Prior to this season, Baseball America ranked the Yankee farm system 22nd in baseball, as a handful of graduations and struggles from former top prospects left the team a bit thin everywhere but catcher. However, as Eric’s list shows, the system has been rejuvenated over recent months, and is now one of the better [...]
Prediction comes true: Pat Venditte is on a schedule
Three days after his last appearance, Pat Venditte pitched two innings for Tampa tonight. He struck out four and allowed one hit. While its only two appearances, I willing to bet that this is a permanent shift for Venditte. He will pitch multiple-inning appearances to a [...]
I’m back from the great island of Jamaica, for now. I’m hoping to make it out to a Scranton game this weekend to get some pictures. If anyone is going to be there, let me know.
Ivan Nova Finally Consistent
Ivan Nova has been a bit of a headache for a few years now. He [...]
Jesus Montero Hits Two More Out
Jesus Montero went 2 for 4 in Tampa’s early game today with two more home runs. He’s now at .371/.421/.614 on the season. At 19 years old, Montero’s start to the season has been fairly astonishing. Its always brightens up my day to think and write about Montero. He [...]
Pat Venditte Almost Perfect
Switch-pitcher Pat Venditte put up video game-like numbers for Staten Island last season. He allowed just a 0.83 ERA in 32 2/3 innings while acting as the team’s closer and making 23 saves. He struck out 42 and walked 10 in that time period, while allowing just 13(!) hits.
He’s still [...]
Andrew Brackman Goes 6, No Walks
Following two starts where he was effective, but not dominant, Brackman finally breezed through a lineup last night. He struck out 8 and walked none in 6 innings, allowing 2 earned runs. Brackman has a long way to go, but a few more starts like this could push him [...]
I’m always searching for the best way to cover the relatively unimportant day-to-day news about minor league baseball. These things have small, but definite, impacts upon the major league team. Today, I premier the first edition of Minor Notes.
P.J. Pilittere sits.
P.J. Pilittere has been the Yankee’s property for awhile now. A catcher, he”s [...]
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