Yankees have four players on Baseball America's Top 100 Prospects List

Baseball America released its 100 Top Prospects list and four Yankees make an appearance on the list. None of the names are surprising but their postions in the list might be. None of them are in the Top 30 - the highest prospect appears at #32. The number one prospect on BA's list is Jurickson Profar, a highly touted SS/2B in the Texas Rangers organization. The Yankees on the list are:

OF Mason Williams at #32 C Gary Sanchez at #57 OF Slade Heathcott at #63 OF Tyler Austin at #77

Last year, the Yankees had four players on the list as well, with Manny Banuelos named the highest ranked Yankee prospect, appearing at #29 on the list. Banuelos is currently recovering from Tommy John surgery. Another player not appearing on this year's list is Dellin Betances who was slotted into #63 on 2012's list.

Betances was also the victim of a very disappointing 2012. His problems were not injury-related like Banuelos, they were mainly were performance related. He split his time with the Empire State Yankees and Double A Trenton and finished the year with a 6-9 record with a 6.44 ERA.

Sanchez and Williams also appeared on last year's list at #81 and #85 respectively.