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Castillo Making Adjustments

Riverdogs right-hander Noel Castillo tends to get overlooked in a Yankee system virtually overloaded with pitching talent. The Dominican pitcher signed with the Yankees at age 20, later than most international prospects and also a little older than most of the players on his team. His age, however, has not stopped him from putting up great numbers in his time with the organization.

Noel Castillo posted remarkable numbers in 2007 while with the Gulf Coast League Yankees. He went 6-3 with two saves and a 1.88 ERA. In fact, he led all Yankee minor league pitchers in ERA and allowed only one home run throughout the entire season. All that and he allowed seven walks while striking out fifty-one. Though one of the older players on the Riverdogs roster, he doesn't feel any... Recommended Stories

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