This week we are looking at Major League players who never played for the Yankees, but who, at one time or another, served as a Yankee coach.Read More
I thought let's try something a bit different. I am going to list five big questions that the Yankees have right now. In the comments, I hope to hear what you think the outcomes will be and why.Read More
The Yankees are getting close to being a complete team. The potential Machado signing is still a possibility but otherwise, the Bombers seem mostly set.
I thought that it might be fun to do a back of the envelope analysis of the projected win total for the 2019 Yankees. I am using the wins above replacement (WAR) player methodology.Read More
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The Yankees have a fair number of right handed pitchers taking up room on their top 30 prospects lists. One of their younger top pitching prospects finds himself a bit outside the box, in ways that make him an intriguing player to follow. Deivi Garcia was signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2015, when the Yankees weren’t allowed to sign international players for less than $300,000. They signed Garcia for $200,000 and the small hurler has managed to impress.
Name: Deivi Garcia
Birthdate: May 19, 1999
Starting his professional career in the Dominican Summer League, Garcia struck out 61 hitters in under 50 innings. He held opposing batters to just a .149 average, striking out ten in 4.1 innings in a game against the Rockies’ DSL team. He started 2017 back in the DSL before being promoted to the Gulf Coast League, playing for the Yankees’ West team. In a little less than a month, the young pitcher was promoted again, heading up to Pulaski.Read More