The Yankees drafted Brett Gardner in the 3rd round of the 2005 MLB Draft out of the College of…
Tool Time: Top Ten Left-Handed Hitters
Honorable Mention Christopher Malec: The UC-Santa Barbara product had a tremendous professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Yankees in 2005, hitting .391 from the left side of the plate. He'll need to prove it wasn't a fluke and do it over the course of a long season before he'll be able to crack the top ten. Evan Tierce: The 23-year old center fielder owns a .291 average in limited time in the Yankees' organization and while he's a very good hitter, he doesn't project to see very many at-bats in a stacked farm system. If he's ever given a true shot at a full-time position, he could surprise a lot of people. Wilkins De La Rossa: The Dominican native spent three seasons in the Dominican Summer League before hitting .270 with the GCL Yankees in 2005. He's still very raw, but he has a long way to go towards improving his .231 average thus far. With very good patience at the plate, he has the tools to become a good hitter. Irwil Rojas: Just barely missing the top ten - a...
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