Since being drafted by the Boston Red Sox organization, David Seccombe's career has included numerous changes. For Seccombe, he experienced a major injury, been released by his first team, and joining another. This year he gets to experience another change. Seccombe's career as a starting pitcher seems to be over as the Yankees move him to the bullpen.
May 23, 2006
Originally drafted in the 29th round by Boston in 2004, the Yankee signed David Seccombe as a minor league free agent following his release from the Red Sox organization. Out there with something to prove, Seccombe starred for Staten Island in 2005 and looks to simply keep his career going in 2006.
February 27, 2006
We sat down with Staten Island outfielder Brett Gardner for a Q&A session to talk about his 2005 season, why he hits lefties so well, whether or not hitting for power is something he's trying to do, which Yankees' prospects from his Staten Island team impressed him the most, and much, much more.
February 5, 2006
David Seccombe had about as storybook of a season as a player could have in his first season at the professional level. From being signed by the Yankees, to personal achievements, to winning a New York Penn League championship, life was good for the right-handed hurler in 2005. We caught up with David for an exclusive interview.
December 16, 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
The Staten Island Yankees compiled an impressive 52-24 record this season with a good combination of pitching and hitting, en route to a Championship year. We will look at the peripherals stats of the pitchers. PinstripesPlus will look at the guys who played a majority of the season with Staten Island, those who had a minimum of 25 innings with the team and did not collect more than 50 innings with any other team.
October 27, 2005
On a championship winning club, it is never easy to determine its most valuable members. However, the possible MVP of the team was also the hands down pitcher of the year for Staten Island. We highlighted the winner's season and the runners up as well.
October 2, 2005