clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Around the Empire: Yankees news - 9/4/15

Severino looks like a playoff starter, Refsnyder's confidence is growing, and the 2014 Yankees: where are they now?

Bust a move, Austin.
Bust a move, Austin.
Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN New York | Andrew Marchand: The Yankees have been a different team since prospect Luis Severino was brought up. Severino has been stellar, good enough to be a playoff starter, and if the Yankees could give him some more run support, he would be even better. | Brendan Kuty: 2014 was an entertaining year, with guys like Martin Prado and Zealous Wheeler making appearances in pinstripes. As this season comes to a close, take a look at how the former Bombers have done. | Bryan Hoch: No matter how hot Stephen Drew gets, fans are always clamoring for more Rob Refsnyder. Good news is, Refsnyder is getting some more confidence and is happy with his improvement.

LoHud | Chad Jennings: The Yankees' minor league system has had a long year filled with injuries, call-ups, and demotions. While guys like Gregorio Petit and Cole Figueroa may be stuck at one level, guys like Greg Bird and Aaron Judge have been shuffled throughout the year. | Brendan Kuty: One guy that the Yankees didn't call up in September was top prospect Aaron Judge. If there's just one reason Judge is still in Triple-A, it's the performance of Carlos Beltran.