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Postby rpimpsner » Sat Jul 20, 2019 12:12 pm

Here is our story on LHP Tim Hardy who the Yankees signed this season after the Astros released him.
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Postby rpimpsner » Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:31 pm

Update on Michael King and his rehab

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Postby rpimpsner » Fri Jul 26, 2019 7:47 am

Here is our feature on LHP Josh Maciejewski who had a pretty good start to his 2019 season.

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Postby BigGuy » Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:57 am

Canaan Smith’s bat is carrying him through Yankees’ minor league system

Smith is in the middle of a tremendous season for the Class-A Charleston RiverDogs.

By Dan Kelly Jul 28, 2019, 10:00am EDT

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Pick by pick, it became clear that the Yankees had specifically targeted pitching in the 2017 draft. The lone exception in the first 11 rounds was Canaan Smith, an outfielder from Rockwall-Heath high school in Texas.

Smith had a commitment to the University of Arkansas and was coming off a senior season where he made national news for drawing 57 walks, the ninth highest total for a high school player in history. At one point it appeared he may even challenge the national record. The high walk total stemmed from a combination of opponents pitching around Smith’s talented bat, and his focused eye at the plate. The Yankees added a talented young outfielder who is currently rewarding them with a great season for the Low-A Charleston RiverDogs.

After being drafted, Smith reported to the Yankees Gulf Coast League affiliate and immediately found success. His plate discipline lived up to the hype as he registered a .430 on-base percentage with more walks than strikeouts. Following this strong debut, Smith found himself on numerous top prospects list, and was reportedly asked for in trade talks over the winter.

Following up on his initial success proved difficult though, as Smith struggled from the get go with the Staten Island Yankees. Smith battled some injuries, and one report also stated that the Yankees were not happy with his conditioning when he had arrived to camp. He adjusted his approach and saw his strikeout rate rise to 30%, while his walk rate dropped to 11%. He finished the season with a .191/.281/.316 triple-slash with an 81 wRC+.

As Smith struggled, many other highly-touted outfield prospects shot through the system. It wasn’t clear where he would fit in the organization’s long-term plans. While considered an adequate defender at either corner outfield position, Smith’s tools (speed, arm and fielding ability) are considered average to slightly above average. His bat was going to have to carry him through the ranks.

Heading into 2019, many wondered what version of Smith would show up. The player who impressed in the months after being drafted? Or the player who struggled mightily as he stepped up to a more advanced level?

Entering the final full month of the South Atlantic League season, Smith is breaking out in a big way with Charleston, hitting .312/.412/.459 on the year, which is good for a 153 wRC+. Smith’s approach seems sound, as he is back to walking 14.5% of the time while lowering his strikeout rate to an acceptable 21%. He is also showing the ability to use the entire field by pulling the ball in 39% of his at-bats, while going the opposite way 40% of the time. In fact, 14 of his 23 doubles have gone to the opposite field.

While producing a great season, Smith has still yet to tap into the raw power that some scouts feel he posses. If over the next year Smith can begin to hit for more power, his profile will rise tremendously and he could easily become the best left-handed impact bat in the Yankees’ minor league system.

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Smith turned 20 years old during the 2019 season, and he is on the cusp of becoming one of the team’s best prospects. He has shown the mental and physical tools needed to rebound from his struggles in 2018 with a big offensive season for the Class-A Charleston RiverDogs. His ability to control the strike zone and use the entire field gives Smith the opportunity to add to his already advanced approach and become a rare impact bat.
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Postby rpimpsner » Thu Aug 01, 2019 8:54 am

It took me a while but I was finally able to track down a scout that had some info on Alfredo Garcia. Here is that: https://pinstripedprospects.com/get-to- ... ilb-43822/
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Postby BigGuy » Thu Aug 08, 2019 3:02 pm

Two pitching prospects making a case for their Yankees future

Nick Nelson and Brian Keller are performing at a high level for the Trenton Thunder, and may be pitching their way onto the 40-man roster heading into next season.

By Dan Kelly Aug 8, 2019, 2:00pm EDT

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As the minor league teams finish up their final month of the regular season, it is becoming clear that the Yankees are going to have tough decisions to make regarding which players to protect from the 2019 Rule 5 draft. In the past, the Yankees have lost players such as Tommy Kahnle and Jose Quintana due to a lack of 40-man roster spots. They have also seen players drafted and returned, such as Nestor Cortes Jr. and Mike Ford, who are now contributing at the big-league level.

Many tough decisions come from balancing the roster with players who are knocking on the door and prospects with high ceilings who may need more time to develop. While a top prospect like Deivi Garcia is an obvious candidate for a roster spot, players like Nick Nelson and Brian Keller are pitching well for Double-A Trenton and making strong cases of their own.

Nelson, 23, was drafted in the fourth round of the 2016 draft out of Gulf Coast Community College in Florida. He played on both sides of the ball in college, leading his team in both innings pitched and in at-bats. Nelson hit 19 home runs in two seasons at the school, and was prepared to attend the University of Florida if he had slid further down in the draft.

Once drafted, he focused on pitching and quickly entered the Yankees’ top prospects list. Armed with a plus fastball that can sit in the mid-90s while touching 98 mph, Nelson also has a strong mix of pitches with a curveball, slider, and changeup that all grade as major-league caliber pitches.

This season in Trenton, Nelson continues to show his power arm with an 11.0 K/9 rate. This follows up on a 2018 season where he finished second in the Yankees’ system with 144 strikeouts. The only thing holding Nelson back from being a truly elite starter and prospect is below average control, as he has a 5.2 BB/9 rate at Double-A this season. Despite the high walk rate, Nelson’s strong fastball and ability to strike batters out make him a prime target for the Rule 5 draft. Teams traditionally gravitate towards acquiring strong armed pitchers, knowing they can try to ease them through the season in the bullpen.

Keller, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee pitcher, came close to not being drafted in 2016. A positive late season evaluation by the Yankees’ area scout led to the Bombers taking Keller in the 39th round of the draft. Shortly after the Yankees drafted him, Keller was able to unlock more velocity in his fastball, bringing it into the low 90s. This increase in velocity made all of Keller’s four pitches more effective, and his professional career got off to a great start. He debuted with 41 innings pitched and a 0.88 ERA across three levels that season.

The 25-year-old has never had issues throwing strikes, accruing a career 2.1 BB/9 rate that has been consistent year after year. After starting the season on the injured list, Keller made himself standout by throwing a seven-inning no-hitter against the Altoona Curve on August 1. Keller has been extremely effective for Trenton this season, pitching to a 2.32 ERA with a 0.93 WHIP. Keller may not have the high ceiling as some Rule 5 targets, but he can pound the strike zone and is putting together an outstanding season.

With all the injuries they have sustained this season, the Yankees would be in trouble if it wasm’t for the impressive depth they created in the upper levels of their minor league system. In an organization with so many high-ceiling youngsters a few years away from contributing, the Yankees could feel the pain if they let one of these near-ready prospects slip out of their grasp.

Finding the right blend of high-ceiling talent and players who may be ready to contribute in the coming season creates difficult decisions for the Yankees’ front office. Nick Nelson and Brian Keller are performing well and making a strong case to be part of the roster moving into 2020.
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Postby BigGuy » Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:27 am

7 Yankees farmhands on 7 clubs who are homer happy | Trey Amburgey, Dermis Garcia, Chris Gittens, Ezequiel Duran make cut

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Yankees farmhands Dermis Garcia (right), Trey Amburgey (top left) and Chris Gittens (bottom left) have been hitting for a lot of power this season. (Photo credit to NJ Advance Media for NJ.com, Tampa Tarpons and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders)

By Randy Miller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

TORONTO — The Yankees set a major league record for homers last season and they’re on pace to break their record in 2019, although the Minnesota Twins ahead of them.

Here are Yankees farmhands who are leading their clubs in homers with the exception of Triple-A, as we’ve included the runner-up because top dog Mike Ford (23 homers) currently is in the bigs.


CLASS AAA

TREY AMBURGEY, OF

2019 club: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.

Age: 24 (25 on Oct. 24, 2019).

Size: 6-2, 210.

Acquired: 2015 draft, 13th round.

Bats: Right.

2019 hitting stats: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, .268 average, 388 AB, 59 runs, 104 hits, 24 doubles, 2 triples, 20 HR, 53 RBI, 27 BB, 96 K, 6 SB, 2 CS, .814 OPS, 103 games.

The skinny: Was tied for 19th in homers in International League through Aug. 10. … Eight of his career-best 20 homers have come in 118 at-bats against left-handers. … Tied Dom Thompson-Williams for first among Yankees minor leaguers in 2018 with 74 RBI and was tied for fifth with 16 homers.

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CLASS AA

CHRIS GITTENS, 1B

2019 club: Trenton Thunder.

Age: 25 (26 on Feb. 4, 2020).

Size: 6-4, 250.

Acquired: 2014 draft, 12th round.

Bats: Right.

2019 stats: Trenton, .284 average, 338 AB, 48 runs, 96 hits, 15 doubles, 1 triple, 19 HR, 68 RBI, 61 BB, 113 K, 0 SB, 0 CS, .901 OPS, 98 games.

The skinny: Ranked third in Eastern League in homers, first in RBI and first in OPS through Aug. 10. … Repeating Double-A this season after hitting just .197 with six homers in 53 games for Trenton in 2018. … Belted 13 homers in 248 at-bats over 73 games for Tampa in 2017 and a career-best 21 homers in 383 at-bats over 107 games with Charleston in 2016.

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CLASS A ADVANCED

DERMIS GARCIA, 3B

2019 club: Tampa Tarpons.

Age: 21 (22 on Jan. 7, 2020).

Size: 6-3, 200.

Acquired: Signed as amateur free agent out of the Dominican Republic for $3 million on July 2, 2014.

Bats: Right.

2019 stats: Tampa, .247 average, 271 AB, 35 runs, 67 hits, 15 doubles, 0 triples, 17 HR, 54 RBI, 19 BB, 105 K, 4 SB, 2 CS, .787 OPS, 75 games.

The skinny: Ranked second in Florida State League in homers through Aug. 10 despite being on injured list since July 8 with undisclosed issue. … Last season tied for 15th in South Atlantic League in homers.

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CLASS A


BRANDON LOCKRIDGE, CF

2019 club: Charlestown RiverDogs.

Age: 22 (23 on March 14, 2020).

Size: 6-1, 185.

Acquired: 2018 draft, 5th round.

Bats: Right.

2019 stats: Charleston, .252 average, 425 AB, 58 runs, 107 hits, 29 doubles, 3 triples, 12 HR, 51 RBI, 38 BB, 118 K, 19 SB, 8 CS, .737 OPS, 103 games.

The skinny: Was tied for 14th in South Atlantic League in homers and ranked 15th in steals through Aug. 10. … Hitting .265 with 11 homers in 330 at-bats against right-handers and .211 with one homer in 95 AB facing lefties. … Had eight homers in 81 at-bats over 26 games as a first-year pro in 2018 playing for the Gulf Coast League Yankees West and Staten Island. … Hit only 12 homers in 715 at-bats over three collegiate seasons for Troy (2016-18).

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CLASS A SHORT SEASON

EZEQUIEL DURAN

2019 club: Staten Island Yankees.

Age: 20 (21 on May 22, 2020)

Size: 5-11, 185.

Acquired: Signed as amateur free agent out of Dominican Republic on July 2, 2017.

Bats: Right.

2019 stats: Staten Island, .283 average, 184 AB, 35 runs, 52 hits, 11 doubles, 4 triples, 10 HR, 32 RBI, 20 BB, 58 K, 7 SB, 3 CS, .903 OPS, 48 games.

The skinny: Led New York-Penn League in homers and total bases, ranked second in OPS and was tied for third in RBI through Aug. 10. … Hitting .315 (17-for-54) with three homers and eight RBI over his last 14 games. … Had just seven homers over 280 combined at-bats in first two pro seasons from 2017-18.

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ROOKIE ADVANCED

CHAD BELL

Club: Pulaski Yankees

Age: 22 (23 on March 4, 2020)

Size: 6-3, 210.

Acquired: 2019 draft, 19th round out of Louisiana-Monroe.

Bats: Left.

2019 stats: Pulaski, .277 average, 141 AB, 25 runs, 39 hits, 4 doubles, 0 triples, 9 HR, 34 RBI, 16 BB, 56 K, 1 SB, 1 CS, .842 OPS, 40 games.

The skinny: Was tied for fourth in Appalachian League in homers and RBI through Aug. 10. … Hitting .295 with eight homers in 112 at-bats against right-handers. … Led Louisiana-Monroe with a school record 21 homers (in 231 at-bats) as senior in 2019 with the team runner-up finishing with just seven.

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ROOKIE

MAIKOL ESCOTTO, INF

2019 club: Dominican Summer League Yankees

Age: 17 (18 on June 4, 2020)

Size: 5-11, 180.

Acquired: Signed as amateur free agent out of Dominican Republic on July 2, 2018.

Bats: Right.

2019 stats: DSL Yankees, .346 average, 153 AB, 39 runs, 53 hits, 11 doubles, 3 triples, 7 HR, 22 RBI, 26 BB, 46 K, 1 0 SB, 3 CS, 1.045 OPS, 37 games.

The skinny: Tied for 10th in Dominican Summer League in homers, ranks 10th in hitting and was tied for 19th in total bases through Aug. 10. ... Has made 19 starts at second base (5 errors), 8 at third base (3 errors) and 5 at shortstop (2 errors).
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Postby BigGuy » Tue Aug 13, 2019 4:14 pm

Yankees shuffle bullpen, call up Adonis Rosa: 7 things you need to know about the newbie

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The Yankees called up righty pitching prospect Adonis Rosa on Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of the Yankees)

By Brendan Kuty | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Desperate for arms, the Yankees added another newbie in a series of roster moves announced before Tuesday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles.

Prior to tonight’s game, the Yankees made the following roster moves:

· Designated LHP Joe Mantiply for assignment.

· Released LHP Daniel Camarena from the roster.

· Returned RHP Jonathan Loaisiga (#43) from rehab and reinstated him from the 60-day injured list.

— MLB Pipeline ranks Loaisiga the Yankees’ No. 6 overall prospect. He’s expected to join the bullpen after spending most of his career in the minor and a brief stint in the majors as a starting pitcher.

· Signed RHP Adonis Rosa (#73) to a Major League contract and selected him to the 25-man roster from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.


Here’s what you need to know about the right-handed Adonis Rosa, who’s receiving his first-ever big-league call up after spending a long time in the minors with the organization:

Who is he? The Yankees signed Rosa, 24, in December 2013. He’s climbed slowly through the Yankees’ system. This year, he’s bounced between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. At Triple-A, he’s had a 3.45 ERA with 7.9 K/9 and 2.2 BB/9 in nine games and four starts. At Double-A, he had a 4.60 ERA with a 7.7 K/9 and a 4.0 BB/9 in 12 games and five starts.

What he throws: He’s a low-to-mid-90s fastball guy with a curve ball and a slider. He’s quick to the plate out of the stretch. He looks like he short-arms a bit.

Why he’s here: The Yankees needed another body after Monday’s bullpen day. Lefty Joe Mantiply and righty Brady Lail both pitched in the 11-8 victory in the second half of the day’s doubleheader with the Orioles.

Will he have staying power? Maybe. Probably not. With Jonathan Holder, David Hale and Stephen Tarpley each on the injured list, the Yankees are low on arms, and rosters expand in September.

Where’s he from: Santiago, Dominican Republic.

His vitals: 6-foot-1, 170 pounds.

His middle name is … Emmanuel.
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Postby BigGuy » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:32 am

Four Yankees draft picks who are impressing in their pro debuts

These players haven’t had much trouble adjusting to the professional ranks

By Aaron Esposito Aug 15, 2019, 10:00am EDT

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Every MLB draft pick wants to make a good impression right out of the gate with their new team. In reality, however, there’s often an adjustment period for players getting their first taste of professional baseball. That said, many of the Yankees/ top draft picks have had no such trouble. Here are a handful of 2019 draftees who have made a splash in their first month as members of the Yankees’ organization.


T.J. Sikkema
The Yankees selected Sikkema, a big left-handed pitcher out of Missouri, with the 38th overall pick in the 2019 draft. After dominating the SEC in his junior season, Sikkema is making quick work of his opponents in the New York-Penn League. In his first 10.2 innings of play, Sikkema has surrendered just one run on six hits and registered 13 strikeouts. A 13.0 K/BB ratio isn’t sustainable, but that level of dominance is a welcome sight for the Yankees, who put a lot of faith in the lefty by selecting him in the competitive balance round.


Josh Smith
The Yankees’ second-round pick, infielder Josh Smith, was expected to perform well right off the bat as a 22-year-old with three years of SEC competition under his belt. The club started him out at Low-A Staten Island, and he hasn’t disappointed. The young shortstop is slashing .407/.521/.593 in his first 12 games with a minuscule 5.6% strikeout rate. He’s displayed patience, power, and elite contact skills in the early going, offering hope that he could have a future similar to another former LSU Tiger, DJ LeMahieu. The Yankees clearly placed an emphasis on middle infield depth early in the draft, and if Smith’s performance thus far is any indication, he could move quickly through the Yankees’ system.


Ken Waldichuk

Waldichuk was the third left-hander selected by the Yankees in the first five rounds of the MLB Draft. At six-foot-four and 220 pounds, the St. Mary’s product has thrown 23.1 innings in the Appalachian League, and the results have been impressive. Waldichuk owns a highly respectable 3.47 ERA in eight starts, but it’s his strikeout totals that jump off the page. Waldichuk has punched out 41 batters and walked four in 23.1 innings, good for a 15.8 K/9 and a 10.25 K/BB rate. In his August 3rd start, the left-hander struck out nine batters in four innings, his longest outing of the season. If Waldichuk can continue to build off his early success, the Yankees might have found a steal in the fifth round.


Spencer Hansen
Back when the Yankees drafted Hansen, I suggested that the Yankees could potentially see a little bit of Luke Voit in his profile. He’s shown flashes of that kind of power in the early going, with six home runs in his first 24 professional games. The 18-year-old has posted a solid .256/.378/.573 line in 82 at-bats between Pulaski and Staten Island, and has been the best offensive performer among Yankees draft picks not named Josh Smith.

It’s a long and winding road to the big leagues, but these four 2019 draft picks have started off on the right path.
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Postby BigGuy » Fri Aug 16, 2019 3:18 pm

Ezequiel Duran is putting it all together

Ezequiel Duran has rebounded from a poor 2018 season to become a force in the Staten Island Yankees lineup.

By Dan Kelly Aug 16, 2019, 12:00pm EDT

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Since 2017, the Yankees have signed numerous highly-rated international prospects, and used top draft picks to boost the middle infield depth in their farm system. International signees, rospects such as Alexander Vargas and Roberto Chirinos, as well as high draft picks, like Anthony Volpe and Josh Smith, are among those who have been brought into the system with much hype and anticipation.

While these high-profile acquisitions are making their presence felt across the system, Ezequiel Duran has flown under the radar, but the young second baseman is making a big impact for the Staten Island Yankees this season. He now looks like a part of the Yankees system’s middle infield equation.

Duran’s short professional career has been one of starts and stops. He was a good enough prospect that many scouts feel he would have warranted a healthy six-figure bonus as part of the 2015-2016 international signing class. After failing to register with MLB in time, Duran did not become eligible to sign until over a year later. Duran ended up signing with the Yankees as an 18 year old for only $10K on July 2nd, 2017, two full years after he would have first been old enough to sign.

Upon signing, Duran played like someone making up for lost time, as he torched the Dominican Summer League with a 1.169 OPS that included 12 extra-base hits in 15 games. The metrics available also caught the eyes of scouts, as Duran reportedly recorded 112 mph exit velocities.

Results in the DSL can be easily be written off, considering it is the lowest level of the minor leagues, and Duran only played in a small sample size of games. One set of scouts took notice, though, and even with Yankees boasting a deep farm system heading into the 2018 season, FanGraphs rated Duran as the 14th-best Yankees prospect.

Entry onto a top prospects list brought Duran more attention as well as expectations as he came stateside for the first time in early 2018. Between his play in the Dominican and in extended spring training, the Yankees thought enough of his ability to jump Duran over the Gulf Coast League, and start his 2018 season with the rookie advanced Pulaski Yankees. Facing higher caliber pitching in the Appalachian league, Duran’s aggressive approach at the plate was exploited by the competition and he struggled to produce offensively. Duran frequently found himself behind in the count, and failed to make much hard contact, producing an extremely low 10% line drive rate. His lack of quality contact was made worse by his impatience at the plate, as he walked less than 4% of the time. The end result was a .201/.251/.311 line, and an abysmal 48 wRC+.

Moving into 2019, Duran was promoted one level to the short-season Single-A Staten Island Yankees. The early results looked as if Duran was again over-matched, as he started the season with 14 strikeouts and only three hits in his first six games. Then, Duran started hitting, and he hasn’t stopped in the 45 games since. He’s currently slashing .286/.350/.560, which is good for a 163 wRC+ in the NY-Penn League.

His 11 home runs lead the league, while his four triples are tied for third in the league. Duran’s power works to all fields as well, as five of the right-hander’s home runs have come to center and right field. Duran has also increased his walk rate this season to nearly 10%. Improved plate discipline combined with ever-present physical tools has allowed Duran to get to this power and drive the ball. The 20-year-old is providing Staten Island with a potent one-two punch at the top of the lineup with fellow middle infielder, 2019 second-round pick Josh Smith.

Duran is quickly showing the tools that should get Yankees fans excited. He has excellent bat speed and power, and is capitalizing on these tools to thrive in 2019. With many other high-profile prospects populating middle infield positions in the Yankees’ system, Duran will have to continue to impress to stay ahead of a talented crowd. Duran posses the tools and abilities to do so, and now he is starting to put it all together.
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