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AFL Winds Down, But Not Before Some Yankees Prospects Can Make Us Optimistic
Friday, November 11, 2005
Duncan makes the play

Though their team finished at an even .500, a few Yankees farm boys did their best to get some attention from the execs. My personal favorite, AA infielder Eric Duncan, finished the mini-season with a .362 average, eight homers and twenty-seven RBIs. Righty T.J. Beam pitched phenomenally throughout the regular season, and the AFL was no different. He carried a 1.53 ERA and struck out twenty; he only allowed two walks. Furthermore, Bronson Sardinha, an outfielder in AA, hit .344 and slugged .510.

After years of watching the Yankees sign older, often past their prime players from other teams while teams like Atlanta and the Mets cultivate their own stars through their farm systems, prospects like this make me hopeful for a change. I would like nothing more than to watch more players like Small and Cano develop their talent in pinstripes. I like the headline of Kevin T. Czerwinski’s MLB.com article: “Yanks Rediscovering Their Farm System.” Let’s just hope someone informs Steinbrenner before he sells these boys off in exchange for Sammy Sosa, Bret Boone, or Steve Finley.


posted by Yankees Chick @ Friday, November 11, 2005  
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