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- Yankees 4, Royals 2: Whitley earns his first win
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select 2B Ty McFarland 302nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select shortstop Vince Conde 272nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select 1B Connor Spencer 242nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select center fielder Mark Payton 212th overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select RHP Jonathan Holder 182nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select RHP Jordan Foley 152nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select LHP Jordan Montgomery 122nd overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Yankees select RHP Austin DeCarr 91st overall
- MLB Draft 2014: Day Two Open Thread
- Daily Yankees Predictions 6/6/14: Whitley Repartee
- Yankees prospects: Rob Refsnyder is destroying Eastern League pitching
- What do Dellin Betances' historical comparisons tell us about his future?
- Baby Bomber Recap 6/5/14: Rob Refsnyder keeps rollin; Ian Clarkin goes five strong
The Times-Tribune | Donnie Collins: New Yankees prospect Jacob Lindgren could move through the system fairly quickly.
LoHud | Chad Jennings: Damon Oppenheimer talks about the first 10 picks the Yankees made in the 2014 MLB Draft.
It's About the Money | Brad Vietrogoski: The Yankees are unhappy with Matt Thornton and are probably pooling together alternatives.
It's About the Money | Michael Eder: How could Kendrys Morales hypothetically fit onto this roster?
ESPN Boston | Brendan C. Hall: Yankees draftee Austin DeCarr was able to impress scouts after he spent time away from throwing.
Pinstriped Pundits | Chris Mitchell: The Yankees drafting Jacob Lindgren could actually turn out to be a very smart move.
Baseball America | Ben Badler: Rob Refsnyder and Aaron Judge are two of the hottest players in Minor League Baseball this week.
Sports Illustrated | Jay Jaffe: A look through the long and winding baseball career of Don Zimmer.
An A-Blog For A-Rod | Brad Vietrogoski: An explanation for the Yankees choosing Jacob Lindgren with their first pick in the draft.
Fangraphs | Jeff Sullivan: Eduardo Nunez against Vidal Nuno produced one of the wildest swings of the week.
Sports on Earth | Leigh Montville: Don Zimmer was a rare breed as a man who spent his entire life in baseball.
CBS Sports | Dayn Perry: Masahiro Tanaka has the most valuable splitter in baseball, because of course he does.
Pinstriped Pundits | Chris Mitchell: Looking around for a comp to Jose Ramirez to figure out exactly what he might offer the Yankees this year.