New York Yankees 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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ROSTER (Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30).

Fernando Abad
Albert Abreu
Domingo Acevedo
Daniel Alvarez
Zack Britton
Luis Cessa
Aroldis Chapman
Gerrit Cole
Deivi Garcia
Luis Gil
Chad Green
J.A. Happ
Ben Heller
Jonathan Holder
Tommy Kahnle
Michael King
Brooks Kriske
Jonathan Loaisiga
Tyler Lyons
Luis Medina
Jordan Montgomery
Nick Nelson
Adam Ottavino
James Paxton
Adonis Rosa
Addison Russ
Clarke Schmidt
Masahiro Tanaka
Alexander Vizcaino
Miguel Yajure
Tony Zych
Rob Brantly
Kyle Higashioka
Erik Kratz
Max McDowell
Gary Sanchez
Wynston Sawyer
Josh Thole
Miguel Andujar
Matt Duffy
Thairo Estrada
Mike Ford
Kyle Holder
DJ LeMahieu
Gleyber Torres
Gio Urshela
Luke Voit
Tyler Wade
Estevan Florial
Clint Frazier
Brett Gardner
Zack Granite
Rosell Herrera
Aaron Hicks
Aaron Judge
Giancarlo Stanton
Mike Tauchman

The organization’s No. 1 prospect, toolshed OF Jasson Dominguez, is not on the team’s pool. That’s understandable for a player who, while extremely talented, hasn’t played a professional game. The five members of the team’s midseason Top 10 who were also members of the 40-man roster—RHPs Deivi Garcia, Clarke Schmidt, Luis Gil, Luis Medina and Alexander Vizcaino—all made the cut. 

Other members of the midseason Top 30 who are either on the big league roster or working out at the team’s alternate training site, in Scranton, Pa., include RHP Miguel Yajure, OF Estevan Florial, RHP Michael King and RHP Nick Nelson

The Yankees made a small trade with the Phillies, sending David Hale to Philadelphia in exchange for reliever Addison Russ, and also added catchers Rob Brantly and Wynston Sawyer.

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