Strong pitching continues to be a common theme around the Yankees system, while the biggest name bats are building on their recent success.
High ceiling arms and exciting bats are hitting the field for the Yankees at the lowest levels of the minor leagues.
A handful of Double-A bats remained hot and High-A Hudson Valley took a series from a team with one of the best records in all of the minor leagues.
Forthcoming Rule-5 eligibility and minor league options play a role in determining prospects to market.
The Yankees affiliates mostly split their series this past week, but a few more prospects have started to make noise with their bats.
Clarke Schmidt has graduated prospect lists, and is still carving out his niche on the Yankees roster.
Strong pitching performances continued around the system, while some of the biggest names are starting to see their bats come to life.
The Yankees are taking pitchers from beyond the top-three rounds of the draft and developing them to move quickly through the minor league system.
Austin Wells continued to mash and the Yankees’ system continued to display strong pitching across the board.