata and Austin Jackson is not only likely, but is also going to be very good.....
Not sure if we've looked at this before, but its slow at the moment. Look at the following players who will be out of contract at the end of 2006. Who do you think will be in the best position at the end of the season to take their place? Must be in the system now, or alternatively say re-sign. Obviously this isn't going to be realistic in every case, but as I said, its a slow day.
Mike Mussina - Tyler Clippard
Jaret Wright - Stephen White
Shawn Chacon - ...
thanks to Matsui55 and RobertMeacham for helping gather the info about all these fine gentlemen.
In case anyone doesnt know anything about the process, The D&F guys are attending junior colleges and can be signed in May prior to the June Draft. The 5th Year signs also can be signed in May. The players listed on the bottom are not signable and all of the juniors & seniors will be available in the Draft in June.
What did grade did the Yankees receive?I am afraid to ask and refuse to subscribe to Bosox America even though they send 2 offers every month :)
Yankees arent posted until January 4th, but the Mets were posted today. Given the Mets list and what was written in the chat, i wouldnt look forward to the Yankees being posted
After such a laughable list, i check the chat
I've gotten some info from the "Projected Minor League Rosters" thread, but I'm looking for some in-depth info about some of the Yankee players that will be at Double-A, specifically those who should be at that level around mid-June.
As many players as possible would be great, but I'm really interested in the guys who are top prospects and sleeper prospects.
I'll have a few opportunities to see the Trenton team this season, so I'm interested in who I should look out for.
Butto showed up on the provisional rosters for WBC the other day as a member of the Yankees, and finally his name is on BA's transactions list as well. I looked into his past, and he was signed in 99, and therefore would be a a 6 year FA this year. In addition his age of 5/11/82 on thebaseballcube is actually 5/11/80, as his true age was discovered later. Phillies.Scout.Com had him as their #19 prospect coming into 04 and 05. Unfortunately, unlike PP which is also on scout.com, their site has...
Does anyone have a good idea or guess what the minor league rosters will look like from A ball to AAA?
I know we have a ton of good young OF'ers and pitchers for that matter and was just curious how and who would move up the ranks.
Cuban catcher birbaro Cauizares' is having a triple crown season in winterball. With that said with the lack of depth at that slot should the Yanks look to sign the 31 year old catcher ?
Here's the Yanks' top 10:
5. CJ Henry
PP continuing to bring great content, finally getting a hold of Rios. Lots of Info on the guys who havent crossed over to America, as well as guys like Tabata, De La Rossa, and Castillo.
If you dont have a subscription, id suggest getting one. If not, the most i'll say is that there are several big guys coming over from the Dominican next year (2 of which are 16 years young), and Jonny Cordoba (who was a sensation a few years back in the DSL) is...
A pitcher,he is listed on the Venezuelan provisional roster for the WBC. Any info?
BTW, Jhonny Cordoba is listed for Panama.
for the yanks and other teams??
i did see where David Parrish was invited, but thats it--any help???
He has been pretty decent in Japan but doesn't have the eye-popping numbers of Daisuke Matsuzake. I would give him a ST invite and see if he could be a bullpen guy.
While not a high profile signing, I think it speaks to a renewed organizational emphasis in the minor league system and player development. When you see the Yanks go outside the organization for a guy like this, it at least shows that some actual thought went into the selection process.
Just a reminder to anyone who forgets (i'll post any good information from the chats if you dont have a subscription)
If you can't think of a question here's a couple things they'll hopefully get answered (add any you can think of)
- JB Cox's potential + exclusion from the Top 10.
- Jon Poterson, still any hope?
- Any thoughts on the college arms taken in 05 (Patterson, Pendleton, Kroenke)
ANyone have a scouting report on this guy? In an interview with Pinstripe Plus, roving minor league pitching coach Nardi Contreras was reportedly very high on this kid. I don't have a subscription, but does anyone know what his repotire is? How hard he throws?
When you're a young lefty and you can't even find a job in the United States, you know you can't be too good.
Sayanara, Alex of the 18.47 career ERA. Put in a good word to Daisuke for us.
Some are repeats but here they are. Glad to see we brought Borrell back...
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