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    Staten Island Yankees Season In Review

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    Enns Moving Fairly Quickly

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    GCL Yankees2 Season In Review

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    Castillo Excited For His Debut Season

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    Charleston RiverDogs Season In Review

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    Park Feels He Belongs

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  • 04.

    Staten Island Yankees Season In Review

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  • 05.

    Enns Moving Fairly Quickly

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  • 06.

    GCL Yankees2 Season In Review

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  • 01.

    Castillo Excited For His Debut Season

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  • 02.

    Charleston RiverDogs Season In Review

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  • 03.

    Park Feels He Belongs

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Refsnyder Going About His Work

Rob Refsnyder had another great season in 2014, hitting a combined .318 with 58 extra-base hits at the two highest minor league levels. Despite his success though, he still hasn't gotten that long awaited big league call-up. Neither upset nor disappointed, he just continues to go about his work and he is already getting ready for the 2015 season.

GCL Yankees1 Season In Review

The Gulf Coast League Yankees1 had a superb season in 2014, finishing the year with a league best 38-22 record before falling to the GCL Red Sox in the Championship series. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

Yankees 2014 IFA Class: First Impressions

The Yankees spent a record amount of money on this year's International free agent class and many of them got their first taste of baseball in the United States at Instructs, including, but not limited to, Dermis Garcia, Alexander Vargas, Hoy Jun Park, Miguel Flames, and others. Here are the first impressions as they get set for their debut seasons in 2015.

Top Five Instructs Winners

In what has evolved into a less publicized rite of passage on the farm, each year certain prospects make a charge up the rankings with a good showing at Instructs. Here are this year's Top Five winners at Instructs.

YNLN - Torrens The Total Package

TAMPA, FL - The Yankees fell to the Pirates 3-2 in the Instructional League finale on Friday but it didn't prevent catcher Luis Torrens from showing why he is considered one of the better young prospects in the game.

YMLN - Getting Miggy With It

BRADENTON, FL - The Yankees unleashed a high octane offense against the Pirates in Instructional League action on Thursday, powered by Miguel Andujar in particular, en route to a 9-3 victory that also showcased some impressive pitching performances as well.

Banuelos Still On Track

TAMPA, FL - Despite pitching quite well in his first year back from Tommy John surgery, some have said it was a disappointing year for Manny Banuelos, including even a part of himself. But considering he finished the year healthy and pitched the whole season, even making his last outing at Instructs on Wednesday, he can't help but believe he's still on track to make a big league splash someday.

YMLN - De Oleo In The Clutch

CLEARWATER, FL - The Yankees were two outs away from falling to the Phillies in Instructional League action on Tuesday but Charleston catcher Eduardo De Oleo came off of the bench to provide the biggest hit of the game to help lead the Yankees to a 5-3 victory.

YMLN - Mateo Mashing

TAMPA, FL - The Yankees slugged their way to a 7-5 victory over the Phillies in Instructional League action on Monday and it was their young Latin American players leading the charge, highlighted by shortstop Jorge Mateo putting on a hitting clinic. Here is the latest Yankees Minor League Notebook [YMLN].

Duran Looking For A Clean Slate

It has been a long and arduous road for Matt Duran. The third baseman played in just six games a year ago while dealing with stress reaction in both his left foot and right elbow. He tried rehabbing the latter injury all last winter in preparation for the 2014 season but it ultimately ended in season-ending surgery before his season every really began. Now he's looking for a clean slate.

Sharp A Success Story Waiting To Happen

It wasn't all that long that Hayden Sharp was boasting one of the highest ceilings in the entire Yankee farm system. A two-sport star in high school, he hit a mental wall in the Gulf Coast League last year and surprisingly retired from the game to try his hand at football. His retirement didn't last long, however, and now he's back with the Yankees as a success story waiting to happen.

Derek Jeter's Top 10 Plays

Where does his last home game’s magic rank with the best plays of The Captain’s career?

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