• Farm Report – Batters

    Posted by on May 20th, 2008 · Comments (3)

    How are the Yankees position prospects doing down in the minors so far this season?

    Take a look at the numbers for yourself:

    Player		Age	Tm	Lvl	G	AB	HR	BB	SO	BA	OBP	SLG
    Bradley Suttle	22	CSC	A	13	50	1	5	12	.320	.382	.500
    Jesus Montero	18	CSC	A	35	146	5	7	23	.322	.359	.507
    Edwar Gonzalez	25	2Tm	2Lv	35	142	7	9	29	.282	.329	.528
    Wady Rufino	23	CSC	A	26	95	5	6	19	.284	.349	.505
    Kyle Anson	25	TAM	A+	26	87	1	23	13	.299	.445	.402
    Justin Snyder	22	CSC	A	35	140	2	16	18	.314	.377	.464
    Brett Gardner	24	SWB	AAA	33	118	2	19	25	.288	.381	.449
    Kevin Russo	23	TRE	AA	20	73	2	10	13	.288	.372	.452
    Colin Curtis	23	TRE	AA	35	133	2	18	23	.308	.387	.429
    Austin Romine	19	CSC	A	15	57	0	2	11	.351	.367	.439
    James Cooper	24	TAM	A+	25	90	0	4	7	.344	.390	.411
    Taylor Holiday	24	CSC	A	19	60	1	5	17	.267	.366	.433
    Eric Duncan	23	SWB	AAA	29	89	3	15	17	.258	.374	.416
    Mar. Vechionacci	21	TRE	AA	17	53	0	8	11	.302	.387	.396
    Austin Krum	22	CSC	A	31	103	1	16	18	.272	.377	.398
    Damon Sublett	22	TAM	A+	27	111	1	15	32	.270	.364	.405
    Abraham Almonte	19	CSC	A	34	143	4	10	25	.280	.329	.434
    Christopher Malec	25	TRE	AA	26	97	3	12	12	.258	.339	.423
    Juan Miranda	25	SWB	AAA	26	90	2	17	15	.267	.389	.367
    Austin Jackson	21	TRE	AA	34	139	0	20	27	.281	.371	.374
    Tim Battle	22	TAM	A+	26	93	4	5	36	.215	.270	.430
    Ramiro Pena	22	TRE	AA	30	119	1	11	29	.269	.341	.353
    David Williams	23	CSC	A	29	104	2	10	28	.231	.304	.375
    Eduardo Nunez	21	TAM	A+	22	97	1	3	8	.258	.280	.381
    Kevin Smith	24	TAM	A+	31	114	0	8	29	.254	.309	.342
    Seth Fortenberry	24	TAM	A+	32	113	0	21	43	.212	.350	.283
    Reegie Corona	21	TRE	AA	31	108	0	13	21	.231	.311	.315
    Brandon Laird	20	CSC	A	30	115	2	9	27	.226	.287	.339
    Luis Nunez	21	TAM	A+	21	76	0	2	10	.263	.291	.329
    Jose Tabata	19	TRE	AA	34	127	0	12	27	.220	.306	.252
    Mitchell Hilligoss	23	TAM	A+	28	118	0	6	19	.237	.272	.271
    Carmen Angelini	19	CSC	A	34	117	0	8	22	.222	.273	.256
    Braedyn Pruitt	23	2Tm	2Lv	16	58	0	9	8	.172	.284	.190
    Josue Calzado	22	TAM	A+	28	108	1	4	27	.130	.183	.204
    

    Of all of these, who would you say are the “Top 5″ in terms of having good seasons. so far?

    When you factor in age, playing level, and ability to do well and control the hitting zone, I’d probably go with Jesus Montero, Justin Snyder, Brett Gardner, Kevin Russo and Colin Curtis.

    Comments on Farm Report – Batters

    1. TurnTwo
      May 20th, 2008 | 3:11 pm

      Could you make this any more difficult to read?

      that aside, seems to me if Damon and Cabrera continue to struggle and Gardner puts together a productive week in Scranton, you might see a new LF or CF come Memorial Day.

    2. baileywalk
      May 20th, 2008 | 4:15 pm

      I think there’s little doubt that going into next year Jesus Montero will be the Yankees’ number-one ranked prospect, just edging out Austin Jackson.

    3. gphunt
      May 20th, 2008 | 4:54 pm

      Come on no love for Abe Almonte?

      Ever since he was on the DL the team hasn’t hit the same.

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