Found May 12, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
There has been no shortage of family involvement in Major League Baseball over the years; the Alou family, Phil and Joe Niekro, Bobby and Barry Bonds, Yogi Berra and his son Dale, Cecil and Prince Fielder to name but a few. In some cases the newer generation outshone the former and in others the shoes of the father were just too big to fill. Well, if you think some had a tough chore keeping up with their fathers’ legacies consider Vanderbilt University’s Mike Yastrzemski. He’s the grandson of Hall of Famer and Boston Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski. Yaz played in the Majors for 23 years and among his many accomplishments were a Triple Crown, two World Series and 18 All-Star Games Mike, a senior, is a 22 year old left-hitting, right-fielder for the number 2 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores. In 2009, out of high school he was drafted in the 36th round of the MLB first-year player draft by the Boston Red Sox. He was drafted again last summer by the Seattle Mariners who offered him $300,000...

Yaz's grandson a Vandy dandy

At 45-6, the Vanderbilt baseball team is arguably the best in the nation, and while some of the Commodores' stars may be several years from becoming household names, one of them has a name you most certainly already know -- even if you can't spell it. Mike Yastrzemski is a left-handed, senior outfielder for the Commodores , who seem primed to make the second College World...
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