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2015 Yankees Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Aaron Judge 1st Div. RF
2 Jorge Mateo 1st Div. SS
3 Juan De Leon 1st Div. CF
4 Leonardo Molina 1st Div. CF
5 Luis Severino #3 Starter
6 Luis Torrens 1st Div. C
7 Greg Bird 1st Div. 1B
8 Miguel Andujar 1st Div. 3B
9 Gary Sanchez 1st Div. C
10 Robert Refsnyder 1st Div. 2B
11 Jacob Lindgren Closer
12 Ian Clarkin #3 Starter
13 Tyler Austin 1st Div. RF
14 Jose Ramirez #3 Starter
15 Slade Heathcott 1st Div. CF
16 Jose Campos #3 Starter
17 Dermis Garcia 1st Div. 3B
18 Ty Hensley #4 Starter
19 Bryan Mitchell #4 Starter
20 Austin DeCarr #4 Starter
21 Mark Montgomery Impact Reliever
22 Jose Pirela 2nd Div. 2B
23 Miguel Sulbaran #4 Starter
24 Abiatal Avelino 2nd Div. SS
25 Nelson Gomez #N/A
26 Gosuke Katoh 1st Div. 2B
27 Ramon Flores 2nd Div. LF
28 Eric Jagielo 2nd Div. 3B
29 Mark Payton 2nd Div. CF
30 Jake Cave 2nd Div. LF
31 Taylor Dugas 2nd Div. LF
32 J.R. Murphy 2nd Div. C
33 Chasen Shreve Reliever
34 Johnny Barbato Reliever
35 Mason Williams 2nd Div. LF
36 Rookie Davis #5 Starter
37 Angel Aguilar Backup SS
38 Thairo Estrada Backup SS
39 Jose Pujols Reliever
40 Tyler Wade Backup SS
41 Cito Culver Backup SS
42 Angelo Gumbs 2nd Div. 2B
43 Ben Gamel 2nd Div. LF
44 Danny Burawa Reliever
45 Dante Bichette, Jr. 2nd Div. 3B
46 Jordan Montgomery Reliever
47 Miguel Flames 1st Div. C
48 Caleb Smith Reliever
49 Brady Lail Reliever
50 Kyle Roller 2nd Div. 1B
51 Branden Pinder Reliever
52 Gabe Encinas Reliever
53 Tyler Webb Reliever
54 Jaron Long Reliever
55 Jordan Foley Reliever
56 Simon De la Rosa Reliever
57 Justin Kamplain Reliever
58 Michael O'Neill Backup LF
59 Nick Goody Reliever
60 James Pazos Reliever
61 Kyle Haynes Reliever
62 Nick Rumbelow Reliever
63 Dustin Fowler Backup LF
64 Rob Segedin Backup 3B
65 Connor Spencer Backup 1B
66 Mike Ford Backup 1B


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Name POS Schools
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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
6 Bryce Brentz OF Middle Tennessee State
7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
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