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  1. 1. Anthony Volpe | SS
    Anthony Volpe
    Born: Apr 28, 2001
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'11" Wt.: 180
    Drafted/Signed: HS-- Morristown, N.J., 2019 (1st round).
    Signed By: Matt Hyde.
    Minors: .249/.342/.460 | 21 HR | 50 SB | 511 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 65/High

    Track Record: Volpe had a standout senior season in 2019 at Delbarton High, the New Jersey program where he was teammates with fellow future first-rounder Jack Leiter. The Yankees believed enough in both Volpe's performance and makeup that they spent their first-round pick and a bonus of $2,740,300 to keep him from a commitment to Vanderbilt. His pro debut was hampered by a case of mononucleosis that muted his performance at Rookie-level Pulaski. Then the pandemic happened, and Volpe spent the season working remotely to up his game. When he re-emerged in 2021, he looked like a player with the potential to be the team's shortstop of the future. When the Yankees passed on signing free agents Carlos Correa or Trevor Story following the 2021 season, those thoughts were reinforced. Now, it was on Volpe to produce an encore. After a winter of training that included a stop at Wake Forest's pitching lab to help strengthen his throwing arm, Volpe got his first upper-level test when he was assigned to Double-A Somerset. Volpe stumbled out of the blocks in April but turned it on thereafter. From May 1 until the close of the season, the 21-year-old hit .268/.356/.493 in a tenure split between Double-A and Triple-A. He closed the first half of the season with a walk-off home run that sent Somerset to the Eastern League playoffs, where they would eventually win the championship.

    Scouting Report: Volpe is the purest hitter in the Yankees' system, a title he comes by through an extremely mature approach that allows him to pick through pitches he doesn't want until he gets something he can impact. Then he unleashes a powerful yet compact swing that produces hard line drives thanks to a swing path that keeps the barrel in the zone for a long time. Scouts noticed a few early tweaks that might have gotten him a little off-kilter in the early going. Notably, they saw a bigger stride and a higher hand-set than in years past. The former was causing unwanted head movement and the latter upset his timing and was causing him to work around pitches instead of through them. Once Volpe corrected those issues, he started looking like the 2021 version of himself. Multiple scouts brought up a weakness against spin from righthanders, which is among the final holes he'll have to close before he's ready to take over in the Bronx. Scouts are split about whether Volpe can remain at shortstop. Nobody believes he will be an elite defender at the position, but there are some who think he can be average and that his lack of standout arm strength can be mitigated by excellent instincts and a quick release. He has quick feet but his range at shortstop is average at best. He's an above-average runner whose strong instincts helped him swipe 50 bases.

    The Future: Volpe might return to Triple-A to begin 2023, but it's clear the Yankees view him as part of their long-term future. Whether that's at shortstop or elsewhere on the infield is the biggest remaining question.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 60. Power: 60. Speed: 55. Fielding: 50. Arm: 45.

  2. 2. Oswald Peraza | SS
    Oswald Peraza
    Born: Jun 15, 2000
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'11" Wt.: 186
    Drafted/Signed: Venezuela, 2016.
    Signed By: Roney Calderon/Jose Gavidia.
    Minors: .259/.329/.448 | 19 HR | 33 SB | 386 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/Medium

    Track Record: Peraza was signed out of Venezuela in 2016 as a player with gifts on both sides of the ball. He showed hints of that potential before the pandemic, but he truly broke out in 2021, when he reached new offensive heights. He opened the 2022 season as the youngest player in the International League and the second-youngest in Triple-A. He struggled initially before getting hot in the summer months. Through April and May, he produced an OPS of .621. In June and July, that figure jumped to .913. He made his big league debut on Sept. 2 and was included on the Yankees' roster for the American League Championship Series.

    Scouting Report: Part of Peraza's struggles in the early portion of the season revolved around the cold weather in the Northeast. Another part was that he was facing advanced arms at Triple-A who relentlessly exploited his weakness against sliders that broke down and away. Peraza and Scranton hitting coach Trevor Amicone worked hard behind the scenes to improve that part of his game, and the results started showing up during the summer months. Peraza's power is fringe-average and geared more toward doubles than home runs and is presently mostly to his pull side. He's a cinch to stick at shortstop and grades as the best infielder in the system, with the quickness, range and plus arm strength to handle most everything hit his way. His above-average speed helped both on defense and on the bases, where he stole 33 bags in 38 tries.

    The Future: Peraza has the defensive chops to be the Yankees' long-term shortstop, especially if they choose to push Anthony Volpe to second base, where his range would be an asset with shift restrictions coming into play, and make him and Peraza their future double-play combo.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 55. Power: 45. Speed: 55. Field: 60. Arm: 55.

  3. 3. Jasson Dominguez | OF
    Jasson Dominguez
    Born: Feb 7, 2003
    Bats: B Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'10" Wt.: 210
    Drafted/Signed: Dominican Republic, 2019.
    Signed By: Juan Rosario/Lorenzo Piron/Edgar Mateo.
    Minors: .273/.375/.461 | 16 HR | 37 SB | 451 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/High

    Track Record: After signing for $5.1 million in 2019, Dominguez's official pro debut was delayed a year by the pandemic. He had spurts of success as one of the youngest players in the Low-A Florida State League in 2021. He returned to the level in 2022 but finished the year in Double-A, where he helped Somerset win the Eastern League crown. Dominguez has made each of the last two Futures Games and hit a long home run at Dodger Stadium in 2022.

    Scouting Report: Dominguez's season got better as the year went on, in terms of both public and private evaluation methods. From June 1 forward, he hit .273/.389/.464. That period also included 11 of his 16 home runs, which speaks to the Yankees' efforts to get him to hit the ball in the air more often. He also worked hard to improve his swing decisions. Even during Dominguez's early struggles with Low-A Tampa to open the season, scouts believed he was recognizing pitches well but still swinging at ones he couldn't impact. As that aspect of his game improved, Dominguez's season got better. Now, he's got the potential to be at least an above-average hitter with plus power. He has a chance to stick in center field and be average at the position. A lot will depend on how his body develops as he matures. Dominguez is strong and compact rather than the lithe athletes who typically hold down center. Still, scouts see a player whose above-average speed, as well as excellent reads and jumps, could allow him to stay in center field even if he's unlikely to be a standout. His arm strength is above-average and would play in right field if necessary.

    The Future: After a cameo at Double-A and a stint in the Arizona Fall League, Dominguez will spend all of 2023 as a 20-year-old at the upper levels.

    Hitting: 55 Power: 60 Speed: 55 Fielding: 50 Arm: 55

  4. 4. Everson Pereira | OF
    Everson Pereira
    Born: Apr 10, 2001
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'10" Wt.: 191
    Drafted/Signed: Venezuela, 2017.
    Signed By: Roney Calderon.
    Minors: .277/.350/.469 | 14 HR | 21 SB | 401 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/High

    Track Record: Pereira signed in 2017 but has had his career severely limited by injuries and the pandemic, and the 102 games he played in 2022 are just shy of half of his career total. Despite the inexperience, the Yankees believed enough in his talent that they added him to the 40-man roster after the 2021 season in order to protect him from the Rule 5 draft, which was ultimately canceled by the lockout. Pereira launched 20 home runs in just 49 games in 2021 and continued to show flashes of his ceiling throughout the 2022 season, which included a late promotion to Double-A Somerset for his first upper-level test.

    Scouting Report: Evaluators love Pereira's raw power, with some even going as high as a 70 on the 20-80 scale for his ability to lose balls to the deepest recesses of parks during batting practice. His swing-and-miss tendencies caused that power to play down in games, as did his propensity for hitting the ball on the ground early in the season. The Yankees tweaked Pereira's bat path to make his swing more flyball-oriented. Still, scouts point to Pereira's chase rate and timing issues that could limit his ceiling to no more than an average hitter. Defensively, Pereira has a chance to stick in center field but could also move to a corner, and his above-average arm strength would fit nicely in right field. Some scouts would like to see Pereira become more accurate on his throws. He's an above-average runner who gets excellent jumps in the outfield.

    The Future: Pereira's season was once again stunted by injuries, though not as severely as in the past. He'll get another test at the upper levels in 2023 and has the ceiling of an above-average regular outfielder with a profile leaning slightly toward power over hit.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 50. Power: 55. Speed: 55. Fielding: 50. Arm: 55.

  5. 5. Austin Wells | C
    Austin Wells
    Born: Jul 12, 1999
    Bats: L Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'1" Wt.: 200
    Drafted/Signed: Arizona, 2020 (1st round).
    Signed By: Troy Afenir.
    Minors: .277/.385/.512 | 20 HR | 16 SB | 336 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/High

    Track Record: The Yankees were on Wells for much of his amateur career, having drafted him out of high school in 2018 and then again in 2020, when he was an eligible sophomore at Arizona. Since turning pro, Wells has done nothing but hit as he's climbed from Low-A to Double-A. He was limited to just 92 games in 2022 because of a ruptured testicle that cost him a chunk of time at midseason. He moved to Double-A upon return from the injury and showed an excellent combination of power and on-base skills. He finished the season by catching a combined no-hitter from Randy Vasquez and Carson Coleman that gave Somerset the Eastern League title.

    Scouting Report: Wells' profile is almost entirely driven by his bat, which has proved potent at every level. He combines excellent knowledge of the strike zone with brute strength and a lofted swing path designed to hit balls hard and in the air, which raised his fly ball plus line drive rate to nearly 50%. Wells also worked with the Yankees to adjust his bat path to reduce in his in-zone whiff rate, which was around 20% in 2022, an improvement of 11% from 2021. Wells' hands aren't the most mobile, but scouts still saw the ability to punish line drives to all sectors. One scout noted that he was strong enough to turn a 100 mph fastball into a home run the opposite way off the left-field foul pole. Defensively, Wells is not likely to be an average defender, but he's worked diligently and has improved his catching by quite a bit. He's improved his overall arm strength but could make further improvements by cleaning up his footwork and shortening his release. His pop times are usually between 2.00 and 2.15 seconds.

    The Future: Wells' next step is likely Triple-A, and he could make his big league debut at some point in 2023. He has the look of a masher who is passable behind the plate.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 50. Power: 55. Speed: 45. Fielding: 40. Arm: 45.

  6. 6. Spencer Jones | OF
    Spencer Jones
    Born: May 14, 2001
    Bats: L Throws: L
    Ht.: 6'7" Wt.: 225
    Minors: .344/.425/.538 | 4 HR | 12 SB | 93 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/Very High

    Track Record: As a high schooler, Jones had enough athleticism to excel as a two-way player. A broken elbow ended his senior season and stifled his draft stock enough that he made it to campus at Vanderbilt as a position player only. Jones was a standout in the Cape Cod League in 2021 and backed it up with an excellent junior season in Nashville, where he produced an 1.104 OPS with 12 home runs. The Yankees liked his combination of athleticism, lefthanded power and bat-to-ball skills enough to draft him 25th overall. He signed for $2,880,800 and split his pro debut between the Florida Complex League and Low-A Tampa.

    Scouting Report: Much like the Yankees' other towering sluggers, Jones uses his massive frame to produce corresponding power and the exit velocities to match. He hit three home runs in the Florida State League, including one which produced an exit velocity of 111.3 mph. As expected with a hitter his size, Jones has holes to close at the plate, though scouts who saw him as a pro noted he'd done a good job learning how to manipulate the barrel and slowly minimize areas where he can be exploited. He had also done well to go the other way against lefthanders. Defensively, Jones has the speed to stick in center field but might be more natural on an outfield corner. His big-time power and average arm strength would help him profile as a classic masher who hits toward the middle of an order. He's a plus runner now who is likely to tick down a half-grade as he ages.

    The Future: After a brief appearance at Low-A, Jones and his Vanderbilt pedigree are likely to head to High-A Hudson Valley to begin 2023. He'll work to continue maintaining his hitting ability against higher-caliber pitchers.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 45. Power: 60. Speed: 55. Fielding: 55. Arm: 50.

  7. 7. Will Warren | RHP
    Will Warren
    Born: Jun 16, 1999
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'0" Wt.: 175
    Minors: 9-9 | 3.91 ERA | 125 SO | 42 BB | 129 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/High

    Track Record: Warren is the latest in the line of gems the Yankees' pitching department has polished into intriguing prospects. He was selected in the eighth round of the 2021 draft out of Southeastern Louisiana but did not pitch professionally after signing. He opened the 2022 season at High-A Hudson Valley and was one of the organization's biggest pop-up arms as he ascended to Double-A Somerset in early June, making him one of the first handful of 2021 draft picks to advance past Class A. Warren racked up a 53% groundball rate that ranked 18th in the minors for pitchers with at least 100 innings and second in the Yankees' system behind Matt Krook.

    Scouting Report: Instead of sending Warren to an affiliate in 2021, the Yankees set about re-imagining his arsenal. They supplemented his four-seam fastball and curveball with a two-seamer and a slider and started him on the path toward attacking the strike zone more horizontally than vertically. As the year wore on, Warren also added a cutter to his mix, which still included his 12-to-6 curveball as a strike-stealer in early counts. Warren's overall fastball velocity has ticked up as well, going from 91.8 mph during his senior season in college to 93 mph during the 2022 season. The velocity jump came from continued physical maturity and better use of his lower half. Scouts have questions about Warren's viability as a rotation piece, stemming from his shaky overall command and the effort in his delivery, which makes it tough to repeat.

    The Future: Optimistic evaluators see Warren as a back-end starter, while more bearish scouts see him as a middle reliever who can eat innings and get ground balls. He'll advance to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in 2023.

    Scouting Grades: Fastball: 60. Curveball: 40. Slider: 60. Cutter: 40. Control: 50.

  8. 8. Drew Thorpe | RHP
    Drew Thorpe
    Born: Oct 1, 2000
    Bats: L Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'4" Wt.: 190

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/High

    Track Record: Thorpe had two-way potential when he arrived in college, but Cal Poly believed there was more potential as a pitcher. They were right. Part of the decision was because of Thorpe's outstanding changeup, which continued to be his signature pitch throughout three seasons with the Mustangs, where was teammates with shortstop and No. 8 overall pick Brooks Lee. He also pitched in the Cape Cod League and was a member USA Baseball's Collegiate National Team in 2021. Thorpe's outstanding junior campaign saw him strike out 149 hitters in 103.2 innings, which earned him not only a spot as a BA first-team All-American but led the Yankees to draft him in the second round and sign him for $1,187,600.

    Scouting Report: In Thorpe, the Yankees saw untapped potential, thanks to a more physical pitcher than would be expected from someone whose fastball only averaged 90.5 mph during his draft season at Cal Poly. They also like what they saw in Thorpe's natural movement patterns, which suggest a pitcher who with further development and strength will see an uptick in fastball velocity and amplified offspeed pitches. Instead of sending him to an affiliate after signing, the Yankees brought Thorpe in and rested him before inviting him to their fall instructional program, which is typically divided into groups focusing on specific skill development. This is the same tact they took with Will Warren after the 2021 season, when he emerged as a different pitcher.

    The Future: After an offseason of rest and instruction, Thorpe's college pedigree means he's likely to head to High-A Hudson Valley to officially begin his pro career. He has a shot at becoming a back-end rotation piece, with a chance for more.

    Scouting Grades: Fastball: 45. Slider: 55. Changeup: 65. Control: 60.

  9. 9. Randy Vasquez | RHP
    Randy Vasquez
    Born: Nov 3, 1998
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'0" Wt.: 165
    Signed By: Arturo Pena.
    Minors: 2-7 | 3.90 ERA | 120 SO | 41 BB | 116 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/High

    Track Record: Vasquez was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2018 and earned enough of a rep in 2021, when he pitched in full-season ball for the first time, that he was originally part of the deal that brought Joey Gallo from the Rangers to New York in exchange for four prospects. A few last-minute alterations to the trade kept him and outfielder Everson Pereira with the Yankees. Vasquez pitched exclusively at Double-A Somerset in 2022 and finished his season with a flourish when he spun the first eight innings of a no-hitter that helped the Patriots win the Eastern League championship.

    Scouting Report: Vasquez works primarily with a combination of four- and two-seam fastballs, each of which average roughly 92-93 mph, and a sweeping curveball that he uses to get swings and misses. He also added a cutter this season. His curveball, which ranks as the best in the system, is sharp enough that it helped him earned the nickname 'El Cuchillo,' or 'The Knife' in Spanish. In 2021, Vasquez lowered his arm slot in an effort to add more velocity. The goal worked, but in 2022 he didn't show the same command of his arsenal. His strike percentage and walk rates were nearly identical year over year, but his strikeout rate dipped from nearly 29% in 2021 to 24% a year later. He'll need to improve the quality of his strikes in order to get more whiffs. Vasquez's overall numbers are somewhat stunted by a horrid July in which he allowed five home runs in just 14.2 innings. By contrast, he allowed just six home runs during the rest of the season.

    The Future: Vasquez will move to Triple-A in 2023. If he can improve his command, he has a chance to stick as a back-end starter. If not, he fits as a middle-innings reliever.

    Scouting Grades: Fastball: 55. Curveball: 60. Changeup: 50. Control: 50.

  10. 10. Estevan Florial | OF
    Estevan Florial
    Born: Nov 25, 1997
    Bats: L Throws: L
    Ht.: 6'1" Wt.: 195
    Drafted/Signed: Haiti, 2015.
    Signed By: Esteban Castillo.
    Minors: .283/.368/.481 | 15 HR | 39 SB | 403 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/Medium

    Track Record: From an identification issue that complicated his initial signing, to his rise through the system and ascent to its No. 1 prospect in 2019, to two years marred by injuries before his big league debut during the pandemic season of 2020, Florial's career has gone through more peaks and valleys than most. He's been healthy the last two seasons and has made up for lost time and development while getting sporadic callups in the past three seasons to supplement the big league roster. He appeared in 17 games in 2022, just nine of them starts.

    Scouting Report: The biggest problem in Florial's game has long revolved around the frequency at which he swings and misses at pitches in the strike zone. He reduced that total to 25% in 2022, while similarly dropping his chase rate to 21%. Both those figures are improvements of 4% year over year. The result is more contact--often hard contact. More than half of the balls Florial hit in 2022 resulted in exit velocities of 95 mph or better, and his 90th percentile exit velocity of 107.2 mph was among the best in the entire system. While the Yankees are encouraged by Florial's improvement, they believe there is still more to come. He also needs to improve his output against lefthanded pitchers, against whom he hit just .222 in the minors. He sharpened his left-on-left skills by taking rounds of batting practice against Scranton coach Raul Dominguez, who is lefthanded. Florial is arguably the best defender in the system, earning plus grades for his work in center field as well as his throwing arm. He's an above-average runner.

    The Future: Despite his long career in the minor leagues, Florial is still relatively young in terms of on-field reps. The 2022 season was the first time since 2017 that he played more than 100 games.

    Scouting Grades: Hitting: 40. Power: 55. Speed: 55. Fielding: 60. Arm: 60.

  11. 11. Luis Gil | RHP
    Luis Gil
    Born: Jun 3, 1998
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 185
    Drafted/Signed: Dominican Republic, 2014.
    Signed By: Luis Lajara (Twins).
    Minors: 0-3 | 7.89 ERA | 31 SO | 15 BB | 22 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/Medium

    Track Record: Gil was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2014, then dealt to the Yankees in 2018 for outfielder Jake Cave. Gil began his Yankees career in Low-A Charleston, where he was part of a stacked rotation that also included the since-traded Luis Medina, Roansy Contreras and Alexander Vizcaino. Gil cut his way through the minor leagues before making his big league debut on Aug. 8, 2021. Gil spent the bulk of his 2022 season in Triple-A, save for one big league start, after which he was sent down. He made one more start with Triple-A before a torn ulnar collateral ligament required Tommy John surgery.

    Scouting Report: Gil works with a three-pitch mix fronted by a fastball that averages around 96 mph and can touch a few ticks higher. The pitch has plenty of spin and riding life through the zone, placing it among the organization's best fastballs. He backs the fastball with a potentially plus slider in the mid 80s. This past season was the first time since before the pandemic that baseball was played in the northeast in April, and Gil had early struggles finding a good feel for the slider in the cold weather. He rounds out his mix with a potentially fringe-average changeup in the low 90s. He has near-average control and command of his mix.

    The Future: For now, Gil will play the waiting game while he rehabs. Once he returns, the long layoff might make it tough to build him back into a starter's workload. If that's the case, his fastball-slider combo should play out of the bullpen.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 60. Changeup: 45. Control: 45

  12. 12. Luis Serna | RHP
    Luis Serna
    Born: Jul 20, 2004
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'11" Wt.: 162
    Minors: 0-0 | 1.96 ERA | 56 SO | 17 BB | 42 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/Very High

    Track Record: When he was an amateur, Serna piqued the Yankees' interest with his combination of outstanding feel to pitch, a quick arm and gumption on the mound. He signed in May of 2021 and spent his first pro campaign in the Dominican Summer League. He moved to the states in 2022 and opened eyes with his pitchability and dynamic changeup while helping lead his team to the Florida Complex League championship. Serna ranked as the third-best prospect in the FCL.

    Scouting Report: Serna works with a four-pitch mix headlined by an excellent changeup that could get to a true double-plus grade and was pegged by internal evaluators as the system's best. Serna's strength gains have led corresponding velocity boosts on his fastball. The pitch, which sat in the mid 80s when he signed, averaged around 91 mph and scraped 94 last season. Scouts also noticed that he did a good job driving the pitch in the lower parts of the strike zone. He finishes the mix with a pair of breaking balls--a high-spin curveball and a high-70s slider--that each flash average. He commands the mix exceptionally well, especially for someone his age, and projects to have plus control. The only thing that gives scouts pause is a longer, hooking arm action, but it has not presented an impediment thus far.

    The Future: Serna will move to Low-A next year. If he can continue adding strength, his combination of stuff and pitchability could lead to a midrotation future.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 55. Curveball: 50. Slider: 50. Changeup: 70. Control: 60

  13. 13. Roderick Arias | SS
    Roderick Arias
    Born: Sep 9, 2004
    Bats: B Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 178

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/Extreme

    Track Record: Arias was the jewel of the Yankees' 2021-22 international class and signed for $4 million, the second-highest bonus in the class behind only the Nationals' Cristian Vaquero. As an amateur, he was lauded for an enviable blend of tools and projectablity. Arias' pro debut was delayed by a minor thumb injury, but he showed hints of his talent throughout his time in the Dominican Summer League.

    Scouting Report: Arias' swings from both sides of the plate are quick and compact and he's shown solid ability to identify spin in both showcases and against live pitching. The rust showed a bit when Arias returned from the injured list on July 4, roughly a month into the DSL season, which some evaluators believe might have been a hair too early. The Yankees tailor their hitting department around the development of exit velocity, and he showed early signs of being able to hit the ball very hard. His average EV in a limited sample was 88.7 mph, which is outstanding for someone so young. Defensively, he's got the skills and actions to be an everyday shortstop but his railgun of an arm stands out. His elite arm strength allows him to make every throw both strong and accurate from every angle.

    The Future: After spending his first season in the DSL, Arias will move to the Florida Complex League in 2023. He has one of the highest ceilings in the system and will hope for better luck with health.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 50. Power: 60. Speed: 55. Fielding: 50. Arm: 80.

  14. 14. Brando Mayea | OF
    Brando Mayea
    Born: Sep 12, 2005
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 5'11" Wt.: 175

    BA Grade/Risk: 55/Extreme

    Track Record: Mayea was one of the most coveted players in the class and landed the lion's share of the Yankees' bonus pool for the period. He's got premium tools and skills across the board and fits right in with the system's typical array of high-end international talent.

    Scouting Report: Mayea should hit for both average and power and has already shown exit velocities up to 107 mph thanks to strength, a sound approach and solid plate coverage. He's an elite runner whose speed should serve him well both in the field and on the basepaths. Mayea is a former shortstop whose instincts have helped show range to both sides as well as in front and behind him in center field. He's got plus arm strength that will serve him well in center field or in a corner if he moves over as his body grows and adds strength.

    The Future: Mayea will spend his first full season in the Dominican Summer League, where he should be one of the most exciting players to follow when he makes his official pro debut.

    Scouting Grades: Hit: 55. Power: 50. Speed: 80. Fielding: 50. Arm: 60

  15. 15. Trey Sweeney | SS
    Trey Sweeney
    Born: Apr 24, 2000
    Bats: L Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'4" Wt.: 200
    Signed By: Steve Lemke.
    Minors: .240/.349/.413 | 16 HR | 31 SB | 433 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: In 2021, Sweeney was the Yankees' first-rounder out of Eastern Illinois, the same school that's produced big leaguers Tim Bogar, Kevin Seitzer, Randy Myers and Nick Maton. Sweeney spent his entire first season at Low-A Tampa, then moved to High-A Hudson Valley for most of the 2022 season. He reached Double-A for Somerset's run to the Eastern League championship.

    Scouting Report: Sweeney doesn't wow with any one tool, but he's decent enough across the board to carve out a big league career. He improved his command of the strike zone in the second half of the season and has begun hitting balls higher and with more authority. He posted solid exit velocity data as well, with an average of 86.2 mph and a whiff rate of just 24%. Scouts see a player who will eventually be power over hit because of excellent bat speed, solid bat speed and contact skills but with a lofted path geared toward trying to take balls out of the yard. Though the swing itself is fine, some evaluators worry about Sweeney's overall adjustability because of stiff hands and actions. Defensively, he's should move around among shortstop, second and third and handle just about any routine play, though he is unlikely to stand out at any spot. He's a fringe-average runner.

    The Future: After finishing the year in Double-A, Sweeney will return to the level in 2023. He's got a ceiling as an offensive-minded utilityman who sees a lot of playing time.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 45. Power: 50. Speed: 45. Fielding: 45. Arm: 50.

  16. 16. Elijah Dunham | OF
    Elijah Dunham
    Born: May 29, 1998
    Bats: L Throws: L
    Ht.: 6'0" Wt.: 213
    Signed By: Mike Gibbons/Mitch Colahan.
    Minors: .248/.348/.448 | 17 HR | 37 SB | 415 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: If not for the pandemic, Dunham might have gotten drafted in the first 10 rounds. Instead, the draft was shortened to five rounds and Dunham signed with the Yankees as a free agent after a standout career at Indiana. He split his first pro season between both Class A levels before spending all of 2022 helping Double-A Somerset to the Eastern League championship. After the season, Dunham headed to the Venezuelan Winter League.

    Scouting Report: Dunham was lauded for his combination of power and speed. That blend showed up in 2022, when he was one of just four Yankees minor leaguers to hit 15+ home runs and steal 35+ bases. Internal evaluators were pleased by improvements in Dunham's swing decisions and launch angle. He doesn't chase particularly often but his rate of in-zone swing and miss is a bit high at 20%. Because he is limited to a corner-outfield spot--he split 2022 between both right and left field--Dunham's power need to at least maintain its current level or take a step forward in order to profile at either spot. To that end, evaluators noticed that Dunham appeared stronger than a season ago, and he moved to a toe tap instead of a leg lift. He's an average defender with an average arm that would fit in either corner. He's a below-average runner who gets stolen bases because of his instincts.

    The Future: Dunham will move to Triple-A in 2023 and has a future as a role player on a championship club or a regular on a second-division team.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 40. Power: 50. Speed: 50. Fielding: 50. Arm: 50.

  17. 17. Engelth Urena | C
    Engelth Urena
    Born: Aug 17, 2004
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'0" Wt.: 196

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/Extreme

    Track Record: When the most recent international signing period opened, most of the ink around the Yankees' class went to infielder Roderick Arias, but the club is excited by Urena's potential as well. A broken hand limited Urena's season to just 11 games, but he still homered three times in 31 at-bats.

    Scouting Report: Urena showed his combination of power and strength immediately upon commencing his pro career by homering to the opposite field in his first official at-bat. The feat became more impressive after the game, when x-rays revealed he'd broken his hand on a foul ball behind the plate in the top of the first inning. The injury cost Urena two months, but he returned in time for 10 more games and two more home runs. The Yankees value Urena as one of the best potential hitters in their lower minors and believe he has a chance to hit for a mixture of average and power. Urena is new to catching, having converted from the outfield roughly two years before signing. He's an excellent athlete with an above-average arm but understandably has some catching up to do when it comes to receiving, blocking and the finer points of the positon.

    The Future: Urena's next step will likely be stateside in the Florida Complex League, where he'll work to achieve his ceiling as an offensive-minded everyday catcher.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 55. Power: 55. Speed: 40. Fielding: 40. Arm: 55.

  18. 18. Tyler Hardman | 3B
    Tyler Hardman
    Born: Jan 27, 1999
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'3" Wt.: 204
    Minors: .255/.320/.464 | 22 HR | 14 SB | 412 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: Hardman proved himself for four years at Oklahoma, where he hit 24 home runs over four years, including a dozen in his senior year. He bolstered his reputation as a power broker with eight more homers in the Cape Cod League with Brewster--where he was teammates with fellow Yankees prospect Carson Coleman. He's spent most of his first two pro seasons at Class A levels but reached Double-A Somerset late in 2022, in time for the team's run to the Eastern League championship.

    Scouting Report: Hardman's game is built around his power potential. He swatted a system-best 22 home runs in 2022 and is one of the best ball-strikers in the organization, with an average exit velocity of 91.4 mph and raw power that is nearly double-plus. His power would be amplified further by cutting down on his swing and miss rate, which showed up in a 30.6% strikeout rate. His 27% miss rate on pitches in the zone is also worrisome, and scouts have noticed he's particularly vulnerable to sliders. Hardman was a first baseman in college but the Yankees drafted as a third baseman, and he's proved to be an average defender with an average arm.

    The Future: After a successful stint in the Arizona Fall League, Hardman will return to Double-A to begin 2023. If he fixes his swing-and-miss issues, he'll have a chance at being a second-division regular at third base.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 40. Power: 55. Speed: 40. Fielding: 45. Arm: 50.

  19. 19. Richard Fitts | RHP
    Richard Fitts
    Born: Dec 17, 1999
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'3" Wt.: 215
    Minors: 7-8 | 3.70 ERA | 131 SO | 20 BB | 112 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: In the early portion of his draft year, Fitts looked spectacular. His fastball had jumped from the low 90s to the mid 90 and was peaking at 97. His slider was razor sharp, too, giving him the look of a future first-rounder. He dealt with a foot injury later in the year and his stuff took a bit of a tumble. The Yankees were encouraged by Fitts' highs to draft him in the sixth round. After resting post draft, he split his first pro year between both Class A levels.

    Scouting Report: Fitts' first foray into pro ball was a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde act. He struggled at Low-A, where a pitcher with a Southeastern Conference pedigree should thrive. He let up a 5.01 ERA and 13 home runs in 79 innings. The script flipped after a promotion to Hudson Valley, where he went 4-0, 0.55 with 38 strikeouts against just three walks. The improvement was due in large part to a delivery alteration that allowed him to keep his front side firm so he could better drive the ball down in the zone. The change also helped his velocity increase and made his slider sharper. His four-seamer sat around 93 mph, touched 96 and posted an excellent average spin rate of 2,439 rpms. Fitts backed the four-seamer with his typical nasty slider, which sat in the low 80s and peaked at 88 while flashing plus potential. He rounds out his arsenal with a high-80s changeup that could get to average with increased usage.

    The Future: Fitts could advance to Double-A in 2023, when he'll have to prove that the gains he made in Hudson Valley were sticky. If so, he could fit in the back of a rotation. If not, his fastball and slider would help in relief.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 55. Slider: 60. Changeup: 45. Control: 45

  20. 20. Anthony Hall | OF
    Anthony Hall
    Born: Feb 9, 2001
    Bats: L Throws: L
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 200
    Minors: .000/0/0 | 0 HR | 0 SB | 1 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: Hall was drafted by the Braves in the 35th round of the 2019 draft but chose to honor his commitment to Oregon. In three years with the Ducks, he showed a combination of power and contact--his strikeout rate was just 19%--as well as the athleticism to hold down center field while moving around to either corner spot and first base. Hall was set to transfer from Oregon after his junior season, but the Yankees called his name in the fourth round and signed him for $456,500. He doubled in his first and only professional at-bat before a wrist injury ended his season. He returned for the Yankees' fall mini camp.

    Scouting Report: After two uneven seasons with Oregon, Hall's approach was noticeably better in a stint on the Cape Cod League, and then again for his junior season with the Ducks. The changes translated into 1.042 OPS and 17 home runs in 60 games to go with a strikeout rate of just 16.6%. He does plenty of damage against fastballs, even at higher velocities, but needs to be better against breaking stuff. Hall is athletic enough to hold down center field, but his combination of average speed and an average arm would likely be better served in right field, where his power potential would allow him to profile nicely.

    The Future: Hall's pro debut was cut short, but he's got the pedigree to easily fit at High-A in 2023. He has the look of a solid but not spectacular everyday player.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 45. Power: 50. Speed: 50. Fielding: 50. Arm: 50.

  21. 21. Trystan Vrieling | RHP
    Trystan Vrieling
    Born: Oct 2, 2000
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'4" Wt.: 200

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: Gonzaga was a wellspring of draft talent in the summer of 2022. The Bulldogs had three players taken in the first 100 picks, including righthander Gabriel Hughes in the first round, outfielder Nick Morabito in the second supplemental round and Vrieling in the third round. Vrieling moved to the rotation full-time in 2022 and started strong before sputtering a bit in the second half. Yankees pitching guru Scott Lovekamp in particular was intrigued about what Vrieling could do under the guidance of the team's player development group, which believed the righthander's fastball was underutilized in college.

    Scouting Report: Vrieling works with a full, four-pitch complement headed by a fastball and curveball that could each be above-average. The former sat in the low 90s and touched 96, while the latter averaged around 80 mph. The backs that combo up with two potentially averages--a slider in the mid 80s and a changeup that comes in a few ticks hotter, around 87 mph. His control was a little scattershot in college and projects to be fringe-average as a pro. The Yankees believe some of Vrieling's season-ending downturn was due to fatigue, so they shut him down for the rest of the season after signing and had him do foundational work before an offseason of remote training.

    The Future: The Yankees have done an excellent job in recent years of getting the most out of their pitching prospects, and they hope Vrieling can extract a bit more ceiling under their tutelage.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 55. Curveball: 55. Slider: 50. Changeup: 50. Control: 45

  22. 22. Clayton Beeter | RHP
    Clayton Beeter
    Born: Oct 9, 1998
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'1" Wt.: 205
    Drafted/Signed: Texas Tech, 2020 (2nd round supplemental).
    Signed By: Clint Bowers.
    Minors: 0-3 | 4.56 ERA | 129 SO | 46 BB | 77 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: After having Tommy John surgery in high school, Beeter honored his commitment to Texas Tech and spending his first season as the Red Raiders' closer. He moved into a starting role in 2020 before the season was cancelled by the pandemic. The Dodgers selected him in the second supplemental round and signed him for $1,196,500. He spent his first pro season between High-A and Double-A. He returned to Double-A in 2022 before being traded to the Yankees for outfielder Joey Gallo.

    Scouting Report: Beeter's pitch mix centers around the kind of fastball-slider combination the Yankees covet. His fastball, which sat in the mid 90s and touched 98, features excellent riding life and above-average spin rates. His mid-80s slider got a whiff rate of around 56% and played well to both righties and lefties. He also has a changeup, but it is sparingly used and typically sits in the same velocity range as his slider and serves as another weapon for lefties. Scouts also note his delivery creates some deception while also sapping a bit of command and control, which is below-average.

    The Future: Though he's been a starter as a pro, he's likely to land in a reliever's role unless his changeup takes significant steps forward. He'll head to Triple-A in 2023.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 60. Changeup: 40. Control: 40

  23. 23. Jerson Alejandro | RHP
    Jerson Alejandro
    Born: Feb 23, 2006
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'6" Wt.: 255

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/Extreme

    Track Record: The Yankees evaluated Alejandro as one of the top international pitchers available for the signing period that opened on Jan. 15, 2023 and made sure to add him to their class. He caught their eye thanks to a combination of standout size and huge pure stuff with an ability to throw plenty of strikes for someone his age.

    Scouting Report: Alejandro already brings his fastball into the upper 90s and has peaked at 98 mph with impressive analytical characteristics. He pairs it with a knockout changeup. Alejandro currently throws a curveball that could be above-average, but the Yankees may decide to teach him the organization's signature, sweepier slider instead.

    The Future: Alejandro will spend his first pro season in the DSL, where he'll take the first steps toward tapping into what the Yankees believe is an extremely high ceiling.

    Scouting Grades:

  24. 24. Omar Gonzalez | RHP
    Omar Gonzalez
    Born: Jul 25, 2005
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'4" Wt.: 175

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/Extreme

    Track Record: Gonzalez was signed out of Panama on Jan. 15, 2022 after an excellent amateur career in Panama, and scout Carlos Levy tracked him throughout the process before the Yankees inked him for $135,000. He was 16 years old for each of his six appearances in the DSL, and he still dominated with 36 strikeouts against just nine walks in 20.1 innings. He was shut down with a bit of a dead arm in July.

    Scouting Report: Gonzalez has an excellent mix of size, projection and present stuff. His fastball sits in the low 90s and touched 93 with high spin rates and excellent spin efficiency. When he signed, Gonzalez featured a curveball but was in the process of switching to the Yankees' preferred, sweepier slider shape in the DSL. To do so, he dropped his arm slot a touch. He rounds out his mix with a high-70s changeup that internal evaluators believe could be above-average. He should have at least fringe-average control, but that forecast could improve with further strength gains and more time with his newer arm slots.

    The Future: After a short but sweet turn in the DSL, Gonzalez will likely move stateside in 2023 and pitch in the Florida Complex League. He has one of the higher upsides among the Yankees' lower level arms and could fit in the middle of a rotation if everything clicks.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 55. Changeup: 50. Control: 45

  25. 25. Angel Benitez | RHP
    Angel Benitez
    Born: Sep 10, 2003
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'7" Wt.: 204

    BA Grade/Risk: 50/Extreme

    Track Record: Benitez was signed on the strength of a tall, projectable frame that the Yankees believed had plenty of room for more strength and velocity. Those gains began happening as he got older, and New York signed him on July 16, 2021. He made his pro debut in 2022 in the Dominican Summer League but had Tommy John surgery after the season and will miss all of 2023.

    Scouting Report: At his best, Benitez shows a tantalizing mix of size and stuff. His fastball sat around 94 mph and bumped 97 with excellent cut and ride through the zone. He backed the fastball with a potentiall plus changeup that averaged around 89 mph and a sweepier slider in the mid 80s that flashed above-average. Benitez's pitch package was accentuated by a lower slot that created tricky angles and big-time extension from his long levers. He'd whiffed 24 in 17 innings before his elbow flared up in early July.

    The Future: In the winter of 2021, Yankees officials pointed out Benitez as a pitcher to watch. He showed hints of his upside in 2022 but will have to wait a year before getting back on the mound. If it all clicks, he might be worth the wait.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 55. Changeup: 60. Control: 50

  26. 26. Greg Weissert | RHP
    Greg Weissert
    Born: Feb 4, 1995
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 215
    Minors: 2-1 | 1.69 ERA | 70 SO | 19 BB | 48 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 40/Low

    Track Record: After being drafted out of Fordham in 2016, Weissert moved deliberately through the system and didn't reach the upper levels until his fourth season as a pro. He took a leap forward in 2021 and built on it in 2022, when he won the International League's Pitcher of the Year and made his big league debut. He was part of the team's roster in the American League Championship Series but did not get into a game.

    Scouting Report: Weissert's game is built predominantly around two pitches: a mid-90s sinker and a filthy sweeper slider in the low 80s that rates as the best in the system. The pitch mix fits the horizontal style of attack the Yankees prefer from their pitchers. He'll also mix in four-seamer in the same velo band as his two-seamer, as well as a low-90s cutter and mid-80s changeup, but the two-seamer and slider accounted for nearly three quarters of his pitches in the minor leagues. Both pitches could get to plus with upgraded control and command, which was needed after five walks in 11 big league innings.

    The Future: Weissert will get a long look at the big league bullpen come spring training. If he can throw more strikes, he can be a middle-innings reliever who sinks and slides his way into outs.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 60. Cutter: 40. Changeup: 30. Control: 40

  27. 27. Antonio Gomez | C
    Antonio Gomez
    Born: Nov 13, 2001
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 216
    Drafted/Signed: Venezuela, 2018.
    Signed By: Edgar Mateo/Raul Gonzalez.
    Minors: .252/.332/.369 | 8 HR | 1 SB | 325 AB

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: Gomez was signed in 2018, when he ranked as one of the top players in the class and yet other talented catcher who hailed from Venezuela. He ranked among the top players in the Florida Complex League in both 2019 and 2021. He spent most of the 2022 season with Low-A Tampa, where he showed flashes of his upside on both offense and defense.

    Scouting Report: Gomez's two calling cards revolve around his power, both in his bat and his throwing arm. Despite a middling line, scouts who saw Gomez this year in the Florida State League graded him as with potentially double-plus grades for his raw power and his throwing arm. The former translated into an excellent average exit velocity of 87 mph while the former led to a caught-stealing rate just north of 30% and pop times regularly below 1.9 seconds. He has plenty to improve with his overall hittability, and his in-zone miss rate of 27% is particularly concerning. Gomez is extremely athletic and shows good footwork behind the plate, but the quality of his framing and blocking varies between average and well below-average. He's a 30-grade runner on the 20-80 scouting scale.

    The Future: Gomez will move to High-A in 2023, when he'll try to continue to polish his rough edges and reach his ceiling of a well-rounded backup.

    Scouting Grades Hit: 40. Power: 50. Speed: 30. Fielding: 45. Arm: 70.

  28. 28. Yoendrys Gomez | RHP
    Yoendrys Gomez
    Born: Oct 15, 1999
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'3" Wt.: 175
    Drafted/Signed: Venezuela, 2016.
    Signed By: Alan Atacho.
    Minors: 1-0 | 2.49 ERA | 49 SO | 18 BB | 47 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 45/High

    Track Record: Gomez signed in 2016 and looked every bit of a projectable, high-upside pitcher. Things got off track in 2021, when a combination of Covid-19 and Tommy John surgery limited him to just 23.2 innings. He re-emerged in June 2022 and, after a couple of tuneups in the Florida Complex League, split his year between High-A and Double-A.

    Scouting Report: In 2022, Gomez looked a bit different than pre-surgery. His fastball backed up and now sits in the low 90s, and his slider wasn't as tight as its previous iteration. The Yankees believe Gomez's backsliding is rust-based and note that his delivery got longer and out of sync. As a result, he has been getting around his pitches instead of driving through them in his delivery. Once he tightens his mechanics, the velocity and life should bump a tick or two. In service of that goal, Gomez was invited to New York's instructional league camp after the season. Gomez's changeup, which sat around 89 mph, could stand to gain a bit of separation from his fastball. He has average control of his mix, and his strike percentage got better upon a move from Hudson Valley to Somerset.

    The Future: Gomez, who has a place on the 40-man roster, is likely to return to Double-A in 2023. If he can knock off some of the rust, he has a ceiling as a No. 5 starter or a bulk reliever.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 50. Slider: 55. Changeup: 40. Control: 50

  29. 29. Carson Coleman | RHP
    Carson Coleman
    Born: Apr 7, 1998
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 190
    Minors: 2-3 | 2.13 ERA | 95 SO | 19 BB | 64 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 40/High

    Track Record: Coleman was a late-round flier who pitched three years at Kentucky in a strictly relief role. He also pitched three seasons of summer ball, once in the Ripken League and twice for Brewster in the Cape Cod League, where he was teammates with fellow Yankees prospect Tyler Hardman for a season. Amateur scouting analyst Scott Benecke in particular was intrigued by Coleman's fastball. That has analysis has proved prescient as Coleman has dominated his way up the ladder. In his last outing of the season, Coleman spun a scoreless ninth inning to finish a championship-sealing no-hitter for Double-A Somerset.

    Scouting Report: As was the case in college, Coleman is a relief-only prospect. His fastball is the key to his arsenal. The pitch sat in the mid 90s and touched 97 with tremendous movement and spin rates that allowed it to get whiffs at a 35% clip and strikes at a rate of nearly 70%. Coleman backed the fastball with a shorter slider in the low 80s that could get to average with further improvement. He has a changeup in the high 80s as well, but it was a clear third pitch in the arsenal and was thrown very rarely. He throws strikes at a high rate as well, and did even better in that regard when he moved from High-A to Double-A.

    The Future: Coleman should move to Triple-A in 2023 and has a chance to make his big league debut at some point in the year. He's got a future as a middle-innings reliever.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 60. Slider: 50. Changeup: 30. Control: 60

  30. 30. Jhony Brito | RHP
    Jhony Brito
    Born: Feb 17, 1998
    Bats: R Throws: R
    Ht.: 6'2" Wt.: 160
    Minors: 11-4 | 2.96 ERA | 91 SO | 35 BB | 113 IP

    BA Grade/Risk: 40/High

    Track Record: Brito was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2015 but didn't reach the upper levels of the minor leagues until 2021, when he finished the year with eight starts at Double-A Somerset. He split his 2022 season between Double-A and Triple-A sandwiched around a bout of dead arm that landed him on the injured list for about a month.

    Scouting Report: Brito is considered the organization's most adept strike-thrower, and his pitch package has gotten deeper and better in recent years as well. He throws his changeup most often of his five pitches. It sits around 87 mph and peaks in the low 90s and scouts see it as a potential plus. The changeup serves as an effective complement to his array of mid-90s two- and four-seam fastballs and his low-90s cutter, which was introduced as another option for lefthanders. Brito's biggest wart is his need for a consistent breaking ball. The version this year was a gyro slider added during the season that sits around 80-82 mph and fits better with a delivery that was tweaked to help him drive through the ball more often.

    The Future: Brito was added to the Yankees' 40-man roster after the season and fits best as bulk reliever. He should make his big league debut at some point in 2023.

    Scouting Grades Fastball: 50. Cutter: 45. Slider: 40. Changeup: 60. Control: 60

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