PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the Yankees' outfield prospects. Which outfield 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 27, 2006
The Yankees have successfully re-stocked what was a depleted farm system. Aside from piling up a plethora of pitchers, the Yankees have gathered a strong collection of speedsters as well. PinstripesPlus.com analyzes the top speed prospects in the Yankees' system, ranking the top ten stolen base threats.
February 6, 2006
We sat down with Charleston Riverdogs' outfielder Estee Harris for a Q&A session to talk about his 2005 season, what he's doing this offseason to prepare for 2006, how is he able to hit for good power, which Yankees' prospects from his Charleston team impressed him the most, and much, much more.
January 29, 2006
Sandwiched in between the selections of Eric Duncan and Tim Battle in the second round of the 2003 MLB Draft, Estee Harris certainly hasn't had the same degree of success as his draft counterparts. Despite owning a career .225 batting average after a disappointing 2005 campaign that saw him hit just .216 with the Charleston Riverdogs, Harris' confidence hasn't been rattled.
January 19, 2006
We look at the peripherals stats of Charleston hitters from 2005, examining the guys who played a majority of the season with Charleston, those who had a minimum of 150 at-bats with the team and did not collect more than 150 at-bats at a higher level.
November 2, 2005
PinstripesPlus.com will release our Top 50 Yankees' prospects on Tuesday. For those who barely missed the "Top 50", they have not been forgotten. As we take a look at the near misses, we'll analyze how close they came, where they might rank next season and why they missed the list altogether. Now, let's look "Beyond the Top 50."
October 30, 2005
With the 2005 Minor League regular season just about done, PinstripesPlus.com looks at the six Yankees' prospects who have seen their stock fallen the most this past year. All six players ranked 21 or higher in our Top 50 Yankees' Prospects last year and all six will almost assuredly be ranked in the bottom half of this year's Top 50 as a result of their disappointing seasons.
September 6, 2005