Top 50 Yankees Prospects

Here are the Top 50 Yankees' prospects. PinstripesPlus.com gives a little insight on each selection in our rankings but will follow up more in-depth with individual scouting reports on each player throughout this offseason, starting in descending order.

IMPORTANT NOTES about the Top 50 - sticking to our guns of not ranking guys we haven't seen ourselves, our Top 50 will NOT have Andrew Brackman or any of the July 2nd signs from this year ranked. Any player with any big league service time, no matter how little, was also excluded from our rankings.

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1. Jose Tabata - His critics point to his low home run totals to discredit what he has done in his career thus far, failing to point out he played his entire 2007 season as an 18-year old in the pitching-friendly Florida State League against much older competition. A career .305 hitter, he is very adept going the other way and the power is coming. Surgery to remove his hamate bone at the end of the year should finally allow him to stay healthy.

2. Jesus Montero - He made dramatic strides defensively in his rookie season, improving his footwork, receiving the ball better, and cutting his pump times down on throws to second base. While the Yankees would love to pencil in his uncanny run producing skills behind the plate someday, the fact is his plus power and great offensive potential render him a game-changer at any position.

3. Austin Jackson - Despite the opinions of others, Jackson got by on his pure athletic talent through his first season and a half in the Yankee organization. Always possessing high-ceiling talent, he began to tap that potential and transform his athleticism into actual baseball skills upon his promotion to Tampa this past season. More relaxed at the plate and staying back on the ball longer, his plus bat speed gives him good power potential and he proved in 2007 he is able to make adjustments quicker now.

4. Dellin Betances - Possessing three plus pitches and size to boot, not many players have Betances' potential. He is still learning to get his body in complete harmony during his delivery and he has yet to complete a full minor league season, but he has a great work ethic and his talent is unquestionable. He has the look of a potential big league ace down the road and not many can make that claim.

5. Alan Horne - So-so numbers in 2006 disguised the fact the former first round pick was making dramatic changes to his game and he reaped the benefits in 2007, winning the Eastern League Pitcher of the Year and quickly becoming one of the better pitching prospects in the game. He made marked improvements to his changeup this past season but his power fastball and equally impressive breaking arsenal give the Yankees some flexibility as either a starting pitcher or potential back of the bullpen reliever, maybe as soon as 2008.

6. Humberto Sanchez - Like Horne, Sanchez is a versatile option for the Yankees. While he is currently rehabbing his way back from Tommy John surgery and may not be game ready until after the start of the 2008 season, his power stuff and sheer strength could make him an asset either in the big league rotation or even as a possible setup man or closer once he returns.

7. Mark Melancon - Like Sanchez, Melancon is bidding to make a return from Tommy John surgery next season, but unlike Sanchez, he is on pace to be ready by Spring Training. His mental makeup is off the charts and his plus fastball-plus curveball combination has some insiders believing he could find himself as the future closer of the Yankees someday. Making good use of his rehab, he has developed a very good changeup while working himself back.

8. Christian Garcia - Garcia's career has been nothing short of frustrating since being selected along with the likes of Phil Hughes back in 2004. While Hughes just completed his rookie season at the big league level, Garcia, who arguably has better pure stuff, has yet to advance beyond the low-A level and he has battled the injury bug the last two seasons. He required knee surgery while rehabbing his way back from Tommy John surgery this year and there's some thought he might not be able to return until June of 2008. He'll need to return in a big way to remain a top prospect.

9. Jairo Heredia - The big story inside the Yankee farm system has been the ascension of Heredia to the top of organization's pitching prospects. Called Pedro Martinez Jr. by his his GCL Yankee manager Jody Reed because of his live-wire arm and extreme competitive nature, he boasts plus command of three big league pitches and is a strike-throwing machine. Possessing the polish of a major league pitcher already, he just needs innings and to add on strength to realize his potential.

10. Francisco Cervelli - Loved by scouts, coaches, and players alike, Cervelli's makeup is off the charts. His is a plus defensive catcher behind the plate. He is adept at blocking balls in the dirt, has an extremely strong and accurate arm, frames pitches with the best of them, and works very well with his pitchers. Offensively, while he lacks true home run power, he gives a good at-bat every time and has shown he can hit the gaps with regularity. He is already big league ready defensively and he could get there as soon as late-2008.

11. Brett Gardner - While his critics continue to doubt his lack of power and view him as merely a reserve outfielder, scouts and team officials do not doubt his ability to be a game-changing, full-time player at the big league level. His speed is among the best in the game and he has shown flashes of being a consistent .300 hitter willing to take a walk. Throw in his defensive prowess in centerfield, he has the look of an above-average leadoff hitter for years to come.

12. Jeff Marquez - There are pitchers with harder fastballs inside and outside of the organization and that has allowed Marquez to fly under the radar a bit. He led all Yankee farmhands in victories [15] this past season and tied Andy Pettitte for second inside the organization behind Chien-Ming Wang. Possessing a plus fastball, a plus changeup, and a potential plus curveball, he has the stuff to strike batters out but focuses on pitching deeper into games and working quickly. He has the look of a big league innings eater.

13. Juan Miranda - All the Cuban native did after not playing competitive baseball for over two years was collect a combined 34 doubles and 16 home runs between two minor league stops. He has power to all fields and he is a better hitter than he's shown. He should start proving that now that he acclimated himself to a new country and shaken off the rust from his long layoff. Defensively he could use some work but his game has drawn comparisons to Carlos Delgado for his ability to hit the opposite field with power.

14. Daniel McCutchen - Known as 'Cutch' by his teammates, the 13th round pick from a year ago is quickly proving to be the steal of that draft. He went a combined 14-4 with a 2.47 ERA between high-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton this past season. He works extremely quick and uses a combination of three plus pitches to keep hitters off-balance. Sitting 90-96 MPH with his fastball, he also offers the organization some flexibility as either an innings-eater starting pitcher or possible reliever.

15. Ivan Nova - Nova has the stuff to rank higher on the list, possessing three plus pitches. He averaged 93 MPH with his fastball in Charleston this past season but was content just throwing strikes and allowing his defense to work behind him. One of the better pure arms in the farm system, he has some work to do learning the nuances of pitching, including expanding the strike zone and looking to put away batters more frequently via the strikeout. He's still a bit raw but he has the stuff to move quickly if he puts it all together.

16. Austin Romine - The career .500 hitter [okay, he's had just two at-bats] was widely considered a first round pick prior to the 2007 draft and fell to the Yankees in the second round. While he lacks game experience, his talent is unquestionable. He is a plus defensive catcher with a strong and accurate arm behind the plate and the truly frightening part is he hasn't ever really been taught properly until signing with the Yankees. Offensively, few can match his opposite field power and despite being drafted out of high school he has 'now' power. He's got the size, skill-set, and makeup to be a top five prospect as soon as next season.

17. Carmen Angelini - Like his draft-mate Romine, Angelini has all the tools to already be one of the better prospects and the mental makeup to go with it, despite his lack of professional experience. He is already a plus defensive shortstop with a strong arm and great range. Offensively he employs a patient approach at the plate and has shown an ability to take pitches the other way. The only thing lacking in his game is size and raw strength, the only aspect that needs attention as he works his way up the minor league ladder.

18. Abraham Almonte - Drawing comparisons to Jose Reyes for his combination of speed and power from both sides of the plate, defensively he was a project at second base. The Yankees moved him to centerfield in the middle of the Gulf Coast League and his game blossomed. He has a very strong arm and he was surprisingly accurate with his throws. He made some good adjustments at the plate in 2007, learning to allow the ball to get deeper on him and take the ball more the other way. Some insiders believe he could move quickly now that he's in the outfield.

19. Bradley Suttle - Another 2007 draftee lacking much professional experience, scouts love his solid combination of defensive and offensive potential. A switch-hitter at the hot corner isn't easy to find and he has shown an ability to hit for both average and power. The Yankees are making some changes to his swing so there will be an adjustment period of sorts, but he has the polish on both sides of the ball to move quickly through the farm system.

20. Colin Curtis - Curtis had an admirable first full season numbers-wise in 2007, advancing all the way to Double-A. Scouts love his approach at the plate and he has shown an advanced feel for taking pitches to the opposite field. He consistently has good at-bats and while his critics doubt his power potential, baseball insiders believe there is some hidden power. A masher in batting practice, he's learning to turn on the inside pitch more and transfer some of that BP power into the games.

21. Eric Duncan - While fans are starting to lose patience with the former first round pick and current .250 career hitter, the Yankees are not. Realizing he has endured a position switch, back problems, and having to make adjustments while playing at higher minor league levels, patience is the theme with Duncan's development. The organization has been encouraged with the strides he has made recently and he has developed into a serviceable first baseman defensively.

22. Brandon Laird - While the defensive and offensive combinations offered by new farmhands Romine, Angelini, and Suttle are quite impressive, Laird's bat could arguably have the most potential. The brother of current big leaguer and Texas Rangers' catcher Gerald Laird, Brandon comes from the same high school as Ian Kennedy, Bobby Crosby, and Ian Stewart and yet still inexplicably slipped in the 2007 draft. He was by far and away the most impressive hitter at Instructs this year, winning the home run derby by a wide margin. A bit raw defensively, many scouts believe he'll hit at every level and he's already drawing comparisons to Kansas City Royals' slugger Billy Butler.

23. Damon Sublett - As incredible as his professional debut season was, having one of the historic years in Staten Island [.326, 19 doubles, 8 home runs, and 53 RBI], the fact of the matter is he is a bit raw. He could use some better pitch recognition, be a bit more quiet in his hitting mechanics, and use the whole field more. Solid defensively, he has a strong arm that could be suited for another position down the road. He screams upside early in his career.

24. Mitch Hilligoss - While there are players with higher upside in the farm system, few offer the assurances of reaching the big leagues as much as Hilligoss. He finished the year in the top ten in the South Atlantic League in hitting and setting a new league record with a 38-game hit streak. He also made huge strides defensively at third base and while some get down on his lack of home runs thus far, he has more power than he has shown. His versatility, ability to handle the bat, and speed makes him a virtual lock to be a productive big leaguer someday.

25. George Kontos - Kontos has come a long way from posting a 5.00+ career ERA at Northwestern University. Once primarily a plus fastball-plus slider pitcher, he has made huge strides in developing both a curveball and a changeup that could become plus pitches for him in due time. Like Alan Horne, Kontos' power arm gives the organization some flexibility in his future role in the organization as either a workhorse in the rotation or a back-end bullpen arm.

26. Steven White - Seemingly the forgotten man among the fans, White has had a nice combination of good stuff [above average fastball, above average curveball, and solid changeup] and numbers [28-25, 3.63 ERA] throughout his career. He's knocking on the big league door after a solid Triple-A season this year and the Yankees will have to find room for him soon. While he is better suited as a starting pitcher, he does offer some potential as a reliever should the need arise.

27. Ryan Pope - A perfectionist of sorts, the Yankees' third round pick thought he could have done better than 3-0 with a 2.49 ERA for the Staten Island Yankees in his debut season. Armed with a big league fastball, a big league curveball, and a big league changeup, while he doesn't have the power arm others might have, he projects to be a quick mover through the farm system. The Yankees love his command and his makeup.

28. J. Brent Cox - Out for the season after Tommy John surgery, he seems to be on the same return path at Humberto Sanchez, putting his ETA somewhere around May of 2008. When healthy he uses a combination of sinking fastballs and sliders to get opposing batters to pound the ball into the dirt and use his defense behind to make plays. There are pitchers with higher upside but he appears to be one of the safer bets to reach his potential.

29. Ferdin Tejeda - A minor league free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen if the former shortstop will re-sign with the Yankees, although many expect it to happen. He was solid in his first full season returning from Tommy John surgery, posting a 2.55 ERA in 31 games for the Charleston Riverdogs. While he wasn't able to showcase the same 97 MPH heater he had prior to surgery, he did sit 93-95 MPH with his fastball and made marked improvements to an already solid slider. He boasts a plus changeup and many believe he'll throw harder next season, giving him tremendous upside as a possible setup man or closer down the road.

30. Marcos Vechionacci - Dealing with a broken finger and instituting a few different changes to his hitting mechanics caused 'Nacci' to get off to a slow start in 2007. He earned a late-season promotion to Double-A after hitting .343 for the Tampa Yankees in August, possibly showing signs of his vast potential. His taller and thinner frame hasn't allowed him to tap his power potential yet and he has late-bloomer written all over him in that regard. He is as smooth as they come defensively and seems primed to put it all together at some point.

31. Zach McAllister - While neither the Yankees nor McAllister will admit it, he took a small step backwards in 2007. Posting a 5.17 ERA in Staten Island isn't a big deal for a 19-year old with his upside, but the fact that he changed his repertoire two different times during the course of the same season [going to the curveball before moving back to the slider] revealed he is a bit raw right now. He's got the size to draw more power with his fastball down the road but he'll need to show more consistent command of his heater and his secondary pitches before he starts tapping that potential.

32. Kevin Whelan - The former Detroit Tigers' prospect had some issues with fastball command in his first season with the Yankees, walking over six batters per nine innings in two minor league stops. The good news however was advancements made to his slider and his splitter, not to mention showing better fastball command down the stretch. His stuff is above average, but his command needs to be more consistent to be a big league bullpen option in 2008.

33. David Robertson - Nobody had a better professional debut season in 2007 as Robertson went a combined 8-3 with a 0.96 ERA at three different minor league levels, allowing just 45 hits in 84 1/3 innings and striking out over twelve batters per nine innings. Throw in the fact he was developing a curveball instead of his slider, one of his best pitches in college, things could have not gone better for the former University of Alabama closer. He doesn't throw hard but his 90-93 MPH fastball plays a lot quicker as it sneaks up on batters.

34. Mike Dunn - The former first baseman/centerfielder had a smooth transition to the mound in 2006, dominating the Gulf Coast League level. He didn't miss a beat in his first full season with the Charleston Riverdogs this past season, going 12-5 with a 3.42 ERA and becoming one of the best pitchers in the South Atlantic League. Boasting a plus fastball for a southpaw and a plus slider to boot, his competitive nature on the mound is both his strongest attribute and his weakest at the same time. If he can learn to curtail his emotions on the mound, his game could develop rapidly and he could become a quick mover through the farm system if he shifts to the bullpen.

35. Eduardo Nunez - There aren't many players with the physical tools that Nunez possesses. However, one prone to take his defensive lapses with him to the plate throughout his career, he could stand to be a bit more mentally strong. He is an extremely good defensive player with soft hands, great range, a better arm and an even quicker release. Abandoning switch-hitting halfway through the 2007 season, the early returns are good as he was better against right-handed pitcher than lefties. The numbers haven't been good but he is still a top talent.

36. Garrett Patterson - Like Nunez, Patterson's numbers have been a disappointment thus far despite possessing high-ceiling talent. He has 'top five' stuff in the farm system yet he inexplicably turned in one of the five worst seasons numbers-wise in 2007. He developed a plus slider to go along with his plus fastball and plus changeup this past season, and after making the move to the bullpen towards the end of the year - a move that seems permanent - he could move quickly in his better suited role.

37. Prilys Cuello - He has his fair share of defensive issues in the field, struggling to make plays to his right and turning double-plays, but he has few question marks at the plate. Cut in the Robinson Cano mold as an offensive-minded second baseman, like Cano, Cuello has a knack for getting the fat part of the bat on the ball and driving it into the gaps. Possessing a bit more speed than the current Yankees' second baseman, his bat projects safely to reach the big leagues and at just 18-years old, he has plenty of upside.

38. Ramiro Pena - The slick-fielding shortstop will play in the big leagues, there's no doubt about that. In fact, defensively he could be one of the top shortstops in the big leagues right now if not for his slower progressing offensive game. Injuries have derailed his last two seasons, stunting his offensive growth. His bat isn't as bad as his numbers would indicate but he'll need to hit more than he has to become the difference maker in the field that he can be.

39. Reegie Corona - While the better half of Pena's game is defense, Corona's bat is further along than his defense. Physically maturing and getting stronger has taken the once projected backup player into full-time discussions after moving to shortstop permanently in 2007. He has a very good eye at the plate and has shown good speed on the base paths, but he could stand to get a little stronger in his upper-body to sting the ball a bit more frequently. His versatility in the field gives him a strong chance of having a big league impact.

40. Carlos Urena - The last player sent down to the Dominican Summer League this past season, Urena had seemed ticketed to bypass that league in his first professional season. The 17-year old is already one of the elite fastball hitters in the organization and has power to all fields despite having room to add some strength to his game. He is still very raw, opening too quickly and getting out in front a bit too often, but his plus defensive skills in the outfield combined with his plus power potential making him one of the more intriguing position prospects. He has the talent to rank much higher on this list sometime soon.

41. Jose Pirela - Like Urena, Pirela found himself in the Dominican Summer League this past season, tying for the team-lead in home runs and showcasing his speed. He boasts a selective eye at the plate and has plenty of room to add more strength. Pirela, signed as a shortstop, has a ton of work to do defensively. He has good range but has had trouble making transfers from the glove to his throwing hand. A position change is not out of the question for him but it's his bat that will take him a long way.

42. Kyle Anson - The former defensive standout at third base has found a permanent home behind the plate. While he wasn't exactly pleased with his offensive season, nobody has their best offensive seasons in their first year converting to catcher. A switch-hitter, he is one of the most disciplined batters in the organization and can be a devastating batter from the left-side. Defensively he still has some work to do framing pitches and working with his pitchers better, but few catchers in the game can match his combination of arm strength, quick release, and accurate throws. Even as a 24-year old in low-A ball, he's a legitimate prospect.

43. Zoilo Almonte - A gifted switch-hitter who has already shown good gap power at a young age, adding strength to his frame might be the deciding factor in just how far his game progresses. Akin to Melky Cabrera, he has a knack for making solid contact but he'll need to show he can make quicker adjustments as he moves up. Defensively he got better in the outfield this past season but he profiles as merely an average defensive player at the current time.

44. Angel Reyes - One of the hottest rising prospects a year ago, reported back issues and deteriorating command of his pitches derailed his progress in 2007. Possessing incredible swing-and-miss stuff, he's only as good as his command and that abandoned him as he went just a combined 0-2 with a 5.28 ERA in three minor league stops. His stuff is just too good to drop him out of Top 50 discussions entirely but he'll need to prove the 2006 version of Angel Reyes is the real one next year to remain this high.

45. Seth Fortenberry - Finishing two home runs shy of 20-20 season with the Charleston Riverdogs, Fortenberry offers a bit more tools than the normal college senior sign. He boasts good speed, good pull-power, and a plus defensive outfielder with a strong arm, but he needs to use the entire field more when he hits to take his game to the next level. At minimum he projects to be a reserve outfielder but has the type of upside to be more if it all comes together for him.

46. Justin Snyder - He gets knocked by his critics due his 5-foot-9 frame but is stronger than people realize. He was hitting .370 through the first two months of his first professional season until an 11-54 [.204] stretch in the final weeks brought his average down. A plus defensive second baseman and centerfielder, he can also play shortstop and third base, giving him the type of versatility many organizations crave. He'll need to continue hitting to get his opportunities but he certainly has carved a nice niche for himself.

47. Josue Calzado - The Dominican native had a solid first full season in the United States this past season, hitting .271 and showing adequate power. The fact that he learned to layoff breaking pitches outside of the strike zone was the bigger news however and it could be the first step towards tapping his vast potential. A plus defensive outfielder with one of the best outfield arms in all of baseball, if he puts it all together at some point, he has the talent to be a top prospect.

48. Michael Gardner - Possessing stuff similar to J. Brent Cox, attacking hitters with sinking fastballs and sliders, he eliminated his gimmicky two-slot approach and went with just the three-quarter slot. The change improved the consistency of his pitches and if he can remain healthy - 2007 was his first full healthy season since 2004 - he could possibly see his first big league bullpen action as soon as 2008.

49. Manny Barreda - He went undefeated in his professional debut season, going 5-0 with one save for the Gulf Coast League Yankees and showed some good swing-and-miss stuff. He isn't big, standing just 5-foot-11, but he does have a power arm with rapidly improving secondary pitches. He has excellent makeup and an extreme desire to improve, and he showed he can make quick adjustments which is seldom found in young pitchers coming out of high school.

50. Eric Wordekemper - The former 46th round pick chipped in with one of the more dominating statistical seasons in the long-season leagues, going 2-0 with 33 saves and a 0.59 ERA for the Tampa Yankees. While he doesn't throw particularly hard, he did average 91 MPH with his fastball in 2007 and make big strides improving his slider and splitter. He doesn't profile to be a big league closer or setup man, but his combination of solid stuff and ability to throw strikes does project him as a possible middle reliever.

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\r\nALSO, DO NOT reveal the rankings, either partially or in full, on other message boards, blogs, sites, etc. Remember this is copyrighted material and we'd hope everybody would respect the other paying subscribers by not divulging any of the information in the rankings...
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\r\n...including just a listing of the names of the players in the rankings! Basically read the rankings, talk about them on our subscribers forum here, and don't share any of the information anywhere else please.

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\r\n1. Jose Tabata - His critics point to his low home run totals to discredit what he has done in his career thus far, failing to point out he played his entire 2007 season as an 18-year old in the pitching-friendly Florida State League against much older competition. A career .305 hitter, he is very adept going the other way and the power is coming. Surgery to remove his hamate bone at the end of the year should finally allow him to stay healthy.
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\r\n2. Jesus Montero - He made dramatic strides defensively in his rookie season, improving his footwork, receiving the ball better, and cutting his pump times down on throws to second base. While the Yankees would love to pencil in his uncanny run producing skills behind the plate someday, the fact is his plus power and great offensive potential render him a game-changer at any position.
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\r\n3. Austin Jackson - Despite the opinions of others, Jackson got by on his pure athletic talent through his first season and a half in the Yankee organization. Always possessing high-ceiling talent, he began to tap that potential and transform his athleticism into actual baseball skills upon his promotion to Tampa this past season. More relaxed at the plate and staying back on the ball longer, his plus bat speed gives him good power potential and he proved in 2007 he is able to make adjustments quicker now.
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\r\n4. Dellin Betances - Possessing three plus pitches and size to boot, not many players have Betances' potential. He is still learning to get his body in complete harmony during his delivery and he has yet to complete a full minor league season, but he has a great work ethic and his talent is unquestionable. He has the look of a potential big league ace down the road and not many can make that claim.
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\r\n5. Alan Horne - So-so numbers in 2006 disguised the fact the former first round pick was making dramatic changes to his game and he reaped the benefits in 2007, winning the Eastern League Pitcher of the Year and quickly becoming one of the better pitching prospects in the game. He made marked improvements to his changeup this past season but his power fastball and equally impressive breaking arsenal give the Yankees some flexibility as either a starting pitcher or potential back of the bullpen reliever, maybe as soon as 2008.
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\r\n6. Humberto Sanchez - Like Horne, Sanchez is a versatile option for the Yankees. While he is currently rehabbing his way back from Tommy John surgery and may not be game ready until after the start of the 2008 season, his power stuff and sheer strength could make him an asset either in the big league rotation or even as a possible setup man or closer once he returns.
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\r\n7. Mark Melancon - Like Sanchez, Melancon is bidding to make a return from Tommy John surgery next season, but unlike Sanchez, he is on pace to be ready by Spring Training. His mental makeup is off the charts and his plus fastball-plus curveball combination has some insiders believing he could find himself as the future closer of the Yankees someday. Making good use of his rehab, he has developed a very good changeup while working himself back.
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\r\n8. Christian Garcia - Garcia's career has been nothing short of frustrating since being selected along with the likes of Phil Hughes back in 2004. While Hughes just completed his rookie season at the big league level, Garcia, who arguably has better pure stuff, has yet to advance beyond the low-A level and he has battled the injury bug the last two seasons. He required knee surgery while rehabbing his way back from Tommy John surgery this year and there's some thought he might not be able to return until June of 2008. He'll need to return in a big way to remain a top prospect.
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\r\n9. Jairo Heredia - The big story inside the Yankee farm system has been the ascension of Heredia to the top of organization's pitching prospects. Called Pedro Martinez Jr. by his his GCL Yankee manager Jody Reed because of his live-wire arm and extreme competitive nature, he boasts plus command of three big league pitches and is a strike-throwing machine. Possessing the polish of a major league pitcher already, he just needs innings and to add on strength to realize his potential.
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\r\n10. Francisco Cervelli - Loved by scouts, coaches, and players alike, Cervelli's makeup is off the charts. His is a plus defensive catcher behind the plate. He is adept at blocking balls in the dirt, has an extremely strong and accurate arm, frames pitches with the best of them, and works very well with his pitchers. Offensively, while he lacks true home run power, he gives a good at-bat every time and has shown he can hit the gaps with regularity. He is already big league ready defensively and he could get there as soon as late-2008.
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\r\n11. Brett Gardner - While his critics continue to doubt his lack of power and view him as merely a reserve outfielder, scouts and team officials do not doubt his ability to be a game-changing, full-time player at the big league level. His speed is among the best in the game and he has shown flashes of being a consistent .300 hitter willing to take a walk. Throw in his defensive prowess in centerfield, he has the look of an above-average leadoff hitter for years to come.
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\r\n12. Jeff Marquez - There are pitchers with harder fastballs inside and outside of the organization and that has allowed Marquez to fly under the radar a bit. He led all Yankee farmhands in victories [15] this past season and tied Andy Pettitte for second inside the organization behind Chien-Ming Wang. Possessing a plus fastball, a plus changeup, and a potential plus curveball, he has the stuff to strike batters out but focuses on pitching deeper into games and working quickly. He has the look of a big league innings eater.
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\r\n13. Juan Miranda - All the Cuban native did after not playing competitive baseball for over two years was collect a combined 34 doubles and 16 home runs between two minor league stops. He has power to all fields and he is a better hitter than he's shown. He should start proving that now that he acclimated himself to a new country and shaken off the rust from his long layoff. Defensively he could use some work but his game has drawn comparisons to Carlos Delgado for his ability to hit the opposite field with power.
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\r\n14. Daniel McCutchen - Known as 'Cutch' by his teammates, the 13th round pick from a year ago is quickly proving to be the steal of that draft. He went a combined 14-4 with a 2.47 ERA between high-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton this past season. He works extremely quick and uses a combination of three plus pitches to keep hitters off-balance. Sitting 90-96 MPH with his fastball, he also offers the organization some flexibility as either an innings-eater starting pitcher or possible reliever.
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\r\n15. Ivan Nova - Nova has the stuff to rank higher on the list, possessing three plus pitches. He averaged 93 MPH with his fastball in Charleston this past season but was content just throwing strikes and allowing his defense to work behind him. One of the better pure arms in the farm system, he has some work to do learning the nuances of pitching, including expanding the strike zone and looking to put away batters more frequently via the strikeout. He's still a bit raw but he has the stuff to move quickly if he puts it all together.
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\r\n16. Austin Romine - The career .500 hitter [okay, he's had just two at-bats] was widely considered a first round pick prior to the 2007 draft and fell to the Yankees in the second round. While he lacks game experience, his talent is unquestionable. He is a plus defensive catcher with a strong and accurate arm behind the plate and the truly frightening part is he hasn't ever really been taught properly until signing with the Yankees. Offensively, few can match his opposite field power and despite being drafted out of high school he has 'now' power. He's got the size, skill-set, and makeup to be a top five prospect as soon as next season.
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\r\n17. Carmen Angelini - Like his draft-mate Romine, Angelini has all the tools to already be one of the better prospects and the mental makeup to go with it, despite his lack of professional experience. He is already a plus defensive shortstop with a strong arm and great range. Offensively he employs a patient approach at the plate and has shown an ability to take pitches the other way. The only thing lacking in his game is size and raw strength, the only aspect that needs attention as he works his way up the minor league ladder.
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\r\n18. Abraham Almonte - Drawing comparisons to Jose Reyes for his combination of speed and power from both sides of the plate, defensively he was a project at second base. The Yankees moved him to centerfield in the middle of the Gulf Coast League and his game blossomed. He has a very strong arm and he was surprisingly accurate with his throws. He made some good adjustments at the plate in 2007, learning to allow the ball to get deeper on him and take the ball more the other way. Some insiders believe he could move quickly now that he's in the outfield.
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\r\n19. Bradley Suttle - Another 2007 draftee lacking much professional experience, scouts love his solid combination of defensive and offensive potential. A switch-hitter at the hot corner isn't easy to find and he has shown an ability to hit for both average and power. The Yankees are making some changes to his swing so there will be an adjustment period of sorts, but he has the polish on both sides of the ball to move quickly through the farm system.
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\r\n20. Colin Curtis - Curtis had an admirable first full season numbers-wise in 2007, advancing all the way to Double-A. Scouts love his approach at the plate and he has shown an advanced feel for taking pitches to the opposite field. He consistently has good at-bats and while his critics doubt his power potential, baseball insiders believe there is some hidden power. A masher in batting practice, he's learning to turn on the inside pitch more and transfer some of that BP power into the games.
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\r\n21. Eric Duncan - While fans are starting to lose patience with the former first round pick and current .250 career hitter, the Yankees are not. Realizing he has endured a position switch, back problems, and having to make adjustments while playing at higher minor league levels, patience is the theme with Duncan's development. The organization has been encouraged with the strides he has made recently and he has developed into a serviceable first baseman defensively.
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\r\n22. Brandon Laird - While the defensive and offensive combinations offered by new farmhands Romine, Angelini, and Suttle are quite impressive, Laird's bat could arguably have the most potential. The brother of current big leaguer and Texas Rangers' catcher Gerald Laird, Brandon comes from the same high school as Ian Kennedy, Bobby Crosby, and Ian Stewart and yet still inexplicably slipped in the 2007 draft. He was by far and away the most impressive hitter at Instructs this year, winning the home run derby by a wide margin. A bit raw defensively, many scouts believe he'll hit at every level and he's already drawing comparisons to Kansas City Royals' slugger Billy Butler.
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\r\n23. Damon Sublett - As incredible as his professional debut season was, having one of the historic years in Staten Island [.326, 19 doubles, 8 home runs, and 53 RBI], the fact of the matter is he is a bit raw. He could use some better pitch recognition, be a bit more quiet in his hitting mechanics, and use the whole field more. Solid defensively, he has a strong arm that could be suited for another position down the road. He screams upside early in his career.
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\r\n24. Mitch Hilligoss - While there are players with higher upside in the farm system, few offer the assurances of reaching the big leagues as much as Hilligoss. He finished the year in the top ten in the South Atlantic League in hitting and setting a new league record with a 38-game hit streak. He also made huge strides defensively at third base and while some get down on his lack of home runs thus far, he has more power than he has shown. His versatility, ability to handle the bat, and speed makes him a virtual lock to be a productive big leaguer someday.
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\r\n25. George Kontos - Kontos has come a long way from posting a 5.00+ career ERA at Northwestern University. Once primarily a plus fastball-plus slider pitcher, he has made huge strides in developing both a curveball and a changeup that could become plus pitches for him in due time. Like Alan Horne, Kontos' power arm gives the organization some flexibility in his future role in the organization as either a workhorse in the rotation or a back-end bullpen arm.
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\r\n26. Steven White - Seemingly the forgotten man among the fans, White has had a nice combination of good stuff [above average fastball, above average curveball, and solid changeup] and numbers [28-25, 3.63 ERA] throughout his career. He's knocking on the big league door after a solid Triple-A season this year and the Yankees will have to find room for him soon. While he is better suited as a starting pitcher, he does offer some potential as a reliever should the need arise.
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\r\n27. Ryan Pope - A perfectionist of sorts, the Yankees' third round pick thought he could have done better than 3-0 with a 2.49 ERA for the Staten Island Yankees in his debut season. Armed with a big league fastball, a big league curveball, and a big league changeup, while he doesn't have the power arm others might have, he projects to be a quick mover through the farm system. The Yankees love his command and his makeup.
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\r\n28. J. Brent Cox - Out for the season after Tommy John surgery, he seems to be on the same return path at Humberto Sanchez, putting his ETA somewhere around May of 2008. When healthy he uses a combination of sinking fastballs and sliders to get opposing batters to pound the ball into the dirt and use his defense behind to make plays. There are pitchers with higher upside but he appears to be one of the safer bets to reach his potential.
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\r\n29. Ferdin Tejeda - A minor league free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen if the former shortstop will re-sign with the Yankees, although many expect it to happen. He was solid in his first full season returning from Tommy John surgery, posting a 2.55 ERA in 31 games for the Charleston Riverdogs. While he wasn't able to showcase the same 97 MPH heater he had prior to surgery, he did sit 93-95 MPH with his fastball and made marked improvements to an already solid slider. He boasts a plus changeup and many believe he'll throw harder next season, giving him tremendous upside as a possible setup man or closer down the road.
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\r\n30. Marcos Vechionacci - Dealing with a broken finger and instituting a few different changes to his hitting mechanics caused 'Nacci' to get off to a slow start in 2007. He earned a late-season promotion to Double-A after hitting .343 for the Tampa Yankees in August, possibly showing signs of his vast potential. His taller and thinner frame hasn't allowed him to tap his power potential yet and he has late-bloomer written all over him in that regard. He is as smooth as they come defensively and seems primed to put it all together at some point.
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\r\n31. Zach McAllister - While neither the Yankees nor McAllister will admit it, he took a small step backwards in 2007. Posting a 5.17 ERA in Staten Island isn't a big deal for a 19-year old with his upside, but the fact that he changed his repertoire two different times during the course of the same season [going to the curveball before moving back to the slider] revealed he is a bit raw right now. He's got the size to draw more power with his fastball down the road but he'll need to show more consistent command of his heater and his secondary pitches before he starts tapping that potential.
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\r\n32. Kevin Whelan - The former Detroit Tigers' prospect had some issues with fastball command in his first season with the Yankees, walking over six batters per nine innings in two minor league stops. The good news however was advancements made to his slider and his splitter, not to mention showing better fastball command down the stretch. His stuff is above average, but his command needs to be more consistent to be a big league bullpen option in 2008.
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\r\n33. David Robertson - Nobody had a better professional debut season in 2007 as Robertson went a combined 8-3 with a 0.96 ERA at three different minor league levels, allowing just 45 hits in 84 1/3 innings and striking out over twelve batters per nine innings. Throw in the fact he was developing a curveball instead of his slider, one of his best pitches in college, things could have not gone better for the former University of Alabama closer. He doesn't throw hard but his 90-93 MPH fastball plays a lot quicker as it sneaks up on batters.
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\r\n34. Mike Dunn - The former first baseman/centerfielder had a smooth transition to the mound in 2006, dominating the Gulf Coast League level. He didn't miss a beat in his first full season with the Charleston Riverdogs this past season, going 12-5 with a 3.42 ERA and becoming one of the best pitchers in the South Atlantic League. Boasting a plus fastball for a southpaw and a plus slider to boot, his competitive nature on the mound is both his strongest attribute and his weakest at the same time. If he can learn to curtail his emotions on the mound, his game could develop rapidly and he could become a quick mover through the farm system if he shifts to the bullpen.
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\r\n35. Eduardo Nunez - There aren't many players with the physical tools that Nunez possesses. However, one prone to take his defensive lapses with him to the plate throughout his career, he could stand to be a bit more mentally strong. He is an extremely good defensive player with soft hands, great range, a better arm and an even quicker release. Abandoning switch-hitting halfway through the 2007 season, the early returns are good as he was better against right-handed pitcher than lefties. The numbers haven't been good but he is still a top talent.
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\r\n36. Garrett Patterson - Like Nunez, Patterson's numbers have been a disappointment thus far despite possessing high-ceiling talent. He has 'top five' stuff in the farm system yet he inexplicably turned in one of the five worst seasons numbers-wise in 2007. He developed a plus slider to go along with his plus fastball and plus changeup this past season, and after making the move to the bullpen towards the end of the year - a move that seems permanent - he could move quickly in his better suited role.
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\r\n37. Prilys Cuello - He has his fair share of defensive issues in the field, struggling to make plays to his right and turning double-plays, but he has few question marks at the plate. Cut in the Robinson Cano mold as an offensive-minded second baseman, like Cano, Cuello has a knack for getting the fat part of the bat on the ball and driving it into the gaps. Possessing a bit more speed than the current Yankees' second baseman, his bat projects safely to reach the big leagues and at just 18-years old, he has plenty of upside.
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\r\n38. Ramiro Pena - The slick-fielding shortstop will play in the big leagues, there's no doubt about that. In fact, defensively he could be one of the top shortstops in the big leagues right now if not for his slower progressing offensive game. Injuries have derailed his last two seasons, stunting his offensive growth. His bat isn't as bad as his numbers would indicate but he'll need to hit more than he has to become the difference maker in the field that he can be.
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\r\n39. Reegie Corona - While the better half of Pena's game is defense, Corona's bat is further along than his defense. Physically maturing and getting stronger has taken the once projected backup player into full-time discussions after moving to shortstop permanently in 2007. He has a very good eye at the plate and has shown good speed on the base paths, but he could stand to get a little stronger in his upper-body to sting the ball a bit more frequently. His versatility in the field gives him a strong chance of having a big league impact.
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\r\n40. Carlos Urena - The last player sent down to the Dominican Summer League this past season, Urena had seemed ticketed to bypass that league in his first professional season. The 17-year old is already one of the elite fastball hitters in the organization and has power to all fields despite having room to add some strength to his game. He is still very raw, opening too quickly and getting out in front a bit too often, but his plus defensive skills in the outfield combined with his plus power potential making him one of the more intriguing position prospects. He has the talent to rank much higher on this list sometime soon.
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\r\n41. Jose Pirela - Like Urena, Pirela found himself in the Dominican Summer League this past season, tying for the team-lead in home runs and showcasing his speed. He boasts a selective eye at the plate and has plenty of room to add more strength. Pirela, signed as a shortstop, has a ton of work to do defensively. He has good range but has had trouble making transfers from the glove to his throwing hand. A position change is not out of the question for him but it's his bat that will take him a long way.
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\r\n42. Kyle Anson - The former defensive standout at third base has found a permanent home behind the plate. While he wasn't exactly pleased with his offensive season, nobody has their best offensive seasons in their first year converting to catcher. A switch-hitter, he is one of the most disciplined batters in the organization and can be a devastating batter from the left-side. Defensively he still has some work to do framing pitches and working with his pitchers better, but few catchers in the game can match his combination of arm strength, quick release, and accurate throws. Even as a 24-year old in low-A ball, he's a legitimate prospect.
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\r\n43. Zoilo Almonte - A gifted switch-hitter who has already shown good gap power at a young age, adding strength to his frame might be the deciding factor in just how far his game progresses. Akin to Melky Cabrera, he has a knack for making solid contact but he'll need to show he can make quicker adjustments as he moves up. Defensively he got better in the outfield this past season but he profiles as merely an average defensive player at the current time.
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\r\n44. Angel Reyes - One of the hottest rising prospects a year ago, reported back issues and deteriorating command of his pitches derailed his progress in 2007. Possessing incredible swing-and-miss stuff, he's only as good as his command and that abandoned him as he went just a combined 0-2 with a 5.28 ERA in three minor league stops. His stuff is just too good to drop him out of Top 50 discussions entirely but he'll need to prove the 2006 version of Angel Reyes is the real one next year to remain this high.
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\r\n45. Seth Fortenberry - Finishing two home runs shy of 20-20 season with the Charleston Riverdogs, Fortenberry offers a bit more tools than the normal college senior sign. He boasts good speed, good pull-power, and a plus defensive outfielder with a strong arm, but he needs to use the entire field more when he hits to take his game to the next level. At minimum he projects to be a reserve outfielder but has the type of upside to be more if it all comes together for him.
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\r\n46. Justin Snyder - He gets knocked by his critics due his 5-foot-9 frame but is stronger than people realize. He was hitting .370 through the first two months of his first professional season until an 11-54 [.204] stretch in the final weeks brought his average down. A plus defensive second baseman and centerfielder, he can also play shortstop and third base, giving him the type of versatility many organizations crave. He'll need to continue hitting to get his opportunities but he certainly has carved a nice niche for himself.
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\r\n47. Josue Calzado - The Dominican native had a solid first full season in the United States this past season, hitting .271 and showing adequate power. The fact that he learned to layoff breaking pitches outside of the strike zone was the bigger news however and it could be the first step towards tapping his vast potential. A plus defensive outfielder with one of the best outfield arms in all of baseball, if he puts it all together at some point, he has the talent to be a top prospect.
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\r\n48. Michael Gardner - Possessing stuff similar to J. Brent Cox, attacking hitters with sinking fastballs and sliders, he eliminated his gimmicky two-slot approach and went with just the three-quarter slot. The change improved the consistency of his pitches and if he can remain healthy - 2007 was his first full healthy season since 2004 - he could possibly see his first big league bullpen action as soon as 2008.
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\r\n49. Manny Barreda - He went undefeated in his professional debut season, going 5-0 with one save for the Gulf Coast League Yankees and showed some good swing-and-miss stuff. He isn't big, standing just 5-foot-11, but he does have a power arm with rapidly improving secondary pitches. He has excellent makeup and an extreme desire to improve, and he showed he can make quick adjustments which is seldom found in young pitchers coming out of high school.
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\r\n50. Eric Wordekemper - The former 46th round pick chipped in with one of the more dominating statistical seasons in the long-season leagues, going 2-0 with 33 saves and a 0.59 ERA for the Tampa Yankees. While he doesn't throw particularly hard, he did average 91 MPH with his fastball in 2007 and make big strides improving his slider and splitter. He doesn't profile to be a big league closer or setup man, but his combination of solid stuff and ability to throw strikes does project him as a possible middle reliever.
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