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Class Of 2003 Update

The Yankees had a rather productive draft in 2003, and selected some fine players to help breathe some life into their deflated farm system. They took mostly high-school position players and college pitchers, and a few of these kids just might have what it takes to make it. Come inside, where I'll bring you up to date on how the Yankees' draft class of 2003 did in their professional debuts.

Players are organized by the round they were taken in.  When a round is skipped, it's because the player chosen in that round didn't play this season (with one notable exception at the end).  I also skipped fifth-round pick Cory Stuart, who only pitched two innings this season.  So without further adieu... 1. Eric Duncan, 3B Duncan was the first-round pick of the Yankees and they were thrilled to... Recommended Stories

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