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Yankees Organization Report

George King -Premium Content

Power pitchers are the most seductive commodity in baseball. No organization can have enough arms, making radar-gun watching a necessity more than a curiosity. That's why the Yankees and other organizations are gushing about Joba Chamberlain, a sandwich pick taken 44th overall in June's draft. The righthander out of Nebraska, who signed a 2007 contract, has been impressive in Hawaii Winter Baseball.

Majors | #2006#New York Yankees#Organization Reports

Yankees Organization Report

George King -Premium Content

Double-A Trenton manager Bill Masse knows the exact reason Tyler Clippard has tasted success in the second half of the season. "It all goes to Dave Eiland," Masse said of his pitching coach. "He did the same thing with Jeff Karstens." Eiland, a former Yankees pitcher, has stressed understanding the science of pitching at an age when most hurlers believe their talent will carry them through.

Majors | #2006#New York Yankees#Organization Reports