Posts Tagged ‘Jesus Montero’

When Does a Prospect Cease to be a Prospect?

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 by Chuck

As I was scanning through the blogosphere the other day, specifically those related to the Yankees, I came across a link to another site which had recently scored an interview with Yankees’ VP Mark Newman.
In Major League Baseball’s annual personnel directory, Newman’s official title is “Senior VP, Baseball Operations and Player Development“, a moniker which [...]

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

Even with last night’s win, the Yankees are slumping. No doubt about it. They can’t hit lately and are losing games they should be winning. But as you knew it would, the Yankee Universe is calm, assured that waiting this out is the sane course of action.

Just kidding, the Yankee Universe is losing their mind.

Friday, June 11th, 2010 by Chuck

One of the challenges Major League organizations face throughout the year is how to handle their young minor league prospects. The questions that come across the desks of the Player Development staff seemingly never end, and seemingly never have just one answer.
When should we move Player A up to the next level? Is Player B [...]

Pro vs. Con: Should the Yankees Trade Jesus Montero?

Sunday, March 21st, 2010 by Chuck

The Yankees of late have seemingly reversed an organizational trend of trading their top minor league prospects for major league value. They now find themselves in a similar quandry with 20 year old catching prospect Jesus Montero.