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Yankees’ Mason Williams Stands Out In Star-Studded Crowd

Kyle Dugan -Premium Content

The Staten Island Yankees roster is packed with notable prospects. Lefthander Evan DeLuca and righthander Bryan Mitchell, both drafted in 2009, received large overslot bonuses for their services. The Yankees' top two picks in 2010, Cito Culver and Angelo Gumbs, currently comprise the middle infield for the Baby Bombers. Yet no one's star has shined brighter than that of Mason Williams, who has made a name for himself this season roaming center field in Richmond County Bank Park.

Minors | #2011#Classification Reports#Short-Season

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Do the Royals still have a top-10 farm system? How good is minor league strikeout leader Edwar Cabrera? What are the eligibility rules for the Arizona Fall League?

Minors | #2011#Ask BA

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Who had the best and worst drafts . . . in 2005? Why did players in the top half of the 2011 draft get paid so much? How do second-base prospects Jose Altuve (Astros) and D.J. LeMahieu (Cubs) compare?

Minors | #2011#Ask BA