Scouting Yankees Prospect #13: Jake Cave

Scouting Yankees Prospect #13: Jake Cave

The Yankees selected outfielder Jake Cave in the sixth round of the 2011 MLB Draft out of Kecoughtan High School in Virginia. He missed the first two years dealing with a nagging knee injury but has seen his game continually improving over the ensuing two seasons to the point where he's now considered one of the better prospects in the organization.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #14: Ramon Flores

Scouting Yankees Prospect #14: Ramon Flores

The Yankees signed outfielder Ramon Flores out of Venezuela for a reported $775,000 as part of their 'July 2nd' signing group in 2008. Not armed with plus power or blazing speed, he has therefore flown under the radar during his minor league ascent but carries with him one of the more consistent games around.

WARRIOR TV EP. 3: SEAL vs. Scout Sniper

WARRIOR TV EP. 3: SEAL vs. Scout Sniper

Frank Galli may not be the biggest man in the room, but the former Marine Scout sniper has made a name for himself as one of the greatest shooters in America. But can Galli outshoot Warrior TV host Jake Zweig, a former Navy SEAL? Watch them square off in a duel from 1,000 yards.

2015 MLB Draft: Full Count Trends 5/18

2015 MLB Draft: Full Count Trends 5/18

The MLB Draft is just a few weeks away and several players are seeing their stock rise and fall. Jeff Ellis profiles several in this week's Full Count Trends.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #15: Jacob Lindgren

Scouting Yankees Prospect #15: Jacob Lindgren

The Yankees drafted left-handed pitcher Jacob Lindgren in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft out of Mississippi State University. Expected to be one of the first players from his draft class to ascend to the big leagues, he has soared his way through the minor leagues in dominating fashion thus far.

Strikeouts No Concern For Aune

Strikeouts No Concern For Aune

CHARLESTON, SC - Coming into his first full season as an active member of this Charleston team, Austin Aune was looking for improvement on two things: consistent hitting and solid defense. Aune admits to struggling at the plate the past few years, but he and his coaches are not concerned in the least bit. All they are looking for is continuous improvement.