Baseball America: Yankees Have The Second Best Farm System In MLB

On Friday, John Manuel of Baseball America released his annual rankings of each Major League organization’s minor league system. The Yankees were ranked second in all of baseball, just behind the Atlanta Braves for the top spot.

It is stated in the article that “the Baseball America (BA) annual organization talent rankings reflect the total worth of each farm system’s prospects, where all players who haven’t exceeded 130 at-bats, 50 innings or 30 relief appearances … [visit site to read more]

MiLB.com’s Position Player Rankings: Yankees Tabbed The Best In Baseball

Over the past week, MiLB.com has been giving their in-depth analysis on all 30 farm systems around Major League Baseball. Thursday they released their top-10 position player rankings, and the Yankees were given the number one spot.

According to MiLB.com, the rankings are based “specifically on position player prospects and considers the quality and quantity of top talent in each system in its current state”.

The article notes that New York’s system was in pretty good shape prior the … [visit site to read more]

Single Game Tickets Go On Sale On March 4!

Opening Day at ARM & HAMMER Park is 48 days away and your Thunder will put single game tickets on sale to every 2017 game at ARM & HAMMER Park on Saturday, March 4.

Fans can purchase tickets online at TrentonThunder.com/Tickets beginning at 12:01am on Saturday, March 4; by phone at 609-394-3300 x101 beginning at 9:00am; and in-person at the box office of ARM & HAMMER Park from 9:30am-2:00pm. Tickets to Thunder games are $12 each for adults, $11 for children 4-12 and seniors, 60 … [visit site to read more]

[Watch] Kyle Higashioka Hit a Long Home Run in Game One of Spring Training 2017


Kyle Higashioka connects for a solo home run to deep left field for the … [visit site to read more]

[Watch] Clint Frazier Clears The Bases With A Triple


Clint Frazier lines a triple to right-center field, scoring visit site to read more]

[Watch] Didi Gregorius Hit The First HR of Spring Training 2017


Yankees shortstop Didi … [visit site to read more]

Baby Bombers Provide Boost as Yankees Take First Spring Game

On what was a beautiful day in Tampa, Florida the New York Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in the first official Spring Training game of 2017 by the score of 9-4.  The new fresh face-Yankees showed why fans should be excited for the next few seasons as the Baby Bombers stepped up to provide some exciting offense.

Bryan Mitchell … [visit site to read more]

Pinstriped Profile: Brady Lail

The New York Yankees drafted right-handed starter Brady Lail in the 18th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft from Bingham High School in South Jordan, Utah. Lail, now 23, has pitched as high as Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in the Yankees organization.

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Lail joined the Gulf Coast League Yankees after officially signing with the team on July 6, 2012. While pitching out of the bullpen in the GCL, Lail put up some impressive numbers.
Though Lail only … [visit site to read more]

Yankees Interested in What A Healthy McKinney Can Do

Many observers, both inside and outside the Yankees organization, are anxious to see what kind of 2017 season outfielder Billy McKinney puts together.

A native of Plano, Texas, who was Oakland’s first-round pick in the 2013 draft, signed by Athletics scout Armann Brown, came to the Yankees last July 25 with heralded shortstop Gleyber Torres, outfielder Rashad Crawford and right-hander Adam Warren in the Aroldis Chapman trade.

He was listed as the Cubs’ No. 7 prospect by Baseball … [visit site to read more]

Pinstriped Profile: Dietrich Enns

Dietrich Enns is a left-handed starting pitcher.  He attended Lincoln-Way East High School in Frankfort, IL before going to Central Michigan University.  That is from where the New York Yankees drafted him in the 19th round of the 2012 MLB June amateur draft.

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