Anderson Amador's Arm Gives Him New Life Premium Story

Amador Hit Just .176 In His Minor League Career
Amador Hit Just .176 In His Minor League Career
By Frankie Piliere

Date: Jul 29, 2005

It was not too long ago that the Yankees inked Anderson Amador to a $800,000 deal as a five tool, power hitting outfielder. But, times have changed and coming into 2005, Amador had taken on the label of "bust". However, with a move to the mound, the strong armed righty suddenly has new life as a prospect.

  Please sign in or subscribe to read the rest of this story...


You may also:
  • View the FREE PinstripesPlus.com Story Archive
  • Join other fans on the PinstripesPlus.com Forums
  • Return to the PinstripesPlus.com Front Page











  • Related Stories
    Yankees vs. Mets: Relief Pitching Prospects
     -by PinstripesPlus.com  Oct 28, 2005
    What The Yankees Gave Up For Chacon
     -by PinstripesPlus.com  Jul 29, 2005
    Getting A Crash Course: Nick Walsh
     -by PinstripesPlus.com  Jul 29, 2005

    MAGAZINE COVERAGE
    Subscribe today and get a full year of Pinstripes Plus Magazine with an annual Total Access Pass.
    Sign Up Today!

    Upgrade Now!
    Free Email Newsletter
    Don't miss any news or features from PinstripesPlus.com. Subscribe to our newsletter to have our newest articles emailed to you on a daily or weekly basis.
    Click here for a list of all Team Newsletters.

    Add Players to My HotList
    Get free email alerts with news about your favorite players. Click name to add to My HotList.
    P Anderson Amador (profile)
    [View My HotList]
    Add Topics to My HotList
    Get free email alerts with news about your favorite topics. Click link to add to My HotList.
    Baseball > NY Yankees
    [View My HotList]