Yankees Prospect Jeff Degano Makes His Way Back

In a competitive atmosphere or setting, any setback can detail a promising career. Injuries, poor performance, and enduring failure lead to rejection and the shine once glistening amongst bristling talent becomes an afterthought. Chances pass by and everything which once came easy are now as different as learning a new concept. Self reflection affords the ability to regain composure...
Via Baseball Essential
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

The Yankees are playing two different long term strategies: One for college guys, and one for Latino teens

The Yankees this week drafted 41 amateur players - 34 from the college ranks - according to the Wall Street Journal. Over the last two years, 4 out of 5 Yankee picks have been college dudes - who are about 21, a few years older than the garden variety high-schooler. The Yankees' draft rate is 83 percent college - that's higher than the MLB average - and it's the team's highest percentages...
June 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Mets, Yankees Prospects Finding Common Ground In Arizona

It seems odd to think of a Yankees hitting coach working with an up and coming Mets hitter, but when young prospects arrive from around the country to play baseball in the Arizona Fall League, that’s just what happens. Both New York teams have sent a battery of players to Arizona and wouldn’t you know it, they’ve been spending a great deal of time together. The Mets have sent...
Via Mets Merized Online
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

The Great Yankee Hope of Hope Week 2014: Aaron is the new Jesus

Wednesday, the Upheaval Empire elevated Aaron Judge to Tampa, where the 2013 first-round pick - the tallest (6'7") and most off-the-bus, intimidating Yankee outfielder since the two Davids, Winfield and Justice. Judge was leading the Atlantic Coast League in hitting (.333) and walks (39), with decent power (9 HR), and his promotion was prophesized by the bloviation wing of...
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Yankees Prospect Dante Bichette Jr Following In His Father’s Footsteps

The MLB Talk 101 continued its Offseason 101 series, this time with hosts Brian Danuff and Gershon Rabinowitz at the helm. The duo sat down with a New York Yankees prospect whose MLB pedigree brings smiles to the faces of those who grew up watching baseball during the 90’s. The prospect was none other than Dante Bichette Jr. (DBJ), the son of 4-time All Star and run producing machine...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
January 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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