A few notes from the final minor league report of the offseason, courtesy of the Yankees:
• Juan Miranda batted .273 (12-for-44) with 10 runs and two doubles in 14 playoff games with the Tigres Del Licey of the Dominican Winter League, ranking second among all DWL postseason hitters in on-base percentage (.411). He finished the regular season batting .409 (18-for-44) with 5 doubles, 2 home runs and 11 RBI in 13 games.
• Ramiro Pena appeared in 11 playoff games with the Tomateros de Culiacan of the Mexican Winter League, batting .400 (12-for-30) with 1HR and 4 RBI. During postseason play, he ranked first in the league in batting average and on-base percentage (.500). He hit .247 (21-for-85) with three doubles and 4 RBI in 26 regular season games with Culiacan.
• Reegie Corona played in 14 postseason games with the Navegantes del Magallanes of the Venezuelan Winter League, batting .291 (16-for-55) with three doubles and 7 RBI. He hit .317 (44-for-139) with 17 doubles, 2HR and 18 RBI in 44 regular season games with the team.
One other thing that jumped off the page is the activity – or lack thereof – of Jesus Montero. It appears that Montero didn’t play in any more games since the last minor-league update, meaning that he only played in nine regular-season games and one playoff game as he recovers from a hand injury that ended his season in Trenton.