Tool Time: Top Ten Hitters For Average

Tool Time: Top Ten Hitters For Average

PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the top hitters in the Yankees' system, ranking the top ten who project to hit for the highest averages at the Major League level with the Yankees and also giving some insights on lower level prospects who haven't hit for a high average yet but could do so at some point down the road.

Yankees vs. Red Sox: Third Base Prospects

Yankees vs. Red Sox: Third Base Prospects

Comparing what the Yankees and Red Sox have at each position in the minor leagues, we take a look at the crop of third base prospects in each system. Which system is deeper? Which prospects have the most power? The highest ceilings? Take a look at this comparison between the two rival AL East farm systems.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #32: Tyler Webb

Scouting Yankees Prospect #32: Tyler Webb

The Yankees drafted left-handed pitcher Tyler Webb in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB Draft out of the University of South Carolina. Baseball insiders believed he could be a quick riser through the minor leagues upon his selection and he did exactly that, pitching at three different levels in his first full season last year and advancing all the way to Triple-A.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #33: Cesar Vargas

Scouting Yankees Prospect #33: Cesar Vargas

The Yankees signed right-handed pitcher Cesar Vargas out of Mexico back in 2009. A steady climber over the years as a starting pitching prospect, he was a bit buried in the Yankee depth of quality arms so they moved him to the bullpen last season. He once again proved more than capable of consistently setting batters down and now he gives the Yankees both some short-term and long-term options.

Scouting Yankees Prospect #34:Alexander Palma

Scouting Yankees Prospect #34:Alexander Palma

The Yankees signed outfielder Alexander Palma back in 2012 out of Venezuela for a reported $800,000. Known as a hit-first player when he first signed as a 16-year old, he's certainly upheld that reputation in his first couple of seasons while also rounding out the other areas of his game.