Sizing Up The Outfield Prospects - Part One

PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the Yankees' outfield prospects. Which OF prospect has the highest upside? Which are the ones ready to make a Major League impact soon? These questions are answered in Part One of our two part series on the Yankees' outfield prospects.

Highest Ceiling

Melky Cabrera: Melky is as aggressive as they come, both on the base paths and in the batter's box. He's a bit of a free-swinger with the knack of making very good contact. Melky will take hacks at balls nobody has business swinging at, but he also not only hits the balls he shouldn't, but he drives them with authority. He resembles Vladmir Guerrero in that regard - he's a tremendous "bad ball" hitter. Perhaps even more impressive is his ability to hit breaking balls, an ability that is truly rare for such a young player. Prior to the 2004 season there was some questions regarding his power projection, but Melky silenced those questions when he hit 8 home runs in a little more than half of a season in the Florida State League last year, a notorious pitchers' league.

Melky is very adept at making adjustments and several scouts believe he's going to hit for more power as he matures. He's a throwback player in the sense that you'll never find a clean uniform on him at the end of the game. He hustles all the time and knows only one speed - all out! While he might not become the prodigious home run hitter others in the Yankees' farm system may become, he looks like he is going to develop into one of the better all around players. Think Bobby Abreu of the Phillies for a good Major League comparison for Melky. He's got the talent to become an excellent 20-20 (home runs and stolen bases) hitter down the road.

Jonathan Poterson: There aren't too many hitters in the Yankees' farm system that have more power projection that Jon Poterson. Despite growing up a switch-hitting catcher, Poterson played all of his games in the outfield in his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Yankees in 2004 after being selected as a supplemental first round pick in last year's draft. His uppercut swing is tailor-made for the short porch in right field at Yankee Stadium and the proof came in pre-draft workouts in the Bronx when Poterson crushed home run after home run, cementing the Yankees' desire to draft him so early.

While some critics will point to his subpar .202 average in the Gulf Coast League last season as evidence that he's not a good hitter, that would be a mistake. Poterson, who just turned 19 years old in February, should be cut a little slack making his initial transition into professional baseball. "People look at his batting average last year and don't realize that he was hitting something like .060 mid-way through the season", said fellow GCL teammate Christian Garcia. "Poterson's just a hitter. You can tell that by how much improved down the stretch. He was our best hitter at the end of the season. He's a great hitter to all fields and he'll put up some huge power numbers." Poterson, albeit early in his development, has already drawn comparisons to some of the game's elite hitters: Chipper Jones, Lance Berkman, and Albert Pujols. Only time will tell how far he'll go, but one thing is certain - he is blessed with the potential to become one of the better players down the road.

Rudy Guillen: After displaying a very good combination of power and speed with the Battle Creek Yankees in 2003, Guillen had a lost season for the Tampa Yankees in 2004, due mostly to a severe ankle injury that plagued him most of the year. He hit just .264 with one home run and one stolen base last season as a result of the lingering effects of the injury. Some pundits may have written him off as a result of the horrific numbers he posted - that would be a huge mistake.

Guillen has all the tools in his bag, possessing the infamous five-tool talent that scouts drool over. Blessed with a cannon for an arm, plus power potential, and good speed, Guillen can do it all on a baseball field and deserves a mulligan for his numbers last season. Guillen, who just turned 21 years old in the offseason, is still most likely going to see significant time at the AA level in 2005 where he'll be one of the youngest players in the entire Eastern League. He may not ever turn into the contact hitter the Yankees had hoped for in his earlier days, but he's still young enough to improve his selectivity at the plate. Guillen still has one of the highest ceilings at the outfield position and should bounce back in 2005.

Timothy Battle: The Yankees drafted the toolsy Battle in the 3rd round of the 2003 draft out of high school. While he may not have the big power that the aforementioned names possess, Battle has a combination of decent power and blazing speed. Battle has had his fair share of growing pains as he's looked to transition his game to the professional level, seeing action in just 93 minor league games in a little over a year with the Yankees. And while his numbers from his individual seasons may not jump off the page, his combined numbers (.245-2-29-23) are not too bad considering the lack of experience the 19-year old has up to this point.

Considering Battle's development is still in its infancy stage, he projects to hit for a much higer average as he learns to shorten his swing and develop his leadoff skills. With just two career home runs up to this point, it may look at first glance that he won't hit with too much authority. Even for a leadoff hitter, Battle does hit the ball with authority and does project to hit for more power as he learns better pitch recognition. However, the name of Battle's game is speed! Battle can flat out fly and once he learns to read the pitchers' moves better, he'll be an absolute terror on the base paths. He reminds some scouts of a young Delino Deshields when he was hitting 5-10 home runs and stealing 40+ bases annually, albeit a center field version.

Estee Harris: Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2003 MLB Draft, a round after the Yankees selected Eric Duncan, Harris' development has not come along with the same degree of swiftness as Duncan's. That said, Harris still has a world of talent. Despite being smallish in size (6'0", 170 lbs), Harris generates a lot of power with exceptional bat speed. He's also one of the more athletic players in the Yankees' farm system and he too has a wonderful combination of power and speed. Like Battle, Harris' development is still in the early going, but the potential is certainly there.

While his individual season totals are not that impressive, Harris' minor league career totals thus far tell a different story. In 140 minor league games (just about one full season), Harris has hit .233-16-66 with 18 stolen bases and 25 doubles. Harris will need to work on his pitch recognition and selectivity at the plate to improve his batting average, but the talent, and more importantly, the desire is certainly there. Harris is routinely one of the first guys to the practice field and one of the last ones to leave. If he can improve his eye at the plate, watch out!

Closest to the Majors

Kevin Reese: Reese has risen through the Yankees' farm system with little or no fanfare, an occupational hazard of being a second-day draft pick (drafted in the 27th round of the 2000 draft). However, all Reese has done is put up solid numbers in his five years with the Yankees, averaging 26 doubles, 8 home runs, 22 stolen bases, and 73 runs scored per year over the last five seasons while possessing one of the better eyes at the plate. Like Melky Cabrera, Reese goes all out on every play, routinely diving for balls in the outfield and hustling all the time. After a career year in 2004, hitting a combined .307-14-68 with 50 doubles and 17 stolen bases in two stops with the Trenton Thunder and Columbus Clippers, the 27-year old Reese appears headed back to AAA-Columbus in 2005 where he'll be one of the first call ups to the Yankees should an injury in the outfield arise.

Kevin Thompson: The man affectionately known by his teammates as "KT" is one of the hardest workers in the Yankees' system. A fanatic gym rat, Thompson is an intriguing prospect to say the least. While he has averaged 7 home runs and 29 stolen bases per season in his five years with the Yankees, many scouts believe we have not seen the best of Thompson yet - which is a remarkable statement considering the success he's had thus far. Blessed with one of the better eyes at the plate, Thompson has the look of a very good leadoff hitter, especially considering his fantastic speed and athletic ability. He appears headed to AAA in 2005 and, like Reese, could possibly see time with the Yankees next season, either as a September call-up or emergency backup player in the outfield.

Mitch Jones: Jones, who is also 27 years old, is a masher in every sense of the word. To put it bluntly, Jones has owned AA pitching the last two seasons, hitting 39 home runs with the Trenton Thunder in 2004 after hitting 23 home runs for the Thunder in 2003. He's been compared to one of the former great home run hitters, Dave Kingman, not only for his propensity to hit the mammoth long ball, but for his ability to put up alarming strikeout rates. Like Kingman, Jones (a career .237 hitter) is a hit or miss guy. As deadly as they come in the power department, Jones has averaged a shade over 138 strikeouts per season in his five seasons in the Yankees' system. Still, there are few batters you'd rather have in the box with the game on the line. His power is a game changer and he appears destined to get his first taste of AAA pitching with the Columbus Clippers in 2005.


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\r\nMelky Cabrera: Melky is as aggressive as they come, both on the base paths and in the batter's box. He's a bit of a free-swinger with the knack of making very good contact. Melky will take hacks at balls nobody has business swinging at, but he also not only hits the balls he shouldn't, but he drives them with authority. He resembles Vladmir Guerrero in that regard - he's a tremendous \"bad ball\" hitter. Perhaps even more impressive is his ability to hit breaking balls, an ability that is truly rare for such a young player. Prior to the 2004 season there was some questions regarding his power projection, but Melky silenced those questions when he hit 8 home runs in a little more than half of a season in the Florida State League last year, a notorious pitchers' league.
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\r\nMelky is very adept at making adjustments and several scouts believe he's going to hit for more power as he matures. He's a throwback player in the sense that you'll never find a clean uniform on him at the end of the game. He hustles all the time and knows only one speed - all out! While he might not become the prodigious home run hitter others in the Yankees' farm system may become, he looks like he is going to develop into one of the better all around players. Think Bobby Abreu of the Phillies for a good Major League comparison for Melky. He's got the talent to become an excellent 20-20 (home runs and stolen bases) hitter down the road.
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\r\nJonathan Poterson: There aren't too many hitters in the Yankees' farm system that have more power projection that Jon Poterson. Despite growing up a switch-hitting catcher, Poterson played all of his games in the outfield in his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Yankees in 2004 after being selected as a supplemental first round pick in last year's draft. His uppercut swing is tailor-made for the short porch in right field at Yankee Stadium and the proof came in pre-draft workouts in the Bronx when Poterson crushed home run after home run, cementing the Yankees' desire to draft him so early.
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\r\nWhile some critics will point to his subpar .202 average in the Gulf Coast League last season as evidence that he's not a good hitter, that would be a mistake. Poterson, who just turned 19 years old in February, should be cut a little slack making his initial transition into professional baseball. \"People look at his batting average last year and don't realize that he was hitting something like .060 mid-way through the season\", said fellow GCL teammate Christian Garcia. \"Poterson's just a hitter. You can tell that by how much improved down the stretch. He was our best hitter at the end of the season. He's a great hitter to all fields and he'll put up some huge power numbers.\" Poterson, albeit early in his development, has already drawn comparisons to some of the game's elite hitters: Chipper Jones, Lance Berkman, and Albert Pujols. Only time will tell how far he'll go, but one thing is certain - he is blessed with the potential to become one of the better players down the road.
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\r\nRudy Guillen: After displaying a very good combination of power and speed with the Battle Creek Yankees in 2003, Guillen had a lost season for the Tampa Yankees in 2004, due mostly to a severe ankle injury that plagued him most of the year. He hit just .264 with one home run and one stolen base last season as a result of the lingering effects of the injury. Some pundits may have written him off as a result of the horrific numbers he posted - that would be a huge mistake.
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\r\nGuillen has all the tools in his bag, possessing the infamous five-tool talent that scouts drool over. Blessed with a cannon for an arm, plus power potential, and good speed, Guillen can do it all on a baseball field and deserves a mulligan for his numbers last season. Guillen, who just turned 21 years old in the offseason, is still most likely going to see significant time at the AA level in 2005 where he'll be one of the youngest players in the entire Eastern League. He may not ever turn into the contact hitter the Yankees had hoped for in his earlier days, but he's still young enough to improve his selectivity at the plate. Guillen still has one of the highest ceilings at the outfield position and should bounce back in 2005.
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Timothy Battle: The Yankees drafted the toolsy Battle in the 3rd round of the 2003 draft out of high school. While he may not have the big power that the aforementioned names possess, Battle has a combination of decent power and blazing speed. Battle has had his fair share of growing pains as he's looked to transition his game to the professional level, seeing action in just 93 minor league games in a little over a year with the Yankees. And while his numbers from his individual seasons may not jump off the page, his combined numbers (.245-2-29-23) are not too bad considering the lack of experience the 19-year old has up to this point.
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\r\nConsidering Battle's development is still in its infancy stage, he projects to hit for a much higer average as he learns to shorten his swing and develop his leadoff skills. With just two career home runs up to this point, it may look at first glance that he won't hit with too much authority. Even for a leadoff hitter, Battle does hit the ball with authority and does project to hit for more power as he learns better pitch recognition. However, the name of Battle's game is speed! Battle can flat out fly and once he learns to read the pitchers' moves better, he'll be an absolute terror on the base paths. He reminds some scouts of a young Delino Deshields when he was hitting 5-10 home runs and stealing 40+ bases annually, albeit a center field version.
\r\n
\r\nEstee Harris: Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2003 MLB Draft, a round after the Yankees selected Eric Duncan, Harris' development has not come along with the same degree of swiftness as Duncan's. That said, Harris still has a world of talent. Despite being smallish in size (6'0\", 170 lbs), Harris generates a lot of power with exceptional bat speed. He's also one of the more athletic players in the Yankees' farm system and he too has a wonderful combination of power and speed. Like Battle, Harris' development is still in the early going, but the potential is certainly there.
\r\n
\r\nWhile his individual season totals are not that impressive, Harris' minor league career totals thus far tell a different story. In 140 minor league games (just about one full season), Harris has hit .233-16-66 with 18 stolen bases and 25 doubles. Harris will need to work on his pitch recognition and selectivity at the plate to improve his batting average, but the talent, and more importantly, the desire is certainly there. Harris is routinely one of the first guys to the practice field and one of the last ones to leave. If he can improve his eye at the plate, watch out!
\r\n
\r\nClosest to the Majors
\r\n
\r\nKevin Reese: Reese has risen through the Yankees' farm system with little or no fanfare, an occupational hazard of being a second-day draft pick (drafted in the 27th round of the 2000 draft). However, all Reese has done is put up solid numbers in his five years with the Yankees, averaging 26 doubles, 8 home runs, 22 stolen bases, and 73 runs scored per year over the last five seasons while possessing one of the better eyes at the plate. Like Melky Cabrera, Reese goes all out on every play, routinely diving for balls in the outfield and hustling all the time. After a career year in 2004, hitting a combined .307-14-68 with 50 doubles and 17 stolen bases in two stops with the Trenton Thunder and Columbus Clippers, the 27-year old Reese appears headed back to AAA-Columbus in 2005 where he'll be one of the first call ups to the Yankees should an injury in the outfield arise.
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Kevin Thompson: The man affectionately known by his teammates as \"KT\" is one of the hardest workers in the Yankees' system. A fanatic gym rat, Thompson is an intriguing prospect to say the least. While he has averaged 7 home runs and 29 stolen bases per season in his five years with the Yankees, many scouts believe we have not seen the best of Thompson yet - which is a remarkable statement considering the success he's had thus far. Blessed with one of the better eyes at the plate, Thompson has the look of a very good leadoff hitter, especially considering his fantastic speed and athletic ability. He appears headed to AAA in 2005 and, like Reese, could possibly see time with the Yankees next season, either as a September call-up or emergency backup player in the outfield.
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\r\nMitch Jones: Jones, who is also 27 years old, is a masher in every sense of the word. To put it bluntly, Jones has owned AA pitching the last two seasons, hitting 39 home runs with the Trenton Thunder in 2004 after hitting 23 home runs for the Thunder in 2003. He's been compared to one of the former great home run hitters, Dave Kingman, not only for his propensity to hit the mammoth long ball, but for his ability to put up alarming strikeout rates. Like Kingman, Jones (a career .237 hitter) is a hit or miss guy. As deadly as they come in the power department, Jones has averaged a shade over 138 strikeouts per season in his five seasons in the Yankees' system. Still, there are few batters you'd rather have in the box with the game on the line. His power is a game changer and he appears destined to get his first taste of AAA pitching with the Columbus Clippers in 2005.
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\r\nMelky Cabrera: Melky is as aggressive as they come, both on the base paths and in the batter's box. He's a bit of a free-swinger with the knack of making very good contact. Melky will take hacks at balls nobody has business swinging at, but he also not only hits the balls he shouldn't, but he drives them with authority. He resembles Vladmir Guerrero in that regard - he's a tremendous \"bad ball\" hitter. Perhaps even more impressive is his ability to hit breaking balls, an ability that is truly rare for such a young player. Prior to the 2004 season there was some questions regarding his power projection, but Melky silenced those questions when he hit 8 home runs in a little more than half of a season in the Florida State League last year, a notorious pitchers' league.
\r\n
\r\nMelky is very adept at making adjustments and several scouts believe he's going to hit for more power as he matures. He's a throwback player in the sense that you'll never find a clean uniform on him at the end of the game. He hustles all the time and knows only one speed - all out! While he might not become the prodigious home run hitter others in the Yankees' farm system may become, he looks like he is going to develop into one of the better all around players. Think Bobby Abreu of the Phillies for a good Major League comparison for Melky. He's got the talent to become an excellent 20-20 (home runs and stolen bases) hitter down the road.
\r\n
\r\nJonathan Poterson: There aren't too many hitters in the Yankees' farm system that have more power projection that Jon Poterson. Despite growing up a switch-hitting catcher, Poterson played all of his games in the outfield in his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Yankees in 2004 after being selected as a supplemental first round pick in last year's draft. His uppercut swing is tailor-made for the short porch in right field at Yankee Stadium and the proof came in pre-draft workouts in the Bronx when Poterson crushed home run after home run, cementing the Yankees' desire to draft him so early.
\r\n
\r\nWhile some critics will point to his subpar .202 average in the Gulf Coast League last season as evidence that he's not a good hitter, that would be a mistake. Poterson, who just turned 19 years old in February, should be cut a little slack making his initial transition into professional baseball. \"People look at his batting average last year and don't realize that he was hitting something like .060 mid-way through the season\", said fellow GCL teammate Christian Garcia. \"Poterson's just a hitter. You can tell that by how much improved down the stretch. He was our best hitter at the end of the season. He's a great hitter to all fields and he'll put up some huge power numbers.\" Poterson, albeit early in his development, has already drawn comparisons to some of the game's elite hitters: Chipper Jones, Lance Berkman, and Albert Pujols. Only time will tell how far he'll go, but one thing is certain - he is blessed with the potential to become one of the better players down the road.
\r\n
\r\nRudy Guillen: After displaying a very good combination of power and speed with the Battle Creek Yankees in 2003, Guillen had a lost season for the Tampa Yankees in 2004, due mostly to a severe ankle injury that plagued him most of the year. He hit just .264 with one home run and one stolen base last season as a result of the lingering effects of the injury. Some pundits may have written him off as a result of the horrific numbers he posted - that would be a huge mistake.
\r\n
\r\nGuillen has all the tools in his bag, possessing the infamous five-tool talent that scouts drool over. Blessed with a cannon for an arm, plus power potential, and good speed, Guillen can do it all on a baseball field and deserves a mulligan for his numbers last season. Guillen, who just turned 21 years old in the offseason, is still most likely going to see significant time at the AA level in 2005 where he'll be one of the youngest players in the entire Eastern League. He may not ever turn into the contact hitter the Yankees had hoped for in his earlier days, but he's still young enough to improve his selectivity at the plate. Guillen still has one of the highest ceilings at the outfield position and should bounce back in 2005.
\r\n
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Timothy Battle: The Yankees drafted the toolsy Battle in the 3rd round of the 2003 draft out of high school. While he may not have the big power that the aforementioned names possess, Battle has a combination of decent power and blazing speed. Battle has had his fair share of growing pains as he's looked to transition his game to the professional level, seeing action in just 93 minor league games in a little over a year with the Yankees. And while his numbers from his individual seasons may not jump off the page, his combined numbers (.245-2-29-23) are not too bad considering the lack of experience the 19-year old has up to this point.
\r\n
\r\nConsidering Battle's development is still in its infancy stage, he projects to hit for a much higer average as he learns to shorten his swing and develop his leadoff skills. With just two career home runs up to this point, it may look at first glance that he won't hit with too much authority. Even for a leadoff hitter, Battle does hit the ball with authority and does project to hit for more power as he learns better pitch recognition. However, the name of Battle's game is speed! Battle can flat out fly and once he learns to read the pitchers' moves better, he'll be an absolute terror on the base paths. He reminds some scouts of a young Delino Deshields when he was hitting 5-10 home runs and stealing 40+ bases annually, albeit a center field version.
\r\n
\r\nEstee Harris: Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2003 MLB Draft, a round after the Yankees selected Eric Duncan, Harris' development has not come along with the same degree of swiftness as Duncan's. That said, Harris still has a world of talent. Despite being smallish in size (6'0\", 170 lbs), Harris generates a lot of power with exceptional bat speed. He's also one of the more athletic players in the Yankees' farm system and he too has a wonderful combination of power and speed. Like Battle, Harris' development is still in the early going, but the potential is certainly there.
\r\n
\r\nWhile his individual season totals are not that impressive, Harris' minor league career totals thus far tell a different story. In 140 minor league games (just about one full season), Harris has hit .233-16-66 with 18 stolen bases and 25 doubles. Harris will need to work on his pitch recognition and selectivity at the plate to improve his batting average, but the talent, and more importantly, the desire is certainly there. Harris is routinely one of the first guys to the practice field and one of the last ones to leave. If he can improve his eye at the plate, watch out!
\r\n
\r\nClosest to the Majors
\r\n
\r\nKevin Reese: Reese has risen through the Yankees' farm system with little or no fanfare, an occupational hazard of being a second-day draft pick (drafted in the 27th round of the 2000 draft). However, all Reese has done is put up solid numbers in his five years with the Yankees, averaging 26 doubles, 8 home runs, 22 stolen bases, and 73 runs scored per year over the last five seasons while possessing one of the better eyes at the plate. Like Melky Cabrera, Reese goes all out on every play, routinely diving for balls in the outfield and hustling all the time. After a career year in 2004, hitting a combined .307-14-68 with 50 doubles and 17 stolen bases in two stops with the Trenton Thunder and Columbus Clippers, the 27-year old Reese appears headed back to AAA-Columbus in 2005 where he'll be one of the first call ups to the Yankees should an injury in the outfield arise.
\r\n
\r\n

Kevin Thompson: The man affectionately known by his teammates as \"KT\" is one of the hardest workers in the Yankees' system. A fanatic gym rat, Thompson is an intriguing prospect to say the least. While he has averaged 7 home runs and 29 stolen bases per season in his five years with the Yankees, many scouts believe we have not seen the best of Thompson yet - which is a remarkable statement considering the success he's had thus far. Blessed with one of the better eyes at the plate, Thompson has the look of a very good leadoff hitter, especially considering his fantastic speed and athletic ability. He appears headed to AAA in 2005 and, like Reese, could possibly see time with the Yankees next season, either as a September call-up or emergency backup player in the outfield.
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\r\nMitch Jones: Jones, who is also 27 years old, is a masher in every sense of the word. To put it bluntly, Jones has owned AA pitching the last two seasons, hitting 39 home runs with the Trenton Thunder in 2004 after hitting 23 home runs for the Thunder in 2003. He's been compared to one of the former great home run hitters, Dave Kingman, not only for his propensity to hit the mammoth long ball, but for his ability to put up alarming strikeout rates. Like Kingman, Jones (a career .237 hitter) is a hit or miss guy. As deadly as they come in the power department, Jones has averaged a shade over 138 strikeouts per season in his five seasons in the Yankees' system. Still, there are few batters you'd rather have in the box with the game on the line. His power is a game changer and he appears destined to get his first taste of AAA pitching with the Columbus Clippers in 2005.
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