Posted February 16, 2012 on yankees.scout.com
PLAYERS: Adam Warren
TEAMS: New York Yankees
The New York Yankees drafted right-handed pitcher Adam Warren in the fourth round of the 2009 MLB Draft out of the University of North Carolina. His meteoric rise through the minor leagues continued in 2011 as he posted yet another solid season, this time doing it at the Triple-A level, and now he is on the short list of potential big ready pitchers for the Yankees.
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