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Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez represent the New York Yankees in the Future’s Game

One of the many treats over All-Star Weekend for baseball fans is the MLB Future’s Game. This exhibition contest is great for everyone involved, either in the game or watching; people get to experience America’s Pastime, played by young players who very well could turn into MLB’s next great stars. For the New York Yankees, two of their prospects were selected to represent each...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Staggering toward July, and chasing another Wild Card, the Yankees face their annual Cashman culling of the herd

It's easy to over-exaggerate the importance of a Yankee defeat, especially when your psychic existence orbits around the health of - say - Carl Pavano's buttocks. And last night's shutout was as predictable as a sugar hangover on November 1. Watching the Evils coast through the 7th and 8th innings - flailing at first pitches like they had one of A-Rod's private girlie shows to catch...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Life is good, all is well, everything is beautiful, and I love each of you.

Nothing makes a game more watchable than a six-run first.It adds drama to the night, knowing the opposing starter is toast and their bullpen is down to stems and seeds. It provides a mental cushion. You can root for the padding of stats. You can watch hockey between pitches. (Or even Cirque de Kardashian.) This must be what it's like to live in Colorado, where you can walk...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

Bullpen combines for 13 scoreless innings, Thunder beat Akron in 18

TRENTON – Coming off a 7-game road-trip in which the Thunder lost 5 games, including a 3-game sweep against New Hampshire, Trenton was hungry for a win to get back on track and start off the homestand with the right foot. In a quite tight and very long game, the Trenton Thunder were able to pull off a highly-needed win against the Akron RubberDucks in extra innings. After being...
Via Baseball Essential
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Shhh. Don't tell anybody, but it's a rebuilding year

The most important Yankee game last night was washed out. It would have been played in Trenton, but a wet field and sloppy conditions created too much risk. (Also, there might have been some lane closings ordered by the governor; not sure about that...)The future of the Yankees - if there is any - sits in Trenton.There, the elongated giant, Aaron Judge, will patrol RF - a few long...
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April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Did Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig prank the press with ‘A Deadly Adoption’?

April 1 has to be the worst day for reporters and bloggers. If not in politics and sports, then certainly on the pop culture and entertainment beats. Which stories are real? Which are April Fool’s Day jokes? Most of the time, it’s easy to tell what’s a goof and what isn’t. But in some cases, the pranks are good enough to make one wonder. So did Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig...
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April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Clip and save, for when they trade him in July

Sorry. Hate to be such a pill. (I'm thinking sodium pentothal.) The Moncada thing still haunts me. But in the names of Peter O'Brien and Manny Banuelos, I REFUSE to accept another steaming load of Yankee prospect hype, ginned up by a propaganda machine that will say anything about anybody, as long as it fills space in the paper and seats in the stadium. Nope. Won't buy it. I...
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March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankee Indian Point Power Report: With a homer yesterday, A-Rod is now tied for the team lead in home runs, with 1

Bronx Bomber Home Run Leader BoardAlex Rodriguez 1Slade Heathcott 1Gary Sanchez 1Greg Bird 1Aaron Judge 1Jake Cave 1Ramon Flores 1Tyler Austin 1
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March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Retro Week continues: Super Prospect Gary Sanchez looks forward to big development in 2014!

This hurts, especially as we rev up our hopes for the rookies - our only true salvation. If they fail, there won't be enough Martin Prados and Chris Capuanos out there to rescue to team at the trade deadline. But last February, we were licking this garbage straight from the Yankee trowel.  LAKELAND, Fla. -- Gary Sanchez, the Yankees' top prospect, was at his home in the Dominican...
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February 07, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Yankees Ink Eddy Rodriguez to Minor League Deal

The Yankees have added depth to their catching position. (Mandatory Credit: Getty Images) The New York Yankees have added depth to their catching as the team inked journeyman catcher Eddy Rodriguez to a minor league deal, according to Matt Eddy of Baseball America. The 29-year-old Rodriguez has spent the majority of professional career at the minor league level. He did have a brief...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Knee deep in no-names: Kiley McDaniel rates the Yankees as the 10th best farm system in baseball

All the way to Antonio Arias and Bryan Emery - (an outfielder we signed this month for a half-a-million frickin' dollars, even though his trainer refused to let him be seen in big games - good luck figuring that out!) - the ex-scout chronicles the long list of names to watch next summer in minor league box scores. (Spoiler alert: He's down on Gary Sanchez, the son of Jesus "Ice...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Five MLB trades that need to happen

The MLB hot stove is heating up as general managers from every team around the league meet to pretty much get the offseason going. It’s always fun to take a look at moves that might be made and trades that could be conducted. And while it’s nearly impossible to predict trades in any sport, it’s still a fun exercise for both fans and writers alike. That’s what we plan on...
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November 12, 2014  |  3 Comments

Yankees Rumors: New York could possibly trade catchers

One of the few positions at which the New York Yankees have substantial depth is behind the plate. Behind starting catcher Brian McCann, the Yankees have a plethora of catchers, most notably Francisco Cervelli. They also have Gary Sanchez, whom MLB.com rates as their #2 overall prospect. Could the Yankees move one or more of these catchers to bring more offense in return? Earlier...
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October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Joel Sherman's uncanny predictions last March for the 2014 Yankees

Damn, with the exception of A-Rod doning tights, he got it right. Sherman said he couldn't decide whether the Yankees were a first or fourth place team, because the starting pitchers had huge upside and deep, dark downsides. Then he added this...Don’t be surprised if … (Yankees edition)• After all the talk that Yankee Stadium is perfect for his power stroke, Brian McCann...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

The Descent Begins In Earnest. Do Not Read This. It Is long, Insightful and Painful.

Duque says, "we dodged a bullet," when Cliff Lee turned up lame.  I disagree.  We tried to make that deal with the same enthusiasm and foresight the Yankees exhibited in using a top draft pick on Andy Brackman, knowing he was headed for career ending surgery.  We tried to sign Cliff Lee utilizing the same planning and keen insight it took Brian Cashman to use a top draft pick...
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August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Ten leftover perplexities about the Yankees following yesterday's trade front explosions

1. I figured we'd trade a catcher. (Technically, you could say we did: But Pete O'Brien hadn't been catching for a while.) We still have 1. McCann, 2. Cervelli, 3. Murphy, 4. Romine (who's salvaging his season at Scranton) and 5. Gary Sanchez, the eternal second coming of Jesus. If the Yankees were a Dr. Seuss book, they would be titled, "The 100 Catchers of Bartholomew Cubbins....
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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Midseason Prospect Rankings: 26-50

I just started covering prospects for Baseball Professor during this offseason when I released top dynasty prospects at each position for our draft preview all the way back in March. This is my first crack at a Midseason Top 50 Prospects list and in the offseason you’ll release my top 100 The way I ranked these guys is simple: How do I think they will perform in a fantasy league...
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July 10, 2014  |  Discuss

It's time to ponder the benefits of a full-scale collapse

On yesterday's River Ave cluster-grope, Mike Axisa opined that, between now and the July 31 trade deadline, the Evil Emp would be best served with a long, long streak - of either wins or loses. Thus, management can discern whether the 2014 Yankees should be buyers or sellers.Quickly, the expert panel of veteran baseball scouts screamed down any notion of the Yankees as sellers. The...
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July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Take the pill, and let's go on a dream trip to Trenton... la-la-la...

Last night, the Mediocre Empire lost. Again. Should we care? I dunno. Those invisible fans sitting behind home plate sure don't. When the A's tied the game, I switched to Netflix and watched Lilyhammer. I felt like a crime boss who'd been given a new identity. Yep. I closed my eyes and went to...  Norway... No, Trenton, I mean TRENTON. Yeah, I checked box scores.Listen: Forget...
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June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

April May, but June Ju-LIES... The Yanks are four games behind last year's pace

Those who forget the past...Maybe we should start calling them "the Even Empire," as in "breaking even." They win a game, then they torture one.Exiting the month of May - which traditionally was cruel to Yankee powerhouses of the early 2000s - here is what I know:1. The AL East is a putrid cesspool of antique collections of mediocrity - plus a young one, Tampa Bay. Unless the Blue...
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May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Four prospects that can make an impact this year

Lets be honest, we all know that the New York Yankees are struggling this season. Injuries and suspensions to key players have hurt the team badly. In the past few games, the Yankees have been starting young pitchers such as Masahiro Tanaka and Chase Whitely, who have shown potential, especially Whitely who helped to notch a win in the second game against the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday...
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May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

As we ponder the trade market's lush garden of pitching, let us also think about the pound of flesh we will surrender

Lately, the Yankiverse seems to have settled on two bedrock conclusions:1. The 2014 team, as currently structured, couldn't bring home herpes from a trip to Buffalo.2. To fulfill the team's prime objective - having anyone watching YES in August - Brian Cashman must trade for a starting pitcher.It's pointless to speculate the identify of that lucky fellow. But we all know his resume...
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May 24, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees Top 10 Prospects

The New York Yankees have a poor farm system. Almost every one of the team’s top prospects underperformed last season, so it’s difficult to accurately assess the system moving forward. Sanchez and Murphy are good catching prospects. Judge is a mystery and could become a good power hitter. Austin, Heathcott, and Williams are all highly-regarded outfielders who performed poorly...
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May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Monday Morning Ten Pack: May 5, 2014 by Jason Parks and BP Prospect Staff

Updates or introductions to Ben Lively, Victor Reyes, Domingo German, Gary Sanchez, and more.
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May 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Yankees Rumors: John Ryan Murphy could become a trade chip

Scouts around the league consider New York Yankees backup catcher, John Ryan Murphy, to have the all-around game to be a starter behind the plate, according to John Harper of the New York Daily News. With Brian McCann signed to his new deal and high-ceiling prospect Gary Sanchez waiting in the wings, Harper notes that Murphy could become a trade chip for the Yankees at some point...
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May 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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