Posted December 31, 2012 on yankees.scout.com
Comparing what the Yankees and Red Sox have at each position in the minor leagues, we take a look at the crop of second base prospects in each system. Which system is deeper? Which prospects have the most power? The highest ceilings? Take a look at this comparison between the two rival AL East farm systems.
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