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Opportunity of the World Baseball Classic

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Feb 22, 2013 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

In a little more than a week, six Yankees will leave big league camp to play in the World Baseball Classic (a seventh, Pat Venditte, isn’t in big league camp at all). That means opportunities for other players to get additional at-bats and innings.

1B Mark Teixeira
Team USA
Opportunity for Dan Johnson, who has two things to prove this spring. Teixeira being gone won’t help him prove anything at third base, but it should open a few more at-bats for him to prove he can hit. The ability to play third could be key to Johnson making the roster, but his primary impact comes from his bat. And Johnson is a career .235/.337/.413 hitter against right-handers, so there’s something to prove there. Luke Murton and Kyle Roller could also get some additional playing time, but it’s Johnson who has the most to gain in the short term. 

2B Robinson Cano
Team Dominican Republic
Opportunity for Corban Joseph, who had a breakout season last year and could fit on the Yankees big league roster. He’s a left-handed hitter who plays second and third, which means he could provide a late-inning pinch hitter for the Yankees catchers, while also letting Eduardo Nunez backup at shortstop without having to play any other position. Joseph has played less than a full season in Triple-A, though, so earning the Yankees trust this spring could open a door either out of camp or in the middle of the season.

SS Gil Velazquez and Walter Ibarra
Team Mexico
Opportunity for Addison Maruszak, who’s trying to build some momentum after a strong Double-A season. Eduardo Nunez and Jayson Nix were going to get plenty of playing time with or without Velazquez and Ibarra, but when the players leave for the WBC there will be only two other healthy shortstops – Maruszak and Cito Culver (and maybe Jose Pirela) – in big league camp. Culver is a defensive specialist who’s nowhere near the big league radar, but Maruszak could be a Triple-A regular. Making an impression on the big league staff could make a difference for him.

LHP Juan Cedeno
Team Dominican Republic
Opportunity for Francisco Rondon, who has a spot on the 40-man but hasn’t made any sort of impression on the big league staff. Cedeno pitched pretty well last spring and last season in Triple-A, but while he’s away, a few more innings should go to Rondon and Josh Spence. Spence has been to the big leagues, so he comes in with some benefit of the doubt. Rondon has more to prove, and he’s going to need innings to do that.

OF Melky Mesa
Team Dominican Republic
Opportunity for Adonis Garcia, who’s a right-handed center fielder, already 27 years old, with 118 pretty good Double-A at-bats on his resume. There are plenty of other right-handed outfielders in camp, but where Mesa stands out is in his ability to play center. That’s where his at-bats were almost certainly going to come (guys like Thomas Neal, Matt Diaz, Juan Rivera and Ronnier Mustelier will get their time in the corners). Without Mesa, some of that extra center field playing time should go to Garcia, who’s old enough that he could advance quickly if he performs.

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57 Responses to “Opportunity of the World Baseball Classic”

  1. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 8:12 am

    Re: Nunez. Mike Ashmore, who has covered Trenton for FOREVER, tweeted in response to that scout about Nunez, that they did IN FACT work with Nunez at ONE Position, as he put it, “Every. Single. Day.” I trust someone who is at every Trenton game a bit more than some random scout.

  2. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:12 am

    Joel Sherman ?@Joelsherman1
    Column http://bit.ly/XPJmPb #Yankees think Gardner is impact player and moved him to center stage as proof

  3. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:14 am

    I think it’s funny when “scouts” from anonymous teams critique the Yankees…..love to know how many times said “scout’s” team has made the playoffs in the last 15 years……the Yanks aren’t perfect and they have made mistakes…..but come on….who has put more points on the boards in the last 2 decades?

  4. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 8:18 am

    blake, I’ll tell ya. I am so tempted to try and follow another “random” team as intensely as I follow the Yankees just to track all the minutae, or actually, to see if all the minutae is actually even reported for other teams.

  5. austinmac February 22nd, 2013 at 8:18 am

    I think the team needs to show confidence in Nunez. He fielded well at AAA a couple years ago. I suspect he is looking over his shoulder when he plays.

  6. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 8:18 am

    Continuing –

    But I daresay, who has the energy to do that????

  7. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 8:23 am

    austinmac,

    Looking over his shoulder at what? I would think putting him in the field is showing confidence. The rest is up to him. Until a player is established, there’s always someone looking to fill his shoes. I like Nunez – like his energy, like his bat, like his presence on the basepaths. He shows flashes in the field, and I think the Yankees showed immense confidence when they thought he could be that super-ute guy.

    He’s not going to get Jeter’s job, unless Jeter can’t play anymore. And the Yankees do not have a ready alternative at short. I’m not sure he needs to look over his shoulder. Some people just freeze up when it’s their turn.

  8. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:27 am

    Doreen,
    Obviously I don’t follow every team like I do the Yankees…..but I watch a lot of baseball and I follow the Braves pretty closely and believe me…..the stuff that bugs us as Yankee fans is there with every team and in most cases its much worse……I can’t imagine trying to watch the Mariners offense…..or the Royals pitching staff etc on a daily basis……as Yankee fans we are in fact spoiled to some degree…..but at the same time that doesn’t mean we should hold the club to the standard we want to see when they can afford it IMO.

  9. austinmac February 22nd, 2013 at 8:29 am

    Doreen,

    I don’t criticize the team for it’s handling of Nunez. I think, however, they need to tell him he is on the team, have confidence in his ability and not to worry if he makes an error. My experience tells me if the thought of an error crosses your mind as the ball is coming, forget fielding it.

    He won the AAA version of the gold glove in 2010 or 2011(can’t remember which) so he has the ability. They need to help him relax. He, like the rest of us, is human.

  10. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:32 am

    I think there are some real mechanical issues that Nunez has that I’m not sure more playing time would actually fix……I’m not sure he’d ever be a great defender at SS.

    That said…..I do think he gets nervous because he knows that his playing time depends on him playing well…..I’ve been there and I know what it’s like to play tight knowing that your job is on the line….and I also know how liberating it can be to be able to play knowing that you’ll be in the lineup every day no matter what and how much easier it is to play that way.

    The problem the Yankees have and probably will always have is trying to balance growing players vs winning…..how much growing pains can they accept? Most teams can just throw players out there and let them struggle…..and in the long run they benefit from it because the player improves…..that’s much harder to do with the Yanks but I suspect they’ll have to start doing it some if they are serious about their budget…..they are gonna have to throw Austin or Heathcott etc out there at some point and just let them learn.

  11. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:34 am

    “Looking over his shoulder at what? I would think putting him in the field is showing confidence.”

    at everyone watching and judging him….Nunie knows that if he makes an error it’s gonna be plastered all over blogs everywhere and that his future is tied to him not making them. Some guys like Jeter are so confident in themselves that it wouldn’t phase them at all……not everyone is built that way.

  12. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 8:35 am

    some guys play better when their job is constantly on the line…..it motivates them……other guys need that stability and assurance that they aren’t gonna be benched if they screw up to maximize their performance.

  13. butterball February 22nd, 2013 at 8:40 am

    As someone on dial-up (yeah, sure, go ahead and laugh) I’d like to vote for more pictures and fewer videos. They don’t load and even if they did I wouldn’t watch them. If I wanted to watch people moving about I’d buy a television.

  14. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 8:48 am

    blake, austinmac -

    Okay, in that sense, you both make sense. But it’s internal, within Nunez. He’s the one who has to relax. Besides putting him in the field, what else can the Yankees do? Facing reporters in NY is a must; he shouldn’t read blogs, newspapers or twitter, but what can you do about that?

    If he’s not costing them ballgames, I suppose they could keep running him out there, even if it’s an error a day. But there’s a point at which, I’m sure, they just can’t do it. I think you have to think about pitchers, who think they’re out of an inning and then have to face another batter (which I believe some pitchers can handle, and others have mentally ended the inning already and have a tough time with the next hitter), and at the very least, use more pitches.

    Maybe a sports psychologist???

  15. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:01 am

    I totally agree with Chad. The best thing about the WBC if you’re a prospect is that you have a chance to play more than you normally would for the big league coaches.

    My hope was that Melky Mesa would be able to show enough to be the fourth OF, and I still hope that’s the case, in which case Garcia getting lots of at bats could push himself to AAA.

  16. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 9:03 am

    honestly I just think it’s how guys are built and I’m not sure there is a whole lot that can be done about it……I’m speculating on Nunez and his mindset of course.

    I think the best thing the Yanks could do is just define a role for him and let him know that he’s going to play…..that they are looking at the big picture and that him making an error isn’t going to change the plan….they have probably already had conversations with him trying to let him know that the world won’t end if he messes up….but he has to believe it and relax in his own time I guess.

  17. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:10 am

    Has Nunez ever been a good fielder at SS? I’m honestly asking because I don’t know. I know there’s some flash in the bat, but not nearly enough to make up for the brutal glove that I’ve seen. Derek’s going to be here for another two years, meaning if Nunez is a SS then he’s not going to get a sniff of being a ML regular until he’s nearly 28. In that time can’t you develop another option who can hit and field? They could sign Diaz who is 23 and have him break in at 25. They could deal Nunez for a ss prospect who is in A ball and try to develop that kid to replace Derek. In the mean time, what you want out of your back up infielders is defensive versatility since they’ll have to play multiple spots. Guys like Nix, Ronny Cedeno or the like don’t have the stick potential or upside of a Nunez, but they are sure handed at multiple spots. That’s who I want on my bench rather than a guy who can hit a bit but can’t field.

  18. Tackelberry February 22nd, 2013 at 9:16 am

    I’ve heard at least 3 people compare Ramon Flores to Bobby Abreu, in that he just looks like a natural, smart hitter. Butch Wynegar was the latest, Can’t wait ti see him hit.

  19. austinmac February 22nd, 2013 at 9:23 am

    I think Flores could be a sleeper. I think his best tool is my favorite. Hitting.

  20. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Chip -

    Nunez had one year where it looked like he finally put it all together, fielding wise, at the minor league level. I think the Yankees probably thought he’d jumped a hurdle and was ready.

    It does seem to be more a throwing issue than a field one most of the time; and it does seem to occur on the easier looking plays than the more difficult looking ones.

    I know that season before last he worked on his defense at Cano’s place in the DR over the winter. He tries. He works. Something just doesn’t click for him, I guess.

    ***
    I liked getting to see all the minor leaguers play during the last WBC; it’s the only thing I like about the WBC. :)

  21. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 9:26 am

    “I think Flores could be a sleeper. I think his best tool is my favorite. Hitting.”

    it’s everyone’s favorite tool….and by far the most important. Flores seems to have some warts with regards to position….and perhaps speed and power for the positions he can play…..but if he can hit that that trumps all and it’ll give him value.

  22. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:27 am

    Doreen -

    Thanks. I don’t have any question about how hard the guy is trying, but it just seems like he’s not a guy who can play infield. And even if he can, it’s not at the level that Derek does and he’s going to be nearing arbitration by the time he gets a shot to compete for a full time spot so I’m not sure it’s the best use of resources to keep him languishing around in this role.

  23. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:28 am

    I’m just happy that the comparisons are to Abreu as a hitter and not a fielder.

  24. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 9:28 am

    I love the concept of the WBC but it’s just really hard for me to get excited about it when so many of the best players won’t play…..

    as I’ve said before I think they should consider making it a showcase event for prospects and just cut the big leaguers out of it entirely.

    Let Dylan Bundy and Wil Myers represent the USA and have the event in place of the AFL every 4 years or whatever…..or in addition to the fall league.

  25. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Blake,

    I’m the complete opposite. I want more major leaguers to participate in the WBC. Let the prospects and fringe prospects get spring training to showcase themselves to the major league coaching staff and scouts, guys who don’t get to see them play in Trenton or Scranton

  26. trisha - true pinstriped blue February 22nd, 2013 at 9:32 am

    OT – Oscar Pistorius was granted bail. I wasn’t there when the shooting happend, but I still find it so hard to believe that it was anything but an accident.

  27. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 9:34 am

    “I’m the complete opposite. I want more major leaguers to participate in the WBC”

    well sure…..but they aren’t ever going to because 1)there isn’t a good time to play the event 2) risk of injury.

    In theory I’d love it for all the good big leaguers from every country to play and then have a real event to decide who was best……but that’s unrealistic and is never going to happen.

    So instead of some halfway attempt at that I say just make it a showcase and eliminate the risk for the big leaguers all together and promote the future of the game.

  28. Ys Guy February 22nd, 2013 at 9:35 am

    ive been saying all winter what sherman wrote today about gardner.

    he leaves camp as the CF and leadoff hitter and becomes a star.

  29. Doreen February 22nd, 2013 at 9:36 am

    Ys Guy -

    That would be fantastic. But I worry about his propensity for jamming his fingers and slamming his body around. :(

  30. Tackelberry February 22nd, 2013 at 9:37 am

    Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:28 am
    I’m just happy that the comparisons are to Abreu as a hitter and not a fielder.

    __________________________________________________

    Abreu wasn’t a bad fielder. He was average. The biggest knock on him was his fear of the outfield wall. Sometimes caused him to miss balls he probably should have caught

  31. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:37 am

    blake February 22nd, 2013 at 9:34 am

    “I’m the complete opposite. I want more major leaguers to participate in the WBC”

    well sure…..but they aren’t ever going to because 1)there isn’t a good time to play the event 2) risk of injury.

    In theory I’d love it for all the good big leaguers from every country to play and then have a real event to decide who was best……but that’s unrealistic and is never going to happen.

    So instead of some halfway attempt at that I say just make it a showcase and eliminate the risk for the big leaguers all together and promote the future of the game.
    ————————-

    Yeah but even if MLB set that rule – other countries wouldn’t be bound by it. So you’ll have Wil Myers and Slade Heathcott taking on professionals from Japan and Cuba et al…

    I guess given the choices I would leave it as is.

  32. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:38 am

    The Yankee leadoff hitter will be either Ichiro or Jeter to open the season.

  33. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 9:39 am

    Maybe a sports psychologist???
    ———————-

    Doreen. Good morning.

    It worked for John Smoltz and turned his pitching career around.

    Unfortunately for Nunez, he didn’t get much playing time at SS when sent down to the minors last season to focus on one position, because he quickly became injured.

  34. Tackelberry February 22nd, 2013 at 9:43 am

    Jeter should leadoff and Ichiro 2nd. Jeter in the 2 hole is risky because of his tendency to hit into DPs. Unless Ichiro plans to run everytime he gets on, I’d rather see Jeter leadoff

  35. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 9:44 am

    The Yankee leadoff hitter will be either Ichiro or Jeter to open the season.
    ———————

    Probably. However if the Yankees want to try and get the opposing team’s starter out of the game due to high pitch count, Gardner, especially vs a righty works the count better than the others and batting 1st, rather than 9th, would help.

  36. pat February 22nd, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Good read from a good writer

    craigcalcaterra
    Here’s @JPosnanski’s first NBC column. It’s not a Best Shape of His Life thing, sadly. http://www.nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/50877666

  37. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:50 am

    Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 9:44 am

    The Yankee leadoff hitter will be either Ichiro or Jeter to open the season.
    ———————

    Probably. However if the Yankees want to try and get the opposing team’s starter out of the game due to high pitch count, Gardner, especially vs a righty works the count better than the others and batting 1st, rather than 9th, would help.
    ———————

    Yeah but after the first inning it doesn’t much matter and having them go Gardner, Jeter, Ichiro when the lineup turns over could lead to a lot of fun.

    my guess on the lineup is:

    Jeter
    Ichiro
    Tex
    Cano
    Youk
    Pronk
    Granderson
    Romine
    Gardner

  38. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 9:50 am

    Adonis Garcia-

    Wasn’t he signed after Hal and Cashman mistakingly showed no interest in Cespedes?

    Also,how do you explain this, if it was indeed true, that ARod was never caught with a positive test? Timing? Masking agents for testosterone?

    From NY Post:

    “The Miami News Times earlier this month uncovered documents from Miami anti-aging clinic Biogenesis that allege Rodriguez purchased PEDs.”

    “The facility is under investigation by Major League Baseball and law enforcement. Published records from Biogenesis indicate Rodriguez allegedly purchased drugs from clinic owner Anthony Bosch each of the past four years. ESPN has reported that Bosch personally injected the drugs into Rodriguez.”

  39. Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:54 am

    Trader -

    Yes he was, but Garcia signed for a minor league contract whereas Cespedes got a multi-million dollar contract.

  40. Tackelberry February 22nd, 2013 at 9:54 am

    Garcia was signed for a mere 400K, but from what I read, had quite a season in winter ball this year. Curuious to see if he carries that over into ST. Also anxious to see Musteiller hit. Much rather see him in a spot than have to trade for a guy like Soriano

  41. PacoDooley February 22nd, 2013 at 9:56 am

    Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:50 am
    Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 9:44 am

    The Yankee leadoff hitter will be either Ichiro or Jeter to open the season.
    ———————

    Probably. However if the Yankees want to try and get the opposing team’s starter out of the game due to high pitch count, Gardner, especially vs a righty works the count better than the others and batting 1st, rather than 9th, would help.
    ———————

    Yeah but after the first inning it doesn’t much matter and having them go Gardner, Jeter, Ichiro when the lineup turns over could lead to a lot of fun.

    my guess on the lineup is:

    Jeter
    Ichiro
    Tex
    Cano
    Youk
    Pronk
    Granderson
    Romine
    Gardner
    ———————————-

    I would have thought that an early season strategy would be to put Jeter lower down to give him fewer ABs and less running while he continues to get over the broken ankle. Leadoff would maximize ABs and put him in more of a position to be running.

  42. PacoDooley February 22nd, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Tackelberry February 22nd, 2013 at 9:37 am
    Chip February 22nd, 2013 at 9:28 am
    I’m just happy that the comparisons are to Abreu as a hitter and not a fielder.

    __________________________________________________

    Abreu wasn’t a bad fielder. He was average. The biggest knock on him was his fear of the outfield wall. Sometimes caused him to miss balls he probably should have caught
    —————————————–

    Heathcott could use some of that fear of the wall attitude – a little more of a healthy fear of injury could have put him in line for an appearance at the Big League level this season. Not sure that it is worth having a guy tear up his shoulder to get an extra few outs over an entire season…

  43. austinmac February 22nd, 2013 at 10:01 am

    I understand not wanting to have prospects come up and principally sit on the bench, but guys like Joseph, Mustelier, Garcia and Adams are not young and the team needs to try to see if they can play in the bigs. I would prefer them to the Johnsons of the world who have never shown the ability to succeed.

  44. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Rich-

    Good morning. If you are still around, I found the USA Today Sports Weekly issue dated July 25-3-, 2012 entitled “Shifting Tactics Helping Redefine Infield Defense”

    We were talking about Granderson. Baseball Info Solutions has studied, the last two seasons and found that shifts take roughly 20 points off the batting averages of players who face them most often, 40 points if you are measuring only how often ground balls turn into hits.

    At the time of the article they determined Granderson had one hit from his 23 ground balls against the shift so far in 2012, compared with 15-for-64 on grounders without the shift.

    David Ortiz made adjustments after losing about 40 hits a year to defensive shifts.

    Tampa Bay is the leader in shifts, using it 40% more than runner-up, the Orioles.

    I still contend, since all teams should use the shift against Granderson that he will need to make adjustments if he wants to raise his batting average.

  45. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 10:15 am

    “Yeah but even if MLB set that rule – other countries wouldn’t be bound by it. So you’ll have Wil Myers and Slade Heathcott taking on professionals from Japan and Cuba et al…”

    not really….only for players who are MLB members.

  46. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 10:16 am

    From It’s About the Money, a few minutes ago-”Top 30 Prospects 2013″

    No. 10:

    10. Ramon Flores (OF):
    Flores had a slow start to 2012 but turned things around rather quickly. His exceptional plate discipline and ability to use the whole field were truly on display in Tampa, as he started to add a little more power to his game. At just 20, Flores has always appeared to have a more advanced approach at the plate for someone his age. Over the year, he hit .302/.370/.420 in Tampa and played one game in Trenton, going 2-5 with a homer. Flores is a smart baserunner, if not particularly speedy, so he can swipe his share of bases during the course of a season. He also continues to improve defensively and is starting to turn into a solid all-around player. Look for him in Trenton this season.

    Link to all 30:

    http://itsaboutthemoney.net/ar.....ects-2013/

  47. pat February 22nd, 2013 at 10:17 am

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  48. Yankee Trader February 22nd, 2013 at 10:26 am

    Blake-

    Which outfield prospect might the Yankees bring up should one of the outfielders get injured mid-season and are out for an extended period?

  49. DONNYBROOK February 22nd, 2013 at 10:26 am

    - FRIDAY OBSERVATIONS IN YANKEE BIZARRO LAND -

    (1) Dan Johnson will be 34 yrs old in August. There is NO mystery about what he can and can NOT do at this juncture in his baseball career. That stuff above is pure malarkey.

    (2) I like Gardner, but if he really is all that and a bag of Cheetos as Cashman is now extolling, is he doing batting 9th in the Yankee order the last several seasons? Another heavy dab of malarkey being expensed here.

    (3) People been talkin’ about shifting Gardner and Granderson since Grandy got lost in CF vs Detroit last Oct. OLD NEWS

    (4) Had some Fantasy owner offer me Matt Moore for Berkman straight up. Nope. Berkman gonna do just like Vlad Guerro did there in Texas and in that batting order.

    (5) Utley and Brian Roberts look to be absolute steals in the upcoming Fantasy season. Your welcome.

  50. blake February 22nd, 2013 at 10:30 am

    “Which outfield prospect might the Yankees bring up should one of the outfielders get injured mid-season and are out for an extended period?”

    no clue….I guess it depends on who goes down and when it happens and how guys like Heathcott and Austin are doing and what they need. If they are ripping up AA and they think they need the offense then maybe one of them….if not then maybe Mesa or somebody like that

  51. 86w183 February 22nd, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Can Jay-Z or Timberlake catch?

    Versus RHP I’d be tempted to use Gardner, Jeter, Ichiro at the top of the lineup. Follow them up with Cano, Teixiera, Youkilis, Granderson, Hafner and the catcher, whoever he is.

    Versus LHP I like Jeter, Ichiro, Tex, Cano, Youkilis, Granderson,Nunez, Catcher and Gardner.

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    OT – Oscar Pistorius was granted bail. I wasn’t there when the shooting happend, but I still find it so hard to believe that it was anything but an accident.

    ———————————

    His story doesn’t add up though

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