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    Looking Back: Not Short On Stuff

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    Moreno Not Complacent

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    Yankees Hitting Prospect Awards

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  • 01.

    Austin Turning The Page

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    Trenton Thunder Season In Review

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  • 03.

    Mateo More Focused

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  • 04.

    Looking Back: Not Short On Stuff

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 05.

    Moreno Not Complacent

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 06.

    Yankees Hitting Prospect Awards

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

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  • 01.

    Austin Turning The Page

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Trenton Thunder Season In Review

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Mateo More Focused

    Patrick Teale / Publisher

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Yankees Pitching Prospect Awards

Yankees Pitching Prospect Awards

Rather than merely hand out awards like the Pitcher of the Year and the like, we hand out various prospect superlative awards including, but not limited to; the "Phil Hughes Award" to the pitcher who best combined results with talent, the "Manny Banuelos Award" to the lower level pitching prospect who is much better than the national media realizes, etc, etc.

Bird Carrying It Over

Bird Carrying It Over

Greg Bird finished his 2014 in strong fashion, clubbing seven home runs in his 27-game trial with Double-A Trenton and posting a .937 OPS. He's carried it over into a strong start to his Arizona Fall League season with the Scottsdale Scorpions by hitting in ten straight games and clubbing his fourth home of their young season already on Monday, and he says he wants to finish strong.

Tampa Yankees Season In Review

Tampa Yankees Season In Review

The Tampa Yankees had a solid season in 2014, finishing the year with a 71-68 record and just 6.5 games out of first place in the overall standings. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Castillo Excited For His Debut Season

Castillo Excited For His Debut Season

The Yankees signed Venezuelan shortstop Diego Castillo on July 2nd this year and he immediately made a strong impression with his unofficial debut at Instructs this season, displaying the consistent bat and high-energy style of play that he had been known for as an amateur. He says he's still getting used to professional baseball but he can't wait to make his official debut in 2015.

Charleston RiverDogs Season In Review

Charleston RiverDogs Season In Review

The Charleston RiverDogs had a pretty solid season in 2014, finishing the year with a 71-69 record and third place in their division, despite being 19 games out of first place. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Park Feels He Belongs

Park Feels He Belongs

The Yankees signed 18-year old Korean shortstop Hyo-Joon Park this year as one of their top International free agent signings. He says he didn't feel like a part of the Yankees until this Instructional League season but after getting a taste of professional baseball, despite the obvious cultural and lingual adjustments that need to be made, he feels like he belongs.

Catcher Luis Torrens

Staten Island Yankees Season In Review

The Staten Island Yankees had a disappointing season in 2014, finishing the year in third place in their division with a 37-38 record, eight and half games out of first place, which was their second straight sub-.500 season. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Enns Moving Fairly Quickly

Enns Moving Fairly Quickly

Left-hander Dietrich Enns was in the midst of a fantastic season with the high-A Tampa Yankees this past year, posting a tiny 1.42 ERA through his first 13 appearances and striking out a batter per inning pitched, before succumbing to Tommy John surgery in early June. He's been rehabbing his way back and things are moving fairly quickly for him as he reached a milestone this past week.

RHP Domingo Acevedo

GCL Yankees2 Season In Review

The Gulf Coast League Yankees2 had a really strong season in 2014, finishing the year first in the Northeast Division of the Gulf Coast League with 35-25 record. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Refsnyder Going About His Work

Refsnyder Going About His Work

Rob Refsnyder had another great season in 2014, hitting a combined .318 with 58 extra-base hits at the two highest minor league levels. Despite his success though, he still hasn't gotten that long awaited big league call-up. Neither upset nor disappointed, he just continues to go about his work and he is already getting ready for the 2015 season.

GCL Yankees1 Season In Review

GCL Yankees1 Season In Review

The Gulf Coast League Yankees1 had a superb season in 2014, finishing the year with a league best 38-22 record before falling to the GCL Red Sox in the Championship series. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Yankees 2014 IFA Class: First Impressions

Yankees 2014 IFA Class: First Impressions

The Yankees spent a record amount of money on this year's International free agent class and many of them got their first taste of baseball in the United States at Instructs, including, but not limited to, Dermis Garcia, Alexander Vargas, Hoy Jun Park, Miguel Flames, and others. Here are the first impressions as they get set for their debut seasons in 2015.

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