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2022 New York Yankees Top MLB Prospects

Anthony Volpe (Somerset Patriots)
Anthony Volpe (Courtesy Somerset Patriots)


Anthony Volpe followed a breakout season with an outstanding encore performance at the upper levels. He and Oswald Peraza headline the top of a system thinned by trades and graduations, but the top five still boasts plenty of potential.

Today, we unveil the Yankees' 10 best prospects entering 2023, headlined by a trio of Top 100 hitters and some promising arms.

Josh Norris hosted a chat regarding the Yankees system. You can read the transcript here.

Here's how we project their lineup in 2026, with their 2026 ages in parentheses.


Catcher: Austin Wells (26)
First Base: DJ LeMahieu (37)
Second Base: Gleyber Torres (29)
Third Base: Anthony Volpe (25)
Shortstop: Oswald Peraza (26)
Left Field: Jasson Dominguez (23)
Center Field: Spencer Jones (25)
Right Field: Aaron Judge (34)
Designated Hitter: Giancarlo Stanton (36)

No. 1 Starter: Gerrit Cole (35)
No. 2 Starter: Luis Severino (32)
No. 3 Starter: Nestor Cortes (31)
No. 4 Starter: Drew Thorpe (25)
No. 5 Starter: Will Warren (27)
Closer: Jonathan Loaisiga (31)

Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to New York's Top 10, click here.


Best Hitter for Average: Anthony Volpe 
Best Power Hitter: Austin Wells
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Anthony Volpe 
Fastest Baserunner: Estevan Florial
Best Athlete: Spencer Jones
Best Fastball: Luis Gil
Best Curveball: Randy Vasquez
Best Slider: Will Warren
Best Changeup: Luis Serna
Best Control: Jhony Brito
Best Defensive Catcher: Antonio Gomez
Best Defensive Infielder: Oswald Peraza 
Best Infield Arm: Oswald Peraza
Best Defensive Outfielder: Estevan Florial
Best Outfield Arm: Estevan Florial

Jasson Dominguez (Mike Janes Four Seam Images)

After Returning To Earth, Jasson Dominguez Remains A Solid Prospect

If you look at Dominguez as something other than the next Mickey Mantle, what he’s done and what he could do look way more impressive than they do when you are trying to compare him to Hall of Famers.

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