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Minor league notes: Injuries, assignments and standouts

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Mar 24, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Now that I’m over at Steinbrenner Field all the time, I really don’t get to spend much time at the Yankees minor league complex. But I like it over there. It’s very structured for the players — they have to be a very specific places to do very specific things at very specific times — but for everyone else, there’s a kind of relaxed looseness about it. A game on one field, live batting practice on another, a few guys taking ground balls on another. Today I literally watched the major-league No. 3 starter pitch against a 17-year-old kid. Total mismatch for sure, but still fascinating in its own way.

I realize minor league notes aren’t for everyone, but today’s an off day in big league camp, so here’s a bunch of stuff I learned over at the minor league complex. Most of this comes from vice president of baseball operations, Mark Newman. Unless specifically noted, none of this is speculation. It’s all stuff I was told by a Yankees official today.

INJURY UPDATES

Ronnier Mustelier· Wondering about last year’s spring favorite Ronnier Mustelier? He didn’t get an invitation to big league camp, and he couldn’t have played even if he had been invited. Musterlier has a hamstring injury and hasn’t played this spring. Newman said Mustelier hurt himself while playing winter ball in Mexico, but that wasn’t necessarily the reason Mustelier wasn’t invited to big league camp. “I’m not sure which came first,” Newman said. Interestingly, Mustelier played a whopping 55 games in Mexico and then actually went to the Dominican Republic to play seven games for Licey in the playoffs.

· Eased into games because of that sort right wrist, outfield prospect Tyler Austin played in a simulated game this morning and expects to play in a full game tomorrow. He’s been hitting and fielding, including time as both a right fielder and a third baseman. Austin said he expects to primarily play right field this year, but the Yankees want him to get some time at third again for the added versatility.

· Center fielder Slade Heathcott still has not played in a game this spring. He’s been eased into activity because of last year’s knee surgery. Heathcott said when he was in big league camp that he did not expect to be active on Opening Day, but he expects to be activated soon after. “He’s getting closer,” Newman said. “He’s taking full BP. He’s running. He’s getting there.”

BirdRamirez· Still coming back from that oblique injury, right-handed pitcher Jose Ramirez is playing catch but isn’t pitching in games. The Yankees have decided to move Ramirez full-time to the bullpen in an effort to keep him healthy. One evaluator compared him to Fernando Rodney because of his fastball/changeup combination. The Yankees think Ramirez could be extremely effective and move quickly as a reliever.

· Last year’s Kevin Lawn Player of the Year, Greg Bird, will not be healthy enough to open the season. Bird was playing earlier this spring, but he’s currently shut down with a lower back issue. Doesn’t sound too serious, but it’s serious enough that Bird probably won’t break camp. “I don’t see any way he will,” Newman said.

· First-round pick from 2012, Ty Hensley, is not pitching because of hernia surgery. Newman said he expects Hensley to be throwing again in roughly three or four weeks.

· Shut down in big league camp because of some tightness in his arm, Nik Turley is still not pitching in minor league camp. No word on how much longer he’ll be out.

· Not a huge-name prospect, but one who seems to have some believers, utility man Anderson Feliz is not playing this spring because of strained flexor muscle in his elbow. Feliz also had an elbow issue last year. “This is different,” Newman said. “He had elbow surgery last year.”

OPENING DAY ASSIGNMENTS

Bryan Mitchell· Although he was technically optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, right-hander Bryan Mitchell was the starting pitcher for Double-A Trenton this morning. Newman said the plan is for Mitchell to go back to Double-A this season. Played only three games there last year.

· Today’s High-A Tampa lineup had last year’s top pick Eric Jagielo batting third and playing designated hitter while 2011 first-rounder Dante Bichette Jr. hit cleanup and playing third base. I can’t imagine that will be the regular setup during the regular season — I would guess that Jagielo is the priority at third, though no one has told me that — but Newman said it is likely that both Jagielo and Bichette will open with Tampa this season. Those are two fairly significantly investments for one position on one team.

· A first-round pick out of high school last season, Ian Clarkin has looked “really good” according to Newman. The plan is to get Clarkin to Charleston at some point, but he might initially stay behind for extended spring training. “We just need to build up his innings total a little bit,” Newman said.

· The Yankees were talking about having Aaron Judge open the season in High-A Tampa, but it now sounds like he could instead begin his pro career in Low-A Charleston. “He hasn’t played a (regular season) game yet,” Newman said. “We’ll figure it out later this week.” Opening his first full season in Charleston would not be unusual, even for a guy drafted out of college. The idea of pushing Judge to Tampa was pretty aggressive. Newman indicated that the possibility of keeping Judge in Charleston is not an injury issue. “Judge is ready to rock and roll,” Newman said.

· Today’s starting shortstop for Low-A Charleston was Tyler Wade, last year’s fourth-round pick out of high school who played well in rookie ball with a few at-bats in Staten Island. But Wade might not be with Charleston when the season opens. Newman said it looks like Abiatal Avelino — arguably the system’s top shortstop prospect — will be the Charleston shortstop this season. Wade would then stay behind so that he can keep playing the position regularly before eventually going to Staten Island as the everyday shortstop. “We’ve got to figure it out,” Newman said. “They’re both at the same level. One of them is going to play in Charleston and one of them is going to be in (Staten Island). We haven’t figured that out yet.”

· If the Yankees choose to keep all four of Michael Pineda, David Phelps, Adam Warren and Vidal Nuno on the big league roster, Newman said the minor league system will have absolutely no trouble filling the Triple-A rotation. Bruce Billings was the Triple-A starter today, and Chase Whitley will be their starter tomorrow. My guess is that Shane Greene could also factor in that mix after impressing in big league camp. Eventually guys like Turley and Manny Banuelos could be there as well. “We’ve got more pitching there,” Newman said. “We’ve got a lot.”

SPRING STANDOUTS

Gary Sanchez, Antoan Richardson· Asked who stands out in minor league camp so far, Newman’s first words were: “Angelo Gumbs has played really well.” The second baseman for the Tampa squad has battled a series of injury problems, but Newman has always spoken very highly of Gumbs. The Yankees like his athleticism. He can do a little bit of everything when he’s healthy.

· Another standout from Newman: “Gary Sanchez has been great,” he said. “I thought he did well with the big club. I think he’s made a leap forward.” I believe Sanchez took his only at-bats in a simulated game today. He wasn’t in either of the other games.

· The final player Newman singled out as a spring standout was Low-A catcher Luis Torrens. He’s the 17-year-old I mentioned who was facing off against Nova. The kid had two hits! Granted, he struck out flailing at a breaking ball in his third at-bat, but Torrens shouldn’t have stood a chance again against a guy at Nova’s level. Pretty impressive. “This kid Luis Torrens looks like a stud,” Newman said.

· Noticed a smaller guy pitching well in the Class-A intrasquad game. Senior pitching instructor Nardi Contreras said it was Chad Taylor, a non-drafted free agent who was both a pitcher and a hitter at the University of South Florida. Contreras said Taylor had “opened some eyes” this spring with a fastball that gets up to 94 mph.

· While I was talking to Contreras, he pointed to the end of the bench where a big guy was sitting and talking to some teammates. Contreras told me to remember the name Rony Bautista, who’s been nicknamed “CC” around the complex. He’s a big lefty with a slider, changeup and mid-90s fastball. Apparently he’s looked good this spring.

· Not really a standout, but a guy I’d never heard of until today is RJ Johnson, the big guy who was playing first base — and, honestly, playing it pretty poorly — for the Low-A squad this morning. Why playing it poorly? Turns out, Johnson used to be a pitcher in the Brewers system and he hasn’t appeared in a professional game since 2010. The Yankees are giving him a look as a hitter, recognizing that it’s going to be a work in progress for a while. I’ve heard he’s actually been hitting the ball pretty well this spring. “Just going to see what happens,” Newman said. “It’s kind of a trial.” I saw Johnson field a couple of routine grounders, and I never saw him miss a throw to first base, but he did blow his assignment on a ground ball to the right side, and he totally missed a pop up. The guy looks like a hitter, though. Big dude. Listed at 6-foot-5.

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112 Responses to “Minor league notes: Injuries, assignments and standouts”

  1. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    Newman should have been reading want ads long ago.

  2. austinmac March 24th, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Great stuff Chad. I feel sorry for Hensley with hernia surgery following his hip surgery. One must wonder how this is going to turn out.

    With a healthy gumbo, Refsnyder and Katoh, they have some pretty good 2B candidates. They need one of the young SS prospects to step up or Culver to hit.

  3. CountryClub March 24th, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    · First-round pick from 2012, Ty Hensley, is not pitching because of hernia surgery. Newman said he expects Hensley to be throwing again in roughly three or four weeks.

    ———-

    Come on…….

  4. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 24th, 2014 at 6:13 pm

    MTU – so here’s what happened. Major duh for me. I put bbb51 in the chart as bbb1. He may have thought there was somebody else there posting as bbb1 – so he gave me a second guess!

    bbb51 wherever you are!

    I’m sorry but I have you listed twice, once as giving a prediction of 96, another time as 97. My fault not yours. Please tell me which you’d like.

    Sorry, and thanks.

    :)

  5. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    No biggie Trisha.

    I just wanted to point it out.

  6. Hankflorida March 24th, 2014 at 6:19 pm

    Repost:
    blake says:
    March 24, 2014 at 5:38 pm
    2013 Ellsbury is about what to expect on average from him IMO…..a good but not great player that can play great at times. He was overpaid by about 50 million dollars……but it is what it is now. We can hope the MVP candidate Ellsbury shows up some during the 7 years

    You are so right as Ellsbury is not the 2011 but more like last years player; if we would have paid $50,000 less, this extra money spent on him could have brought another power outfielder to play with him instead of signing Gardner who does not fit with him.Based on the fact, we have Johnson and Roberts in the infield another power bat in the outfield is a must because when you lose a Cano and A-Rod, you do not play two table setters in the outfield. Am I wrong to persue this line of thought?

  7. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    Thanks for all the great updates, Chad. A shame about Felix and the slow start for Hensley. RE: Felix; is he healed from the hip surgery? And who is referring to him as a “utility IF”? The guy has tools if he could only stay healthy. And Bryan Mitchell would never have been jumping to AAA this soon, so predictable isn’t it. Those ST groups don’t mean much. I think Mitchell will play opening game in Trenton…

    “I realize minor league notes aren’t for everyone, but today’s an off day in big league camp, so here’s a bunch of stuff I learned over at the minor league complex.”

    And Chad, don’t feed the haters; it is okay to hug openly. ;)

  8. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:26 pm

    Hi MTU, how is the pup faring?

  9. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 6:28 pm

    YF-

    He is doing OK. Just trying to get that last 10 or so percent.

    Thank you for asking.

    How are things in your world ?

  10. PhiltheThrill March 24th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    Rony Bautista must be getting up there prospect age wise.

  11. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    austin, I think someone will; we have a lot of elite SS prospects at lower levels. Let’s hope they all continue to progress this season. I’ve been waiting a couple of years to see Avelino. But each in his own way has some nice upside. Hopefully, Culver continues to hit at Tampa in the larger sample size.

  12. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:36 pm

    Rony’s 22. Another big guy who has to stay mechanically in sync. Still love the upside and that he is a lefty. I hope he is in Charleston when they come to NY metro. I’d love to get a look at him and Severino, among others.

  13. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    MTU, is he getting stronger? I know he is a trooper. I hope everyone else in your world is doing well.

    I can’t complain. Just trying to get past this debilitating winter and get my life in better sync/get important things done before live baseball comes crashing in with all its delights and demands.

  14. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 6:46 pm

    Not a huge-name prospect, but one who seems to have some believers, utility man Anderson Feliz is not playing this spring because of strained flexor muscle in his elbow. Feliz also had an elbow issue last year. “This is different,” Newman said. “He had elbow surgery last year.”
    ///

    Wow. Heartbreak Kid. No wonder no one wanted to discuss him – he didn’t just have hip surgery, he also had elbow surgery!

    Well, Hank, there goes my system “Cano” comp (in quotes because no one’s going to be that good again; it’s just his effortlessness and style that are reminiscent, and he has some similar tools).

    Chad, he’d be a huge-name prospect if he could ever stay on the field. Thanks for the update, disheartening though it is. Been trying to get info on Feliz forever. Very sad. Such great potential :(

    Good to hear Gumbs though is picking it up. Lot of talent there, too.

  15. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    PhiltheThrill March 24th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    Rony Bautista must be getting up there prospect age wise.
    ///

    How old is he? 22? I know he is supposed to have a vicious arsenal but trouble with control, but he’s like 6’7. Being a lefty, he’ll get more rope I expect.

  16. BD (Boston Dave) March 24th, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    Nothing wrong with having an Ellsbury and Gardner OF. Speed and defense is just as important as a Nick Swisher type guy.

    Agreed Ellsbury was vastly overpaid but the idea that they need HR hitter after HR hitter isn’t true. I look forward to generating runs with some speed.

    The less guys trying to hit it out every AB the better.

  17. Spudz March 24th, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    Trisha,

    Put me down for 93 Wins please.

    Thanks

  18. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    YF-

    Yes. In most ways he is a normal little guy.

    Mixed bag on the 2nd part.

    Again, thanks for asking.

    You must be very tired of the near relentless cold.

    Should change soon. Has to.

    :)

  19. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    And to talk of crushing news, Jo-Ram to bullpen is not welcome info. Teale has been saying for years that insiders see him as a BP guy because of stamina and “confidence” issues.

  20. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:55 pm

    “This is different,” Newman said. “He had elbow surgery last year.”

    Wait; RE: Feliz. I know he had hip surgery last season When was the elbow surgery unless he means the previous season? Man, we have been hit with the injury bug big time.

    The cold has been something else this winter. It’ll be interesting to see how bad it will be at these April games, especially with the wind blowing. Upstairs in terrace at NYS will be a challenge, but I’d rather be sitting there than at home.

    MTU, hang in there; as always, I continue to keep you/your family in my thoughts and prayers.

  21. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 6:57 pm

    YF-

    Much appreciated.

    You’re a real sweetheart.

    ;)

  22. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    RE: JRam. Yep. That slider was getting pretty decent too. At this point though, let’s just hope he can stay healthy. It’s tough watching these guys put in all the sweat and blood, and then get hurt again.

    Doreen, if you are reading, you said you were going to some SWB games among others. Fill me in, please.

  23. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:02 pm

    yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:55 pm

    “This is different,” Newman said. “He had elbow surgery last year.”

    Wait; RE: Feliz. I know he had hip surgery last season When was the elbow surgery unless he means the previous season? Man, we have been hit with the injury bug big time.
    ////

    If the timeline were off on Feliz, that might provide some solace. When will he ever be healthy?? He’s running out of development clock.

  24. sigiqaped March 24th, 2014 at 7:04 pm

    Is anyone allowed to join your contest trisha?

  25. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:04 pm

    Yeah, Chad, you are so on the ‘spects, really really appreciate the info.

  26. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    C R 9 A L E R T

  27. MTU March 24th, 2014 at 7:11 pm

    Later gang.

    Have fun.

  28. bigdan22 March 24th, 2014 at 7:11 pm

    More good health news from the farm:

    –I think we’ll find out any day now that Slade Heathcott and Ty Hensley are brothers. I mean really, how many surgeries can you have before you take the field? That will probably set Hensley back at least half a season. And for Slade, we still don’t know what kind of “minor” knee surgery takes at least five months to recover from and results in “good and bad days.”

    –Probably the most disappointing thing here is Bird with a lower back. That’s not the kind of injury that just goes away especially if you make a living as a professional athlete. Have to keep an eye on that. And he’s probably the best hitting prospect in the system. Or was.

    –So what’s the over/under on Austin this time? Two months before he’s laid up again?

    –I didn’t buy both Judge and Jagielo in Tampa when that was reported a few weeks ago. That’s a tough jump even for Jagielo and Judge hasn’t even played a game yet. Tough hitter’s league.

    –Turley doesn’t sound good at all. Wonder if he even competes this season.

    –Wonder if Flores will start in Scranton. Didn’t think there was a chance of that before ST but he looked so good and with Heathcott down there might be room for him there.

  29. pete2 March 24th, 2014 at 7:12 pm

    I am a little bit bummed that its basically confirmed Tanaka is scheduled to miss the Red Sox twice in April. He is their best pitcher in my mind and those are important series even if it is April. CC gets the Red Sox twice and the Red Sox have owned him of late with a 5.7 ERA the past 3 years over 12 starts.

  30. Chad Jennings March 24th, 2014 at 7:14 pm

    yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 6:55 pm e

    “This is different,” Newman said. “He had elbow surgery last year.”

    Wait; RE: Feliz. I know he had hip surgery last season When was the elbow surgery unless he means the previous season? Man, we have been hit with the injury bug big time.

    Just listened back to my tape just to make sure I hadn’t misheard or mistyped. Newman definitely said it was elbow surgery last year, in fact he stressed it in making his point that this elbow issue isn’t the same as what Feliz had last season.

    That said, there’s a solid chance Newman simply misspoke or got his years mixed up. I believe Feliz had an elbow issue in 2012 and last year was a hip injury.

  31. pete2 March 24th, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    ” BD (Boston Dave) March 24th, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    Nothing wrong with having an Ellsbury and Gardner OF. Speed and defense is just as important as a Nick Swisher type guy.

    Agreed Ellsbury was vastly overpaid but the idea that they need HR hitter after HR hitter isn’t true. I look forward to generating runs with some speed.

    The less guys trying to hit it out every AB the better.”
    =========================

    I think you have to construct a team around your park. Certainly with Yankees LF you need someone with speed and good defense, and in CF as well.

    However, the park is one which gives up a lot of HR’s to RF. You don’t want to be out homered by the opposition at home, so you really need to have some LH power. McCann and Beltran should provide some HR power to RF, and Johnson as well. Not sure what Tex will do from the left side with that wrist, but on paper he should deliver some HR power. I think they have enough.

    If Ellsbury can come close to what he did in 2011 power-wise that would be icing on the cake. Have not seen anything thus far that suggests it will happen.

  32. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 7:29 pm

    Chad, thanks so much for reviewing the tape. You are so conscientious! I knew about the hip surgery (through a contact before it became public,) but had heard nothing about the elbow, so was just curious. The previous year would perhaps make more sense. If Feliz also had elbow surgery in the same year as the hip, that would be a lot of healing to expect from one body in the 2013 off season… but the Yanks are generally so hush hush about the injuries… Thanks again for being so diligent.

  33. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    Thanks for the kind words, MTU. Take care.

  34. Hankflorida March 24th, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    I think you have to construct a team around your park. Certainly with Yankees LF you need someone with speed and good defense, and in CF as well.

    Pete, I agree with having a speed guy in center, but when you lose Cano and A-Rod and replace them with Johnson and Roberts, you have to have at least two power outfielders who are a fit for the Stadium. Last year Ichiro and Gardner and this year Ells and Gardener does not make sense. Ed Barrow bought The Babe and made the dimensions of the right field for a reason and not for Punch and Judy outfielders as he had enough of the those hitters when the Yankees were the Highlanders.

  35. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    With over 500 AA ABs and his hitting ability, Flores is certainly ready for AAA, but it depends on what the “AAAA” types they carry at SWB and what they do with Zoilo. Someone has to play CF with Heathcott out and Mason in AA, but not sure who that will be. Neither of Flores and Zoological are true CFs, but maybe they play there until Heathcott is ready. Mason still needs to stay in AA for a while.

  36. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    That is assuming Zoo doesn’t make the team/Ichi gets traded to open up a spot for Zoo.

  37. CountryClub March 24th, 2014 at 7:44 pm

    Since Chad mentioned him….

    “Bichette looks like he might be turning the corner this spring. While still rotational, everything in his swing has been simplified, and his good natural power hasn’t been depleted. His swing is now rock, identify pitch, and roll. Short and quick, don’t ask questions, just hit the ball. Previously, he was doing too much: It used to be huge rock, never identify pitch, enormous Javier Baez-type leg lift, front shoulder bails, hands drop and then roll. This new approach should definitely help Bichette and might allow him to recapture the prospect status he once had, assuming his issues with off-speed stuff stemmed from his swing rather than his approach. At third, he isn’t very good, his hands lack softness and he really doesn’t have any fluidity. He might make strides there at some point, but if not the arm is good enough for right field.”

    http://www.baseballprospectus......leid=23087

  38. David in Cal March 24th, 2014 at 7:44 pm

    Somehow I expect a surprising trade before opening day. Just a gut feeling.

  39. CountryClub March 24th, 2014 at 7:46 pm

    Regardless of how Bichette looks, Jagielo shouldn’t be losing reps to him.

  40. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    CC,

    I read that report on Bichette too.

    When I saw him (first and only time, down in Lakewood) he was so unbalanced, he actually fell down from swinging. The guy they were facing that day, too, was basically serving up BP pitches over the plate.

    It would be great if he could revive his status and make 3B a three-horse race. There’s also Kevin Duran, but I don’t know what’s up with him lately.

  41. blake March 24th, 2014 at 7:48 pm

    .” Am I wrong to persue this line of thought?”

    Not IMO no

  42. champ809 March 24th, 2014 at 7:48 pm

    Yankfem

    Adonis Garcia can play CF until Slade is ready to go. Flores in LF, Adonis in CF and Zoilo in RF is pretty good for Scranton I think. Wish they could bring Melky Mesa back

  43. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    Haven’t seen them live, but Andujar is the guy I’m most excited about. Sounds like an Alex-ish :)

  44. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:51 pm

    champ,

    I’d rather have Ravel Santana back! Mesa great glove/arm/batspeed, zero contact :(

  45. CountryClub March 24th, 2014 at 7:54 pm

    It would be great if he could revive his status and make 3B a three-horse race. There’s also Kevin Duran, but I don’t know what’s up with him lately.

    ————

    Yeah, for the first time in a while, they have a bunch of legit infield prospects. Unfortunately, most of them are real young. But better young than none…..

  46. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    CC, they’re young, true but some can move fast. Hey – Gary Sanchez has played 3B and has the arm for it, too. If they have doubts about his catching, there’s always that possiblity, too. Murphy has also played there. Austin, they think of as not good enough defensively there.

    It’s a dang shame about Feliz, to speak of IF. He would have been in Trenton this year, had he just had the gift of good health.

  47. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    champ, you’re right, Garcia would be in the mix I suppose(he’s relegated to my “AAAA pool”; I wasn’t impressed by him, but haven’t seen him play except for a few games/and or just haven’t paid attention to him). However, I don’t see him as much of a CF either… It was fun watching Mesa phenomenal fielding in Trenton, but he just can’t hit CBs. Alas.

  48. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:01 pm

    Good health is part of it… imagine if Brad Suttle had stayed healthy if you want to recall once existing 3B upside and bad health luck… Blame our current 3B woes on him. ;)

  49. champ809 March 24th, 2014 at 8:01 pm

    JAP

    You and I share the same fondness for many of the same pups on the farm. I too was a fan of Ravel Santana and have been really high on both Andujar and Feliz for some years now. What I sincerely hope the Yanks do this year is stack the Scranton roster with young, deserving kids that offer some legit upside and not the AAAA org filler type guys…

    C- JR Murphy/Romine
    1B-Corbin Joseph/Kyle Roller
    2B- Jose Pirela/Dean Anna
    SS- Yangervis Solarte/
    3B- Zealous Wheeler/Dean Anna
    LF- Ramon Flores
    CF- Adonis Garcia
    RF- Zoilo
    UTIL- Musty

  50. champ809 March 24th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    my #B sleeper is Rob Segedin who is not Brooks Robinson over there but I think he can play there and be league average glove-wise. What he can do is hit. I think his powers coming on and his hit tool in real advanced.

    He was flying at the beginning of last season before he went down with and injury for the season. Kid has hit since junior high and was an excellent hitter at Tulane.

  51. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    CC, you mean Matt Duran? Also wonder if Tamarez will have a bounce-back year and probably lacks the pop for 3B even though they moved him there last season… As for Bichette saw those same Lakewood games way back when and he was a mechanical wreck. Then he supposedly tweak his swing, but than went back to the mechanical wreckage approach. It would be nice to see him in sync; dude has some power, I will say that. Pruf, ditto on Andujar. I’m primed to see him this year, and will drive far and wide to do so.

  52. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Segedin’s D is pretty bad at 3B as far as I have observed, but has a nice bat. Maybe read he has improved… Hope so. Not sure he’ll give you the traditional 3B pop though.

  53. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:10 pm

    champ, they’ll go org filler/AAAA mostly at AAA; it’s for utility depth/replacement level types for a quick call-up. The better talent is mostly at AA.

  54. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    Yeah, for the first time in a while, they have a bunch of legit infield prospects. Unfortunately, most of them are real young. But better young than none…..
    ____
    QFT. With the exception of Cito who I have seen at two levels, I feel like I have been reading about and waiting to see this group play live for a long time. Think some of them have the potential to be very good. #excited

  55. pete2 March 24th, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    ” Hankflorida March 24th, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    “Pete, I agree with having a speed guy in center, but when you lose Cano and A-Rod and replace them with Johnson and Roberts, you have to have at least two power outfielders who are a fit for the Stadium. Last year Ichiro and Gardner and this year Ells and Gardener does not make sense. Ed Barrow bought The Babe and made the dimensions of the right field for a reason and not for Punch and Judy outfielders as he had enough of the those hitters when the Yankees were the Highlanders.”

    Hank what free agents would you have like to see signed to fill the power vacuum. Early in the offseason I thought they could go after Cruz for RF but he priced himself out of consideration and I am not sure Beltran will not outhit him in YS3.

    There really was not much available in the OF for power. Maybe they could have worked out a deal for Kemp, who was supposedly on the market, but not sure what they had to offer him, and he is starting the season on the DL list

    Maybe they could have kept Soriano in LF, moved Gardner to CF, and signed Drew (3B/SS) and Morales (DH). Drew once hit 21 HR for Arizona and would hit more in YS3. Johnson who has some HR power goes to 2B (more HR power than Roberts). Morales also has good HR power. Defensively they would be a bit weaker in the OF although Ichiro could be a late inning defensive replacement for Soriano

  56. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:13 pm

    David in Cal March 24th, 2014 at 7:44 pm
    Somehow I expect a surprising trade before opening day. Just a gut feeling.
    ___
    I thought this last season, and waited and waited and waiting… This year we may have more of a shot at something happening, but then again, we probably will see first what we can get away with… Does Youk and Hafner ring a bell?

  57. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    waited and waited and waited*…

  58. Doreen March 24th, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Hi Yankeefeminista -

    I have nothing specific planned for SWB; I haven’t taken a look at their schedule yet. But my sister is moving to the area, so now there is an “excuse” to make the trip. :)

    At this point it looks like I am definitely making the trip to Lakewood for the early game. I still have to nail down the Trenton games and see what conflicts I may have. The horrible winter weather has changed my daughter’s schedule somewhat.

    You mention Melky Mesa. I never rooted for a guy so hard – he was such a joy to watch in the field, I always prayed he would finally find something to turn it around at the plate. Oh, and Brad Suttle – I remember our Tampa friend always talked about him glowingly.

    Because of the proximity of the AAA and AA clubs, Yankees fans are treated to seeing the young players in the system. I know full well that a meager percentage of guys in any team’s system will make it in the major leagues, but it was somehow easier when these guys were in Columbus and other places that weren’t so accessible. Once you see guys up close and personal, it’s not so much an attachment, but an affiliation and familiarity that makes you root for the special ones to get their shot – with the Yankees (though there is also a pride if they get to the majors with any team). It also makes you very much aware of just how long the process is from drafting to maturation (if that happens at all).

  59. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:18 pm

    Pete, I agree with having a speed guy in center, but when you lose Cano and A-Rod and replace them with Johnson and Roberts, you have to have at least two power outfielders who are a fit for the Stadium.
    ///

    Hank,

    It’s mind boggling when you think that Alex and Cano are just gone from the infield and lineup. Granted, Alex hasn’t really been Alex for a few years now, but that Alex we got during that brief comeback would be a huge upgrade, especially during his power surge.

    I think fans have been so beaten down by the Dumpster Diving mentality, and that the GM-fanboy playing WAR games has been so consumed with constructing “value” rosters, with that ubiquitous fan almost taking up Hal’s hue and cry for a leaner payroll as almost an end in itself; a little financial “World Series” in and of itself, rather than as a means to being able to carry more talent; which is now dropped for convenience when Ellsbury’s contract is rationalised as a good whereas, the turning away from Cano demands, is sanctioned as sound judgment.

    The game on the field is almost secondary for some, and ballpark consideration is roundly ignored by many.

  60. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    CC, you mean Matt Duran?
    ///

    That was my bad: Matt Duran, it is. Saw him once, in SI. He made solid contact and showed some athleticism at 3B, on a day when the infield was horrific, IIRC. Custodio was a horror show.

  61. champ809 March 24th, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    Yankfem

    I know that generally that’s what they would do but this year the Yanks have A # of guys that are AAA ready like Flores,Slade,Pirela and JR Murphy and others like Anna, Solarte,Zoilo and the like who could be on the major league roster if there were space enough.

    If you look at that list tell me who you think won’t be in Scranton at the start of the season. Add Scott Sizemore to that list as well playing 3B.

  62. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    champ809 March 24th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    my #B sleeper is Rob Segedin who is not Brooks Robinson over there but I think he can play there and be league average glove-wise. What he can do is hit. I think his powers coming on and his hit tool in real advanced.

    He was flying at the beginning of last season before he went down with and injury for the season. Kid has hit since junior high and was an excellent hitter at Tulane.
    ///

    Segedin’s power got sapped, can’t remember the injury he had but it deleted his bat. He wasn’t a good fielder at 3B; somewhat better than Rob Lyerly, but then, so are you and I ;) ; the Trenton infield has basically been awful for a few years, now. Maybe Cito makes it here next year; the short stop is always an adventure – Betances, Jo-Ram, Manny would get these groundballs to get out of trouble, but the infield would give away outs like candy, and they’d eventually come out and get the starter, whose chance to hang around would get absorbed in extra pitches he’d have to throw. I think Segedin was moved to the OF for a while, and was not great there, either. He can hit though, you are quite right on that.

  63. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    I too was a fan of Ravel Santana and have been really high on both Andujar and Feliz for some years now. What I sincerely hope the Yanks do this year is stack the Scranton roster with young, deserving kids that offer some legit upside and not the AAAA org filler type guys…

    ///

    Champ,

    I am with you all the way. Trenton is generally so much more interesting than SWB because of the higher “filler” quotient in AAA; certainly true of pitching as well as position guys.

    Damn, Feliz is killin’ me! Have you gotten to see him live? So unfair that he’s that gifted and cannot stay on the field. I have to say – he’s the most exciting Yankee position prospect, all things considered, I have ever seen. Really, don’t want to take the Cano comparison too far, but he just glides in that way… nowhere near as smooth as Robi – I don’t think I’ve ever seen a player quite like Cano, really, or will ever see such a player again – but Feliz is a guy whose game just stays with you after you walk out; the kind of player, if you’re just casually there at the park, of whom you say, ‘hey – do you have a program? Who is that guy on 2B?’

    And Andujar and Avelino I can’t wait to get to see. Is Ravel in Houston? I forgot who claimed him. Who knows if he’ll ever be the same. When I finally got to see him, he was just coming off the injury and it was OD at Staten Island, so I never got to see what I had read so much about.

  64. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:37 pm

    Doreen, good for you RE: SWB. I usually see them at Lehigh Valley, but I should take a run up there at some point. Short season too isn’t a bad drive. I have to make an effort to go to more SI games this year. And agree, we are definitely blessed as Yankee fans to have these prospects so nearby. And I think it is affiliation and familiarity but also attachment with certain ones, just like Yankee fans have favorite MLB players. We do have our favorites, even ones that we might not think will make it. Watching prospects though, you watch differently than you watch MLB games. A lot of the time for me it is not primarily about winning or losing, but following the trajectory, watching the ups and downs of young players trying to become viable pros with a shot at making the majors. You are very conscious of how baseball is a game of failure, not just in terms of ABs %-wise, but in making it to the Show. Ditto awareness of the minutes and hours and years these young players put in, trying to improve and all the heartbreak as well as triumphs. You see a pitcher working on a CU or making an adjustment, and it is fun to observe when a player finally gets something right, when hitting a breaking ball finally clicks or a player goes oppo in a big game (like Sanchez’s Trenton playoff AB where he was fooled on a breaking ball, but then shortened up and went oppo, driving in a much needed run (pay heed, Teix!) And you feel proud of him. Ditto watching someone like JR who was a major detriment behind the plate when I first saw him in Lakewood. Couldn’t block a ball to save his life. I felt so proud of him when he came to Trenton and continued to progress. Ditto Mason now that he is so grown up. And Betances, of course. It’s just a different way of watching baseball. I love the majors and I love the minors, mostly because I love watching everything about baseball, but they are so different. It’s been a fun ride watching the minors. I can’t believe the MiLB season starts in 10 days… We should hook up at a game at some point.

  65. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 24th, 2014 at 8:39 pm

    “Is anyone allowed to join your contest trisha?”

    Absolutely. It is open to all posters. The only caveat is that the company that sends out the chocolate no longer will send to PO Boxes, so winners have to be willing to give their home address (speaking off which, I haven’t see bruceb around in a long time! I hope he’s okay.)

    The winners receive 5 Ritter Sports Bars each and the person who guesses the right number of games the earliest (that’s why there are dates next to the names) gets double prize!

    :)

    If you are interested, please put my name in the post so that I’m sure to see it. Also, you have until Ys Opening day, first pitch, to get it in.

    I will be posting the updated prediction list daily until then.

  66. UnKnown March 24th, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    “What are you even talking about with the Marlins or the Royals? They don’t have anywhere near the amount of fans of other storied franchises for completely obvious reasons.”

    Jerkface – C’mon now. Did you count all the Royals and Marlins fans in the world to know that? :lol: :lol:

    Shame – The way you talk about fans and tickets you’re making it seem like you had a rough childhood or something? :wink:

    Welp I got my laughter in for the day. Later All!

  67. UnKnown March 24th, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    JAP great posts BTW.

  68. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 24th, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    blake – please make sure to tell me what your prediction is before the season officially begins. Also feel free to wait until then.

  69. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    Sad about Ravel. So toolsy. I hope he can regain some of his form. He really had taken a hit in the running department when I saw him, and it was early but his swing had a ton of holes. Then again, he had lost a lot of time. Not sure where he is at now. I’m definitely also very excited about Avelino and Andujar. Also a bunch of the pitchers including Severino and want to see where DePaula is now at (pitching is always my favorite thing to watch, the part of choosing games that I set my schedule around). Just hoping everyone can stay relatively healthy…

    Champ, I think your lineup’s pretty accurate. But it is hard to say who will go; however, I don’t think it serves Romine and JR to split duties at C at that level. Something has to give there.

  70. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    Feliz is very smooth. Robi another species…

    Ah, prospects. Sure missing GB7′s input right about now.

    Chad, anyone else at camp in the Nova game today who caught your eye?

  71. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:51 pm

    A lot of the time for me it is not primarily about winning or losing, but following the trajectory, watching the ups and downs of young players trying to become viable pros with a shot at making the majors. You are very conscious of how baseball is a game of failure, not just in terms of ABs %-wise, but in making it to the Show. Ditto awareness of the minutes and hours and years these young players put in, trying to improve and all the heartbreak as well as triumphs. You see a pitcher working on a CU or making an adjustment, and it is fun to observe when a player finally gets something right, when hitting a breaking ball finally clicks or a player goes oppo in a big game (like Sanchez’s Trenton playoff AB where he was fooled on a breaking ball, but then shortened up and went oppo, driving in a much needed run (pay heed, Teix!) And you feel proud of him.
    ///

    Yankeefem – This is exactly how it is following these kids; ditto Doreen’s post. It’s why I will stay up until 1 a.m. watching Montero try to learn 1B in Tacoma; why I comb the internet to find out if Christian Garcia is finally healthy and pitching; why if, Betances were to get dealt and wind up starting, I’d be bummed out, but OTOH, I would find myself saying “Good for you, Deal.” It’s why the news on Jo-Ram is gloomy; why I’ll hope for Hughes and Joba to fulfill their potential; it’s also why, other than being convinced he has the highest ceiling, I root a little harder for Nova, who is one of ours from, as Champ says, a “pup.” OTOH, guys that aren’t good enough, you don’t really invest in, don’t get that jones for.

  72. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:53 pm

    UNKNOWN!!!

    Get back here! :)

    Want to give you props for the great contribution you make to inner city kids in the Twin Cities’ version of RBI.

    You’re a great baseball fan and a great Yankee fan. I look forward to sharing some IGT time with you this year, and let’s keep our fingers crossed that Alex comes back healthy and strong.

  73. bbb51 March 24th, 2014 at 8:54 pm

    · While I was talking to Contreras, he pointed to the end of the bench where a big guy was sitting and talking to some teammates. Contreras told me to remember the name Rony Bautista, who’s been nicknamed “CC” around the complex. He’s a big lefty with a slider, changeup and mid-90s fastball. Apparently he’s looked good this spring.

    So that’s where CC went!

  74. UpState March 24th, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    Tommy Kahnle (Rule 5 guy the Rockies took from us):

    Would we take Ryan Wheeler (3B) in a trade for Kahnle…if they wanted to keep Kahnle in their MiLB system?

    Rockies have Arenado at 3B, so they dont need Wheeler.

  75. bbb51 March 24th, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    trisha – true pinstriped blue March 24th, 2014 at 6:13 pm
    MTU – so here’s what happened. Major duh for me. I put bbb51 in the chart as bbb1. He may have thought there was somebody else there posting as bbb1 – so he gave me a second guess!

    bbb51 wherever you are!

    I’m sorry but I have you listed twice, once as giving a prediction of 96, another time as 97. My fault not yours. Please tell me which you’d like.

    Sorry, and thanks.

    :)

    Yeah, I just figured you would spot your typo. I requested a change to 97.

  76. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:56 pm

    yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    Feliz is very smooth. Robi another species…
    ///

    Well said. He is indeed.

  77. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Wouldn’t mind having Kahnle back.

  78. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 9:00 pm

    Pruf, yep. Doreen gets it. GB got it also. Hi, Unknown!

    CC will happily divest Bautista of his velocity. Bautista is another one I want to see. I love big pitchers even though they are projects. Sit a few rows back at Trenton and watch their pitches be on you in a flash. Scary stuff just have to repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

    Speaking of Montero, just fluked into this from someone who was at today’s Tacoma game. If you are not interested, please scroll by:

    “Jesus Montero is really stinging the ball this spring, I was told. He had a pair of RBI singles today, and he used the whole field. It’s a big year for Montero in more ways than one: he had a very, very pregnant wife sitting in the bleacher.”

  79. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 9:01 pm

    Kahnle has been thriving last I looked. I fear we won’t get him back, but we do have a plethora of bullpen options… Can any of those dudes play IF? ;)

  80. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    “I requested a change to 97.”

    I read this quickly and thought it was about velo. I am in.

    ___
    Repeat question from earlier. Any Chicago Yankee fans in the house? Anyone know how far away the 400 section at Wrigley is from the field? Equivalent to what at NYS or OYS? Thanks.

  81. Hankflorida March 24th, 2014 at 9:07 pm

    Maybe they could have kept Soriano in LF, moved Gardner to CF, and signed Drew (3B/SS) and Morales (DH). Drew once hit 21 HR for Arizona and would hit more in YS3. Johnson who has some HR power goes to 2B (more HR power than Roberts). Morales also has good HR power. Defensively they would be a bit weaker in the OF although Ichiro could be a late inning defensive replacement for Soriano

    Pete, you are thinking with a plan in mind that takes into account the loss of pop in the infield and does not perpetuate a power outage in the outfield. I keep hoping the 2011 Ellsbury comes back and he performs like Rickey Henderson because of what we are paying him.

  82. bbb51 March 24th, 2014 at 9:08 pm

    “Jesus Montero is really stinging the ball this spring, I was told. He had a pair of RBI singles today, and he used the whole field. It’s a big year for Montero in more ways than one: he had a very, very pregnant wife sitting in the bleacher.”

    Awww, he grew a sympathy belly. :p

  83. yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    jmills, Mike Wilner ?@Wilnerness590 1h
    #Bluejays reveal that Jose Reyes’ MRI showed a mild strain of the left hamstring. He’s day to day. #Jays #Exhale

  84. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    Speaking of Montero, just fluked into this from someone who was at today’s Tacoma game. If you are not interested, please scroll by:

    “Jesus Montero is really stinging the ball this spring, I was told. He had a pair of RBI singles today, and he used the whole field. It’s a big year for Montero in more ways than one: he had a very, very pregnant wife sitting in the bleacher.”
    ///

    YF,

    There’s a blake joke in there somewhere, that Montero has been eating for two.

    He had a .900 OPS in ST before being sent down. Maybe all the stress is now alleviated, trying to prove himself behind the plate and he can now just stick his glove out at first, and focus on mashing.

  85. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    yankeefeminista March 24th, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    jmills, Mike Wilner ?@Wilnerness590 1h
    #Bluejays reveal that Jose Reyes’ MRI showed a mild strain of the left hamstring. He’s day to day. #Jays #Exhale
    ///

    I think jmills might be in for some disappointment this year at the top of the order and at SS.

  86. chicken_stanley March 24th, 2014 at 9:15 pm

    YF – I found the following link FWIW… it doesn’t answer your question directly but gives pros and cons of different sections in the park… I found several other sites that gave positive reviews for the 400 section (supposedly, the pitch of the steps are steeper than most stadiums and the 400 sections put you right over the field). Hope this is helpful

    http://chiblogo.wordpress.com/.....the-house/

  87. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 9:17 pm

    Hiya Fred, when are you crashing jmills’ place? :)

  88. chicken_stanley March 24th, 2014 at 9:19 pm

    Greetings JAP! Looks like the first week of June… looking forward to the trip!

  89. blake March 24th, 2014 at 9:20 pm

    “There’s a blake joke in there somewhere, that Montero has been eating for two”

    The Mariners hitting coach told Montero to imagine the ball was a double bacon cheeseburger …..it’s worked wonders and really helped his pitch recognition :) seriously I hope he hits and makes it back…..1B is probably the best spot for him so maybe he can focus on hitting and not worry about having to try to catch anymore.

  90. chicken_stanley March 24th, 2014 at 9:23 pm

    new thread —–>

  91. J. Alfred Prufrock March 24th, 2014 at 9:25 pm

    chicken_stanley March 24th, 2014 at 9:19 pm

    Greetings JAP! Looks like the first week of June… looking forward to the trip!
    ///

    You’ll have to dish on everything – including Gladys’ surveillance of mills’ backyard. :) Cruising in the prelude, going to see the Jays – you’ll have a blast! And um, about that Willie Randolph card….

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