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Sizing Up The Second Base Prospects

Joseph's bat would play extremely well at second analyzes the Yankees' second base prospects. Which second base prospect has the highest upside? Which are the ones ready to make a Major League impact soon? Who needs to make their mark quickly?

Highest Ceiling David Adams: Arguably nobody put themselves more squarely on the radar in 2009 than Adams did after he hit a combined .286 and sported a .373 on-base percentage between low-A Charleston and high-A Tampa. And not only did the power materialize in the pitching-friendly Florida State League, but he turned himself into one of the better defensive second basemen on the pivot play... Recommended Stories

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