Found February 11, 2013 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
These days, everybody ranks prospects, without even taking stool samples. Well, here we go: the future of Yankee rock-n-roll.10. Mason Williams, OF. Ranked #1 on most lists, dropped to #2 on a few because he apparently thinks he craps lobster Newburg. He must read prospect rankings. Well, read this, Mace, you little piss grub: Ruben Rivera. As far as we're concerned, any punk prospect shows attitude, he gets 10 days in the Time-Out Room. You got speed. You got glove. You got nothing until you grow a pair of Yankee testicles. That means a little YES SIR, NO SIR, HOW FAR, SIR? A year in Trenton ought to do you some good. 9. Jose Campos. P. The sidecar we got in the Jesus Montero-Michael Pineda fiasco. We're adding him strictly as a personal favor to Brian Cashman. Happy birthday, Cash: As long as Campos ranks high, you can walk the streets of Tampa.8. Gary Sanchez, C. Another #1 on many lists. But who are we kidding? Everybody knows we'll trade him. He’s a hitting catcher....
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