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New York Yankees Prospects

A | Gary Sanchez | C | 21.7
A | Ian Clarkin | P | 0


B | Aaron Judge | OF | 22.3
B | Mason Williams | OF | 22.9
B | Greg Bird | 1B | 21.7
B | Manny Banuelos | P | 0
B | Jose Campos | P | 22
B | Tyler Austin | 1B | 22.9
B | Gosuke Katoh | 2B | 19.8
B | Ramon Flores | OF | 22.3
B | Jose De Paula | P | 23.3
B | Brett Marshall | P | 24.4
B | Ty Hensley | P | 21
B | Slade Heathcott | OF | 23.8
B | Dellin Betances | P | 26.4
B | Peter O'Brien | C | 24
B | Eric Jagielo | 3B | 22.2

C | Rob Refsnyder | 2B | 23.3
C | Ben Gamel | OF | 22.2
C | Mark Montgomery | P | 23.9
C | Jairo Heredia | P | 24.8
C | Chase Whitley | P | 25.1
C | Caleb Smith | P | 0
C | Bryan Mitchell | P | 23.3
C | Jake Cave | OF | 21.6
C | Cito Culver | SS | 21.9
C | Dante Bichette | 3B | 21.8
C | Brett Gerritse | P | 23.4
C | William Davis | P | 21.2
C | Zach Nuding | P | 24.3
C | Evan Rutckyj | P | 22.5
C | Nik Turley | P | 24.9
C | Zoilo Almonte | OF | 25.1
C | Daniel Camarena | P | 21.7
C | Jose Ramirez | P | 24.5
C | Cesar Cabral | P | 25.5
C | Gabe Encinas | P | 22.6
C | Claudio Custodio | 2B | 23.7
C | Tommy Kahnle | P | 25
C | Matt Tracy | P | 25.7
C | Danny Burawa | P | 25.6
C | Jordan Cote | P | 21.7
C | Danny Oh | P | 24.6
C | Eric Erickson | P | 26.4
C | Taylor Dugas | OF | 24.6
C | Brandon Thomas | OF | 23.5
C | Chris Breen | C | 20.3
C | Michael O'Neill | OF | 22.1
C | Austin Aune | OF | 20.9
C | Yeicok Calderon | OF | 22.6
C | J.R. Murphy | C | 23.2
C | Angelo Gumbs | 2B | 21.8

d | Thomas Neal | OF | 27
d | Melky Mesa | OF | 27.5
d | Josh Spence | P | 26.5
d | Pat Venditte | P | 29.1
d | Diego Moreno | P | 28
d | Vidal Nuno | P | 27
d | Rigoberto Arrebato | P | 28.5
d | Ronnier Mustelier | OF | 30
d | Fred Lewis | P | 33.6
d | Dean Anna | 2B | 27.7
d | Kyle Roller | 1B | 26.3

z | Alex Palma | OF | 0
z | Miguel Andujar | 3B | 19.4
z | Luis Torrens | C | 0

z | Yancarlos Baez | SS | 0

Comments

  1. Why is Vidal Nuno so low... He had a great year ... He is almost a sure thing to get some time at least in the Bullpen this year

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  2. From my primer "d level players are those that should play in the majors this year but won't make a big impact. They are names to be familiar with if you are a big fan of your team but don't get too excited about them."

    That fits Nuno.

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