PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the Yankees' outfield prospects. Which OF prospects are the "sleepers"? Which are the ones that need to make their move soon? These questions are answered in Part Two of our two part series on the Yankees' outfield prospects.
March 24, 2005
The torrential rains in New York City have turned this series preview into more of a game preview. The two-game set has been truncated into a one-game "showdown", as it were. Could the rivalry between Tampa Bay and New York be gaining enough momentum to overshadow the upcoming Boston series? Probably not. But the Devil Rays have shown they can play some good baseball.
April 13, 2004
Mike Mussina finally won his 200th career decision and the Yankees got an emotional spark from Bubba Crosby, who connected for his second homer as a Yankee, and just the second time in his career. The Yankees edged the White Sox 5-4 and earned a split of the four-game series.
April 11, 2004
Jose Contreras was wild in his first start of the season and poor fielding sealed the Yankees fate. The lone bright spot for the Yankees was Bubba Crosby's first major-league homerun. Chicago took advantage of every opportunity that came up and walked away with a 9-3 victory over the Yankees on Friday.
April 9, 2004
For obvious reasons, the Yankee organization has been constantly criticized in recent years for it's apparent weakness in the farm system. This weakness can be mostly attributed to the fact that they have rarely hesitated in making a deal to acquire a key player at the expense of one or more of their farmhands. However, what is not frequently documented are the moves the Yankees have made over the past calendar year, to acquire prospects rather than shipping them off for veteran players.
March 31, 2004
Joe Torre has announced some changes that he made to the projected starting lineup for Wednesday's season opener against the Devil Rays. The Yanks also announced their final roster to start the season, and some of the decisions may surprise you.
March 29, 2004
True to form, over the past couple of years the Yankees have gone out and spent millions of dollars putting together an All-Star outfield. While the players they have acquired to play in the big league outfield are stars, many of them do not have age on their side. Unless the organization once again chooses to shy away from their farm system and pursue other markets, the Yankees may need some young outfielders to emerge from the minors and play a role in the big leagues.
March 24, 2004