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Monthly Archive for April, 2011

: April, 2011

4/13 Minors Report: JR Murphy; Slade Heathcott; Ramon Flores; Sean Black; Robert Lylerly

Trenton was rained out tonight. Charleston: JR Murphy and Slade Heathcott are showing the type of difference one year can make. Murphy went 3-for-5 with two runs batted in, while Heathcott contributed

4/12 Minors Report: Jesus Montero is Cruising; Brackman’s First Start

Scranton: I wonder how long the Yankees will be able to keep Jesus Montero in the minor leagues. It’s only a handful of games, but Montero put up a 3-for-5 night with a pair of doubles, while Jorge

4/11 Minors Report: Banuelos Pitches Well; Vazquez Goes Deep Twice; Jesus Montero; JR Murphy Hits #3; Jairo Heredia

Trenton: Tonight, we will start in Trenton, where Manny Banuelos threw four scoreless innings as Trenton’s struggling offense was able to push across three runs in a 3-2 extra-inning victory. Trenton

4/10 Minors Report: Slade Heathcott is on Fire; Jesus Montero; Betances & Warren Struggle; Prior Works Back-to-Back Days

Charleston: We will once again start in Charleston today, where Slade Heathcott kept up his early season power surge, knocking out two doubles amongst his three hits as Charleston lost to Lexington,

4/9 Minors Report: Montero Goes Yard; Stoneburner Battles; Mark Prior Debuts; Slade Heathcott

Scranton: Jesus Montero went 3-for-6, including his first home run of the season, but Scranton blew a lead in the 9th and ultimately lost to Rochester, 7-6 in 12 innings. Scranton hit four home runs

4/8 Minors Report: Slade Heathcott Goes Deep Twice; Abraham Almonte Goes Yard in 9th

Scranton was rained out tonight. ————————————————- We’ll start off a bit different tonight – we will go to Charleston, where Slade Heathcott matched his entire home run

Minor Leagues Opening Day; Steve Garrison Shines; Gary Sanchez Homers

Posted by Tom K Time for the future of the Pittsburgh Pirates…oops, I mean the future of the New York Yankees to take the field. In terms of prospects in the fold, not much has really changed in

Minor Leagues: Scranton (AAA) and Trenton (AA) Rotations

Posted by Tom K Scranton: 1. David Phelps 2. Hector Noesi 3. Adam Warren 4. DJ Mitchell 5. Andrew Brackman Brackman is the one to keep the biggest eye on, as the Yankees need to make a decision on him