More than a few members of the 2021 Yankees are gone. Where are they now?
Cashman opines on current Yanks; Shelby Miller signed; Cole unaffected by new sticky stuff regulations; Rortvedt in race against time for Opening Day; Peraza among prospects sent to minor league camp
The Cuban Missile’s season outlook is a mystery after struggling so much with his control last year, but he is too talented not to have some sort of rebound.
Anthony Volpe and Oswald Peraza should develop at their own pace, but the Yankees are forcing them to take over within the next couple of years.
The left-hander had an impressive spring debut, and could make an impact in the majors this year if he can straighten out his control.
The versatile infielder, stellar in 2019 and 2020, struggled mightily in 2021. How much does he have left in the tank?
Volpe, three others make MLB.com Top 100 Prospects; Germán will start 2022 on 60-day IL; Rizzo evades vaccine question; Gleyber working to regain 2018-19 swing; Ridings details injury
Isiah Kiner-Falefa is more suited to a utility position rather than the role of Yankees starting shortstop.
Winker is not an ideal fit defensively, but he is the perfect hitter for the Yankees’ lineup.