Scouting report: Yankees' Jasson Dominguez
Teen phenom ready to debut with 'otherworldly' expectations
This week, MiLB.com introduces a new series spotlighting players who are just starting their professional careers, focusing on what the experts are projecting for these young phenoms. Here's a look at top Yankees prospect Jasson Dominguez. For more player journeys on The Road to The Show, click here.
The Show Before the Show: Episode 298
RailRiders president Adams discusses Triple-A delay, alt site preparations
Check out the latest episode of The Show Before the Show, MiLB.com's official podcast. A segment rundown is listed below, in case you want to skip to a particular section. Like the podcast? Subscribe, rate and review "Minor League Baseball podcast" on iTunes. The podcast is also available via Spotify,
Bridgewater to Bronx: Meet the Somerset Patriots
Longtime Atlantic League entity becomes Yanks' Double-A affiliate
In 2021 and beyond, 11 of the 12 teams that previously had been part of the Eastern League will operate in the Double-A Northeast League. The lone newcomers are the Somerset Patriots, set to debut as a New York Yankees affiliate.
Winter ball roundup: Puerto Rican League
Boston outfielder Duran helps key Caguas' run to Caribbean Series
Without a Minor League season in 2020, top prospects headed to various locations across the globe for offseason work. Over the next few weeks, MiLB.com will look at the highlights from winter ball seasons worldwide. Past recaps include the Dominican Winter League and the Mexican Pacific League.
2021 Prospect Projections: AL East rookies
How Steamer600 views O's, Sox, Yanks, Rays, Jays rookies
This is the first in a six-part Toolshed series that uses FanGraphs' Steamer600 projections to look at how prospects would fare over a full Major League season in 2021. The system bases its forecast on 600 plate appearances for position players, 450 plate appearances for catchers, 200 innings for starting
State of the System: New York Yankees
Schmidt, Garcia lead arms race for perennial contenders
Starting in October and running through the end of the year, MiLB.com's State of the System series will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each Major League organization, highlights prospects who've made the biggest strides in 2020 and offers a peek at 2021.
Yanks turn to Garcia for ALDS Game 2 start
Righty set to be youngest playoff starter in franchise history
On Tuesday, Deivi Garcia gets to weave his name into the fabric of the most historic franchise in sports.
At just 21 years old, baseball’s No. 87 overall prospect is set to start Game 2 of the American League Division Series and, in doing so, will become the Yankees' youngest
Actor Patterson first starred in Minor Leagues
'Gilmore Girls' actor pitched in Braves, Yankees farm systems
Just before the 1981 season, a prospect made a deal with a legend.
Scott Patterson was entering his second professional season in the Braves system and it was time to negotiate his contract with the club’s senior vice president: Hank Aaron.
The 22-year-old didn’t have an agent or advisor in
Yankees' Garcia to make MLB debut Sunday
No. 100 overall prospect to pitch in Subway Series twinbill
The stadium will be empty, but one of the Yankees' top pitching prospects will be making his Major League debut in the Subway Series.
The club has tabbed right-hander Deivi Garcia, its third-ranked prospect, to pitch one of the games in Sunday's doubleheader against the Mets, the Yankees confirmed Saturday.
RiverDogs, area nonprofit give Charleston Hope
MiLB CommUNITY grant will benefit efforts at Title 1 schools
Chris Singleton had a good feeling after he submitted Charleston Hope as a possible recipient of one of Minor League Baseball’s five CommUNITY grants. So the Charleston RiverDogs’ director of community outreach texted Emily Kerr, Charleston Hope’s founder and executive director, to pass along that the nonprofit had a strong
Best streams of 2019: Title-clinchers
When the lights were brightest, these players rose to the occasion
Whether it's the Governors' Cup of the International League or the Mills Cup of the Carolina League, there's extra urgency and added drama when the championship trophy is in the house.
From the complex-level leagues in Arizona and Florida all the way up to Triple-A, a title is the culmination
Waful left lasting impression in Central New York
Lifelong Syracuse resident, former team president was a local icon
It was a life well lived and one that touched tens of thousands in the Syracuse area. When Don Waful died last September at the age of 103, he left a legacy of charity, friendship and charm that will far supersede his century on this Earth.
Born in Newark, New
Prospects in the Yankees' 2020 player pool
Quest for 28th title undoubtedly will include club's prospects
As part of the new rules for the 2020 Major League season, each of the 30 organizations will maintain a 60-man player pool for the duration of the campaign. Some members of the player pool will feature on the active Major League roster while others will work out at an
2020 Draft recap: New York Yankees
Yankees stick to formula, despite having only three picks
Following the five-round 2020 MLB First-Year Player Draft, MiLB.com takes an organization-by-organization look at each pick with help from team scouting executives.
'The King of Staten Island' visits the Yankees
Davidson, Burr bond at the ballpark in new Apatow movie
If stadiums received acting credits, Richmond County Bank Ballpark would have one of the most impressive IMDb pages in all of Minor League Baseball.
Home of the Staten Island Yankees since 2001, Richmond County Bank Ballpark has been featured in a variety of commercials, television shows and independent movies. In
Best streams of 2019: No-hitters
Bisons' Zeuch joins elite company; Anderson fans 14 in gem
Is there anything more nail-biting than the final innings of a no-hit bid?
There are few things that bring the tension, drama and superstition out of players and fans alike when a pitcher is vying for some history on the mound. In 2019, there were more than a few memorable
Looking back at Judge's gigantic 2016 season
Yankees slugger turned up the power in June on way to callup
Before he was out crushing homers at Yankee Stadium, Aaron Judge was perfecting his form at PNC Field -- home of the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
A year after making his International League debut, Judge launched his way to the big leagues, thanks to a stellar first half
Best streams of 2019 games: Wild strikeouts
Thunder's Garcia whiffs 15; Travelers' Crismatt is immaculate
Outside of the home run, the strikeout is the singular moment in a game that elicits raw emotion. It's why Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez are etched in baseball lore. The ability to blow a 100-mph heater past a hitter or drop in a knee-buckling breaking ball resonates
Thunder pound record seven homers
Lyerly, Johnson go deep twice each in Trenton's first victory of '12
A stiff wind was blowing out to center field at Trenton's Waterfront Park on Saturday afternoon, but it only seemed to help the home team.
After mustering four runs in dropping their first two games of the season, the Thunder struck for a franchise-record seven homers in an 11-2 victory
Ruth made home run history in Wilkes-Barre
Hall of Famer drilled monster blast in exhibition game in 1926
Bill Jenkinson, author of Recrowning Baseball's Greatest Slugger: The Year Babe Ruth Hit 104 Home Runs, recently made the determination after studying old newspaper accounts of the event and aerial photographs of Artillery Park as well as taking on-site measurements of the field.
"I've personally researched more than 1,000 home