The Yankees have eight minor league teams from the Dominican Summer League all the way up to Triple…
Beyond The Top 50 Prospects
OF, Taylor Anderson: This year's 7th round pick was a two-way player in high school and despite the fact that he will be playing outfield at the professional level, he required Tommy John surgery immediately upon signing with the Yankees. Some scouts believe he has a Corban Joseph-like bat and he'll need to prove that once he returns in time for the 2011 season. SS, Carmen Angelini: It's been a rough go of it for Angelini the past two years, hitting below .200 in 2009 and missing all of the 2010 season with surgery on his right hip labrum. He has the natural talent and the great makeup to turn things around, but he'll need to do it in quick fashion to fend off the middle infielders coming up from the lower levels. C, Francisco Arcia: It's a tough time to be a catching prospect in the Yankees farm system these days, even when you're a switch-hitting catcher with a good offensive approach, great leadership skills, and boast a refined defensive game like Arcia. He's 21 years old...
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