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Forum: Around The Minors

Who's coming up? Who's going down? What's happening with the Yankees Minor League clubs?

  1. Sean Henn

    Did the yankees sign Henn? Yesterday was the dead line to do so, I think.

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    05-31-01 11:03 AM Go to last post
  2. Another Nick Johnson Post

    This guy is FRAGILE, man. He spends an awful lot of time on the DL. Before you make this man the Savior at 1st Base, please remember Pat Kelly.

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    05-30-01 04:29 PM Go to last post
  3. Mike Frank?

    What's the score on Mike Frank? does he have any options left. Why haven't the Yankees brought him up? He's leading the Clippers with a .330 ba.(May20th)

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    05-30-01 01:18 PM Go to last post
  4. Bernabel Castro

    The bats have a little second baseman-shortstop that can play.He is a good hitter and has great speed.He reminds me of Furcal of the braves.His nickname is Bernie.

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    05-30-01 08:52 AM Go to last post
  5. Update on Jimenez, Johnson and Spencer...from MSG website

    from Joel Sherman writing for the MSG website (has he always worked for them too?) Interesting that he lists Johnson's injury as a bone bruise to the hand, not a partially torn muscle in the thumb... Yankees look to farm system for changes May 29, 2001 http://www.msgnetwork.com/fans/personality.cfm?name=sherman&cont_id=62053&subnav_key=default The 2000 Yankees always seemed a work in progress. Taking a team picture never was safe. Wait hold on, let's get David Justice in focus...

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    05-29-01 10:58 PM Go to last post
  6. Adrian Hernandez looking good at Columbus (AAA)

    Hernandez, Adrian 4- 1 .800 2.76 7 7 42.1 30 16 13 16 36 Will he be our next 5th starter? Is he ready?

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    05-29-01 03:54 PM Go to last post
  7. Associated Press: Ogea makes first game appearance in almost one year

    Yankee faithfull, for what it's worth sounds like Ogea pitched ok...but a fastball in the low to mid-eighties? Ogea makes first game appearance in almost one year By Associated Press, 5/26/2001 14:44 TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Chad Ogea threw two scoreless innings for the New York Yankees' extended spring training team Saturday in his first game action in almost a year. The former Cleveland Indians right-hander was signed to a minor league contract by the Yankees earlier this month. He is...

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    05-27-01 06:43 AM Go to last post
  8. Hey, where are J&J?

    Nick Johnson and D'Angelo Jimenez have both missed the last two games in Ottawa against the Lynx. What's the deal? Are they both expelled from Canada? Are they injured? Are they being rested? Are they about to be called up? I check their progress daily, and the two straight days of non-action confused me. Does anybody have more information?

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    05-24-01 10:19 PM Go to last post
  9. Food for Thought

    This is from the Baseball Prospectus website: Alfonso Soriano has gotten a lot of attention for his play, and Tino Martinez has managed to be adequate so far, but the Yankees could do themselves a huge favor by simply trading left sides of the infield with Triple-A Columbus. Alfonso Soriano .291 OBP .406 SLG D'Angelo Jimenez .350 OBP .380 SLG Tino Martinez .360 OBP .481 SLG Nick Johnson .451 OBP .571 SLG

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    05-23-01 06:01 PM Go to last post
  10. Dime-A-Dog Night

    Tomorrow is Dime-A-Dog Night at Cooper Stadium in Columbus, when all hot dogs are only 10 cents each. We always have promotions like this here in AAA land. Now that I'm back from college, I'll definitely go if I can find someone to go with me. It'll be good to see our young stars (especially the highly talked-about Nick Johnson) develop while I'm paying very little on stadium food. I'll let you all know if I go and how the game goes.

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    05-23-01 12:03 PM Go to last post
  11. Randy K - Player of the Week!

    Congrats to Randy! Columbus pitcher Randy Keisler was chosen as one of the players of the week in the International League. Keisler threw a shutout in his only appearance, striking out four and walking one while allowing just one hit in a 4-0 victory over Indianapolis. The left hander had a no-hitter through 62/3 innings before allowing a double, then set down the final seven batters.

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    05-23-01 11:39 AM Go to last post
  12. Juan Riveria teaing up Eastern League

    This cat is hitting .331-10-33 at Norwich. I've always been told Norwich is a VERY tough ballpark to hit HR's in. He's suddenly one of our top prospects who may be on his way to Eastern league MVP.

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    05-23-01 10:34 AM Go to last post
  13. Yankees Prospect May Quit

    May 22, 2001 Yankees Prospect May Quit By THE NEW YORK TIMES David Walling, the Yankees' No. 1 draft pick in 1999, will make a decision on whether he wants to continue playing baseball in the next few weeks, his agent said yesterday. Walling, 22, left the Yankees' Class AA affiliate earlier this month, after a slow start, and is tending to what Mark Newman, the Yankees vice president, and Jeff Riolo, the agent, referred to as personal issues. If he addresses those issues to...

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    05-22-01 01:57 PM Go to last post
  14. Brandon Claussen making move

    Brandon is a LHP that went 5-2 with a 2.85 ERA in 9 starts at Tampa (A) before gettin a promotion to AA Norwich. He had 69 K's in 56 IP. Gave up 47 hits and 13 BB's. In his first start at Norwich (AA), he went 8 1/3 innings allowing 7 hits and 3 walks while striking out 7. He is 1-0 with a 2.16 ERA. Just a lefty to keep an eye on.

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    05-21-01 10:06 PM Go to last post
  15. David Walling

    www.ouryanks.com is reporting that he has/is going to quit baseball. Also, Tiger Wang is out for the season.

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    05-18-01 07:00 PM Go to last post
  16. Another Bagwellesque move for the Sox?

    This is from today's Daily Prospectus at <a href="http://www.baseballprospectus.com">Baseball Prospectus</a>... "Ten months ago, the Red Sox absolutely had to have the collection of tissue and bone known as Ed Sprague, and paid dearly for their desire. They sent the Padres a right-hander named Dennis Tankersley, who has done nothing but get people out this year at Lake Elsinore: a 0.39 ERA in 46 1/3 innings, with 60 strikeouts against just ten walks." Heh heh heh. Looks like we might...

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    05-18-01 06:12 PM Go to last post
  17. Hey Torre- How bout getting Spencer back up here.

    They owe it to this guy to bring him back up with the big club. He has done everything asked of him, and now his knee appears to be almost back to normal. He has seen enough at bats in Columbus to be comfortable. How bout showing some loyalty Joe? Forget Robert Perez- there is a reason why this guy has been in the minors the last couple of years. He is no better than Clay Bellinger. Forget H-Rod also- this guy is so washed up. Let Shane play left, right, and DH against Lefties. Stop...

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    05-17-01 08:55 AM Go to last post
  18. Huge Games for Top Prospects (5/14)

    The Clippers lost 6-5 to Ottawa last night, but I'm sure the Yankees will let the Clippers lose as many games like that one as they want. If you look past the score, this was a great game for the Clips. D'Angelo Jimenez and Nick Johnson had huge games. Each reached base four times, and Johnson added two doubles. The big night allowed Jimenez to push his OPS over .700 (.341 OBP, .373 SLG) after a terrible start to the season and Johnson to move his back over 1.000 (.453 OBP, .570 SLG). If...

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    05-16-01 09:38 PM Go to last post
  19. Rick Ankiel pitched to minor league hitters the same way he did to big league batters

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Rick Ankiel pitched to minor league hitters the same way he did to big league batters. Ankiel, sent to the minors to regain his control, walked six and threw eight pitches to the backstop in three-plus innings in his first start for Triple-A Memphis on Tuesday night. The St. Louis Cardinals left-hander, bothered by control problems since late last season, was at his enigmatic best against the Oklahoma RedHawks, striking out three and throwing four wild pitches. He...

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    05-16-01 07:34 PM Go to last post
  20. Canseco and Leyritz

    I saw the Bridgeport Bluefish play the Newark Bears twice now. Tonight, Jose Canseco hit a moonshot that would have gone 500 feet had it not been for the hockey arena next door. Leyritz had a few hits. Other ex-major leaguers on Newark was Lance Johnson, Jaime Navarro, Ozzie Canseco and Jack Armstrong.

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    05-15-01 07:13 PM Go to last post

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