1) Mike over at RAB updated his top 30 prospects to reflect the addition of new draftees. Some interesting names: Heathcott at 4, Vizcaino at 6, Banuelos at 8, Stoneburner, DeLeon, and Murphy at 14-16. Check out the full list, it has some great stuff, and the comments have some really enlightening thoughts as [...]
[image title="Yankees Spring Baseball" size="full" id="4529" align="right" ]Eduardo Nunez Emerges
Eduardo Nunez exploded on to the prospect scene in 2005 when he hit .313/.365/.427 for Staten Island while playing flashy defense at the tender age of 18. For those [...]
I’ve been very busy lately. I am graduating college on Sunday, so there’s been a lot to wrap up. Finally, Minor Notes returns.
Jesus Monero Red Hot
Jesus Montero has been scorching the ball lately. In his last four games, Montero has hit .555/.555/.777 with 8 RBIs and just two strikeouts. Despite hitting so well, [...]
Alfredo Aceves Rebounds
Alfredo Aceves was a real standout in the Mexican League, and took less than a full season in the minors to make the big leagues. It isn’t all that uncommon for an experienced pitcher to rocket through several layers of the minor leagues in a small period of time. It is also [...]
Scranton Wins 10th Straight Game
The Scranton Wilkes-Barre Yankees are 10-0 to start off their season. Eight of their wins have been on the road. They have scored 7.9 runs per game and allowed just 3.3 runs per game. They are hitting a ridiculous .323/.402/.510 as a team, in a league that has so far [...]
I may or may not be able to get another Minor Notes up before I leave for the weekend. The good news? I’m leaving Wednesday afternoon to head down to New York and see Thursday’s historic game. I’ll be off the grid following that.
Mark Melancon, Again
Because I’m a baseball geek, I’ve been keeping [...]
Our daily minor league recaps were delayed by Easter and Passover, but some very interesting things happened in the minors this week.
Starting Pitching Excels
All around the minors, Yankee starting pitching dominated. Ian Kennedy struck out 11 in 6 innings without walking a batter… but still lost. Dellin Betances struck out 6 and walked [...]
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