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Sanchez Starting To Come Into His Own

He's got the tools of a future baseball phenom, the 6-foot-2 220 pound build like a major leaguer, and yet, is barely old enough to drink a beer. The recently turned 21-year-old Gary Sanchez is starting to come into his own as the face of the New York Yankees' future in spite of the fact that he's ahead of schedule.

Yankees' Vice President of Baseball Operations, Mark Newman, commented last June that Sanchez would likely remain with the Single-A Tampa Yankees for the entire 2013 season. However, an abundance of injuries throughout the organization and more development to his all-around game led to Sanchez's arrival in Trenton sooner rather than later. On August 4, Sanchez made his Double-A debut with the... Recommended Stories

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