Yankees Prospect Power Rankings

Here are the top 20 performances by the Yankees' prospects in the long-season leagues. This is our first installment of the Power Rankings for the 2015 season.

Note: This list is not about who are the better players or prospects, but rather who is doing the best and making the most of their opportunities.

Rank Name Team Comments Last Week's Rank
1 Luis Severino TRE It's tougher to be any better in a season debut, tossing 5 innings of 1-hit, shutout baseball with 8 K's NA
2 Jake Cave TRE Has started the season with a 6-game hit streak and also has six walks too NA
3 Abiatal Avelino CHA Leads farm system in doubles [4], stolen bases [8], and runs scored [6] NA
4 Chaz Hebert CHA Had a sub-1.00 ERA, a sub-1.00 WHIP, and leads the farm system in K's [14] NA
5 Ramon Flores SWB Leads farm system in home runs [3] and total bases [19], has already hit for the cycle once, and is second in runs scored [5] NA
6 Rookie Davis TAM Like Hebert, he begins the season with two great starts and ranks third in K's [12] NA
7 Jordan Montgomery CHA Like Severino, it's tough to be better than Montgomery was in his season debut [5.2 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 9 K's] NA
8 Jorge Mateo CHA Hitting just .261 in the early going but is tied for first in stolen bases [8] and is tied for second in runs scored [5] NA
9 Miguel Andujar TAM Quietly ranks second in doubles [3] in the farm system and third in total bases [13] behind Flores and Cave NA
10 Tyler Austin SWB Leads the farm system in RBI [7] and ranks fourth in total bases [12] NA
11 Johnny Barbato TRE Hasn't allowed a base runner yet and has struck out four of the five guys he's faced so far. NA
12 Diego Moreno SWB He's allowed just two base runners in five scoreless innings and has struck out 10 already coming out of the bullpen NA
13 Brady Lail TRE Ranks second in K's [13], has walked just one batter in two starts, and already got promoted NA
14 Conor Mullee TAM Has allowed just one hit in three scoreless appearances and leads the farm in saves [2] NA
15 Jonathan Holder TAM Started his season skipping a level and tossed six shutout innings in his season debut NA
16 Justin Kamplain CHA Like Holder, he tossed six innings of shutout baseball in his season debut NA
17 Eric Jagielo TRE Second in home runs [2] and second in runs scored [5], and his .873 OPS is second in a stacked Trenton lineup NA
18 Connor Spencer CHA He's been on base 13 times in six games so far and is second in the farm system in hitting [.400] behind Cave NA
19 Chase Whitley SWB Tossed five innings of shutout baseball in his season debut NA
20 Dante Bichette Jr. TRE Tied for 4th in total bases [12] and he and Flores are the only players to have had a double, a triple, and a home run so far NA

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