Under the wave of coverage of the Chase Headley re-signing yesterday, the Yankees made a couple more small MiL moves. Here they are, courtesy of Matt Eddy: - Jose Campos, non-tendered off the 40-man roster 2 weeks ago, was re-signed to a new MiL deal. He missed all of the 2014 season following TJS and has pitched 111.2 total innings in 3 years since being acquired, but he may have a small sliver of prospect hope left at age 22.
- The catching depth has been thinned out a bit this offseason. The Yanks have addressed that by signing 25-year-old catcher Juan Graterol. He's spent his entire career up to this point in the KC organization and is a .270/.322/.335 hitter in 9 MiL seasons. Expect him to slot in somewhere at the top of the organization to provide backup insurance.
- Another infielder was signed to boost Triple-A depth as well, this time in the form of 27-year-old Cole Figueroa. He's a .290/.378/.391 career MiL hitter and hit .233/.286/.326 in 49 Major League PA with the Rays in 2014. Between him, Nick Noonan, and Jonathan Galvez, the Yankees now have plenty of second, short, and third base coverage at SWB. They needed that already and could need it more if/when Refsnyder gets called up to the show.