Bookmark this page and check it frequently. As the 2010 season progresses, I will continue to update this post with links to new Yankees prospect reports and video as it is published.
Abraham Almonte - After spending 2008 and 2009 in Charleston, Almonte looks to improve his prospect status and cement himself as a top-20 player within the organization.
Read a game report on Abraham Almonte from late in the 2008 season.
Carmen Angelini - During a second trip through the "Sally", Angelini regressed and wound up being demoted back to short season baseball. In 2010, Angelini faces a make-or-break season.
Read a game report on Carmen Angelini from late in the 2008 season.
Manuel Banuelos - Banuelos burst onto the scene in 2009 and became a consensus top-6 prospect in the organization carving up South Atlantic League hitters. At 19, he will spend the 2010 season in Tampa and could find himself as a top-1oo overall prospect heading into 2011.
Read a comparison of Manuel Banuelos and Red Sox prospect Casey Kelly.
Read a game report on Manuel Banuelos from 2009.
Andrew Brackman - One can argue Brackman was the most disappointing prospect in baseball in 2009. From top-100 to "Sally" flop, he looks to rebound in 2010.
Read a game report on Andrew Brackman from 2009.
Corban Joseph - In 2009, Joseph rode a fantastic second half and surfaced as a top-12 prospect within the organization. The former 4th rounder will spend 2010 in Tampa and has an outside shot at top-10 status entering 2011.
Read a scouting report on Corban Joseph from 2009.
Dan Kapala - An older reliever, Kapala is a former college pitcher looking to solidify himself as a relief prospect within the organization.
Read a report on a quartet of relief pitchers including Dan Kapala.
Melky Mesa - A surprise top-20 prospect in the South Atlantic League, Mesa's production has not matched his tools. Mesa should spend 2010 in Tampa as he looks to continue his rise up the organizational ladder.
Read a scouting report on Melky Mesa from 2009.
Jesus Montero - The undisputed number one prospect in the organization, Montero looks to ride a prolific bat to New York on the heels of being a near consensus top-6 prospect in all of baseball.
Read a game report on Jesus Montero from late in the 2008 season.
Austin Romine - The best all-around catching prospect in the Yankees organization, Romine looks to build on an MVP performance in the Florida State League and solidify himself as the Yankees catcher of the future.
Read a game report on Austin Romine from late in the 2008 season.
Bradley Suttle - After missing the entire 2009 season rehabbing from a shoulder injury, Suttle looks to re-establish himself as a legitimate third base prospect within the organization.
Read a game report on Bradley Suttle from late in the 2008 season.