Keep track of the Yankees’ entire 2023 draft class here.
The Yankees went with college pitchers, especially early, but with one major exception.
Yankees Draft Coverage
Let us know your appraisal of the players the Yankees selected in Rounds 6-10.
New York rounds out the day with a project arm.
The power-hitting outfielder is one of the oldest players in this year’s draft class and should be an easy senior sign.
The Yankees selected a mammoth right-hander in the eighth round.
The first baseman out of Arizona brings some lefty pop to the system.
The Yankees have made their first two picks of the second day of the 2023 draft. What do you think?
The Mississippi State righty is the fourth name off the board for the Bombers in this 2023 draft class.
The Yankees went back to the infield with their third selection in the MLB Draft.
The third-round lefty pitcher is New York’s second pick in the draft.
The newest Baby Bomber is a high school shortstop from Miami.
What are your thoughts on George Lombard Jr., the Yankees’ first selection for this year’s draft?
The Yankees will welcome the 26th overall pick and 17 others to their 2023 draft class over the next couple days.
With the 26th pick in the first round, the Yankees could take one of these high school prospects.
With the 26th pick in the first round, the Yankees could be eyeing one of these college hitters.
Despite giving up a 2nd and 5th for signing Carlos Rodón, the Yankees are more likely to boost their system through the draft than in trades.
Let’s look back at how the newest Yankees performed in a playoff setting.
Keep track of the Yankees’ entire 2022 draft class here.
An examination of how Spencer Jones and the rest of the incoming Baby Bombers impact the organization as a whole.
This year’s draft class was a major shift in direction.
Let us know how you felt after the Yankees made their picks in rounds six through ten!
The Yankees selected Eastern Kentucky southpaw Will Brian in the 10th round of the 2022 draft, wrapping up Day 2.
The Yankees grab another reliever near the end of Day 2.
Selected in the eighth round, the Stanford infielder is the newest Baby Bomber.
A run on pitchers continues in the seventh round.