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2005 GCL Yankees Position Prospect Review

C.J. Henry Had Solid Peripheral Numbers

The Gulf Coast Yankees compiled an impressive 33-20 record this season, mostly behind the strength of their hitting, en route to a Championship year. We will look at the peripherals stats of these futures stars. PinstripesPlus will look at the guys who played a majority of the season with the GCL Yankees, those who had a minimum of 70 at-bats with the team and did not collect more than 75 at-bats with any other team.

Wilkins De La Rossa - OF Signed as an International free agent way back in November of 2001, De La Rossa spent three seasons with the Dominican Summer League Yankees before making his way over states-side to make his U.S. debut with the Gulf Coast League Yankees in 2005. He hit just .216 in 472 over the course of his three seasons in the Dominican Summer League despite drawing 15 less walks... Recommended Stories

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