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Luis Severino and Gary Sanchez make MLB's midseason Top 100 list

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Luis Severino and Gary Sanchez both ranked in the 70s on MLB's midseason Top 100 list.

Hannah Foslien

Now that we're over the halfway point in the season, MLB has released their midseason Top 100 list, which features two Yankee prospects. Luis Severino and Gary Sanchez both made the list, and are ranked 70 and 76, respectively.

Severino started the season in Single-A Charleston where he posted a 2.79 ERA and 1.13 WHIP before being promoted to High-A Tampa. He pitched so well in Tampa (1.31 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, 12.2 K/9) that he received another promotion after just 20 IP. The young right-hander is now pitching in Trenton with 13 strikeouts through 9 IP, 1.11 WHIP and 1.16 FIP.

Sanchez has spent the year in Double-A, where he's hitting .277/.341/.419 with 111 wRC+. He also has hit 10 home runs, which could put him on track to pass last year's 15.

In his first year in the minor leagues, Aaron Judge was reportedly close to making the list too:

Judge is batting .319/.419/.501 with 13 home runs. Maybe he'll make it next time.