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The Switch

George King -Premium Content

They understand the chance of injury is high, the success rate low, and that the endeavor takes time and patience. However, the Yankees have gotten results by converting outfielders to pitchers, and so far they like what they have seen from lefthander Wilkins de la Rosa.

Majors | #2008#New York Yankees#Organization Reports

Fielding Machines

George King -Premium Content

Brian Cashman didn't hesitate when asked how good shortstop Ramiro Pena is defensively. "He is a high-end fielding machine," the Yankees' general manager said of the 22-year-old from Monterrey, Mexico, who signed in 2005. "We are fortunate that we have two shortstops at Double-A and Triple-A who are fielding machines."

Majors | #2008#New York Yankees#Organization Reports

Nice Catch

George King -Premium Content

Austin Jackson's first taste of celebrity came in his first big league spring training game when, after making a running catch, Reggie Jackson compared his defensive skills to Devon White and Gary Pettis, two of the best center fielders of the previous generation.

Majors | #2008#New York Yankees#Organization Reports