Anthony Seigler Helps Restock Yankees' Catcher Depth
The Yankees replenished their depth at catcher in the 2018 draft by investing first- and second-round picks on backstops.
Domingo Acevedo Faces Pivotal Season
The 6-foot-7 righthander could enter the big league picture in 2019, but only if the 25-year-old reaches Triple-A and succeeds there.
Albert Abreu Looks As Good As New
The flame-throwing righthander missed time with injuries in 2018 but was back to his old tricks in the Dominican League this winter.
Thairo Estrada Continues Long Recovery Process
Shot in the hip last offseason, Estrada sat out most of 2018 while recovering but returned to form in instructional league.
Stephen Tarpley Realizes His Full Potential
A bout of shoulder inflammation forced Tarpley to rethink his approach and assume a new role. He has thrived ever since.
Everson Pereira Shows Advanced Baseball Instincts
Everson Pereira was the youngest player in the Appalachian League, but he plays above his 17 years.
Rehabbing Clarke Schmidt Shows His Stuff
The Yankees drafted the former South Carolina ace right after he had Tommy John surgery. Now healthy, he is holding his velocity.
Jonathan Loaisiga Comes A Long Way In A Short Time
The 23-year-old missed the better part of three seasons, then catapulted from high Class A to the majors this season.
Trevor Stephan Advances Quickly To Double-A
The 2017 third-round pick advanced his time table to New York by reaching Double-A in May of his first full season.
Yankees Cultivate Front Office Prospects, Too
The Yankees provided scouting opportunities to ex-players Kevin Reese, Dan Giese and Matt Daley, and all three have risen through the ranks.