Sardinha Develops Through Demotion

When a prospect is advancing through the farm system, a demotion can be often be detrimental to their confidence, emotions, and overall development, but Bronson Sardinha was able to cope. After just 15 games with Double-A Trenton, and a .429 batting average, he found himself back with the team he began 2007 with, not to mention a better outlook on his own development as a player.
August 26, 2007

Sardinha's Slump May Be Over

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre outfielder Bronson Sardinha is currently having one of the worst seasons of his career, and a .223 batting average to show for it. Sardinha attributes laziness and complacency as the cause for his poor start, but he has turned on the heat of late. In his last 11 games, Sardinha has displayed the hitting ability that will one day get him to the majors.
June 21, 2007

Sardinha Gets Back to Basics

Bronson Sardinha, a former number one draft pick in 2001, is looking to get back to the basics this season. He recently completed a successful offseason, playing in 19 Spring Training affairs and compiling a .324 batting average. He takes his Spring Training success into Scranton, happy with his time in camp this spring.
April 8, 2007

Tool Time: Top Ten Power Hitting Prospects

The Yankees have collected an impressive group of potential power hitters in the farm system, but the problem is the majority of them haven't gotten out of A-ball yet. analyzes the top power prospects in the Yankees' system, ranking potentially the top ten power hitters.
March 1, 2007

Top Prospects, Top Tools

Over the next couple of weeks we'll be dissecting the top ten prospects in many different tools' categories in a series of articles called "Tool Time". Before we do, here is a look at the top pitching, offensive and defensive tools as we crown players with titles such as "Best Curveball", "Best Outfield Arm", "Best Power", and many more.
February 19, 2007