Scouting Yankees Prospect #42: Matt Tracy

Scouting Yankees Prospect #42: Matt Tracy

The Yankees drafted left-handed pitcher Matt Tracy in the 24th round of the 2011 MLB Draft out of the University of Mississippi. He bounced back from an injury plagued 2013 campaign to have a solid season last year, finishing second overall in innings pitched in the farm system, in the top five in wins, and in the top ten among the ERA leaders.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #43: Kyle Roller

Scouting Yankees Prospect #43: Kyle Roller

The New York Yankees selected first baseman Kyle Roller in the eighth round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of East Carolina University. Long considered a 'sleeper' prospect because of his above average power potential, he has slowly and steadily become a better all-around ball player over the years and it culminated last year with a breakout season at the highest minor league levels.

Recruiting: Scout's Top 25 Classes for 2015

Recruiting: Scout's Top 25 Classes for 2015

Here is where the nation's top 25 classes stand as Signing Day approaches.

Scouting Report: OF, Taylor Dugas

Scouting Report: OF, Taylor Dugas

The New York Yankees selected outfielder Taylor Dugas in the eighth round of the 2012 MLB Draft out of the University of Alabama. The all-time career hit leader at Alabama isn't the toolsiest player around and therefore has a limited ceiling but he's also proven to be one of the better hitters around and the epitome of a professional baseball player.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #44: Gabe Encinas

Scouting Yankees Prospect #44: Gabe Encinas

The Yankees drafted right-handed pitcher Gabe Encinas in the sixth round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of St. Paul High School in California. He had begun to see a significant uptick in stuff in 2012 but succumbed to Tommy John surgery the following season. He returned last year and so did his stuff, and he still has a ton of upside.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #45: Angelo Gumbs

Scouting Yankees Prospect #45: Angelo Gumbs

The New York Yankees selected then outfielder Angelo Gumbs in the second round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of Torrance High School in California before moving him to second base. One of the toolsiest players in the farm system since his selection, he simply hasn't been able to stay healthy over the years and it culminated in surgery this offseason.