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New York Yankees 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Albert AbreuRHP
Domingo AcevedoRHP
Daniel AlvarezRHP
Luis AvilanLHP
Zack BrittonLHP
Luis CessaRHP
Aroldis ChapmanLHP
Gerrit ColeRHP
Deivi GarciaRHP
Luis GilRHP
Chad GreenRHP
David HaleRHP
J.A. HappLHP
Ben HellerRHP
Jonathan HolderRHP
Tommy KahnleRHP
Michael KingRHP
Brooks KriskeRHP
Jonathan LoaisigaRHP
Tyler LyonsLHP
Luis MedinaRHP
Jordan MontgomeryLHP
Nick NelsonRHP
Dan OteroRHP
Adam OttavinoRHP
James PaxtonLHP
Adonis RosaRHP
Clarke SchmidtRHP
Masahiro TanakaRHP
Nick TropeanoRHP
Alexander VizcainoRHP
Miguel YajureRHP
Tony ZychRHP
Kyle HigashiokaC
Chris IannettaC
Erik KratzC
Max McDowellC
Gary SanchezC
Josh TholeC
Miguel Andujar3B
Matt DuffyINF
Thairo EstradaINF
Mike Ford1B
Kyle HolderSS
DJ LeMahieu2B
Gleyber TorresSS
Gio Urshela3B
Luke Voit1B
Tyler WadeINF
Estevan FlorialOF
Clint FrazierOF
Brett GardnerOF
Zack GraniteOF
Rosell HerreraOF
Aaron HicksOF
Aaron JudgeOF
Giancarlo StantonOF
Mike TauchmanOF


Considering the Yankees announced the signings of catcher Max McDowell, infielder Matt Duffy and righthander Dan Otero on Sunday, those would all count as notable inclusions. McDowell, it should be noted, has a career 42% caught-stealing rate in the minor leagues. Beyond that group, the Yankees invited three of their excellent group of low-level righthanders—Luis Medina, Luis Gil and Alexander Vizcaino—to Summer Camp to get them some sort of development this season in the likely absence of a minor league season.


With Medina, Gil and Vizcaino in the fold, it was a little surprising not to see the fourth member of that Class A pitching collective, righthander Roansy Contreras, included. Contreras has the least powerful stuff of the group, but was most consistent with his arsenal. No. 1 prospect Jasson Dominguez, too, was left off the roster. That's understandable considering he's yet to play an official game. Similarly, the Yankees added neither of their young, talented shortstop prospects—Oswald Peraza and Anthony Volpe—to the mix.


Unsurprisingly, the Yankees have loaded their roster with power. They have big-name boppers among their position players and a host of live-armed pitchers they can bring out of the bullpen. Medina's inclusion is particularly intriguing, considering he has some of the best stuff in the group but also has extremely volatile command and control and hasn't pitched above high Class A.

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