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    Yankees 1992 Trade Block - Prospects and Draft Picks

    Yankees are looking for veteran help in just about any shape or form. We have several good bats, so we would be interested in getting a person who plays well in the field too. We are also in dire need of another starter or two. Below is a listing of guys in our system below the age of 24 who would be available. We would also willing to trade future draft picks.

    Dario McKinney - 23 - 3B
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3892309

    McKinney is a nice looking left handed power bat (91) who will also have really good AVG/OBP against someday RHP. In the process of being converted to catcher.


    Michael Rogers - 23 - 2B
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3928423

    Rogers is a right handed power bat (93) that can play anywhere in the field, Like McKinney he is very good, but we can move him for the right piece.


    Sydney Nieves - 22 - 1B
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3955324

    Perfect young platoon-style 1B, he'll hit a ton of HR's against RHP. Solid fielder with big enough arm and range that he could be converted to RF. Currently starting in MLB so it will take something significant to move him.


    Raymond Saxon - 20 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=4003127

    Estimated 94 FI, 88 CO, 74 SY. Best prospect pitcher in my systerm.


    Timothy Keith - 19 - LHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3981659

    Well rounded pitcher, 73 PO, 84 FI, 76 CO, 64 SY. Not an All-Star but should be able to start in MLB for many years.


    Galen Dixon - 21 - LHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3955306

    Dixon will be able to log a lot of innings. Should be a decent back end starter or workhorse reliever (68 PO, 84 FI, 66 CO, 60 SY).


    Eric Reed - 22 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3981658

    Natural closer... i think. Max power (98), high control (88). Average FI/SY (59/59). Probably not enough endurance to start, but logging a lot of innings in AAA to see what he can do.


    Charles Lewis - 20 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3981582

    Another strike out artist. 98 PO, 78 FI. Has enough endurance to start.


    Graeme Adams - 21 - LHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3955315

    Looks like a mediocre starter, excellent set up man in MLB (64 PO, 86 FI, 42 CO, 66 SY).


    Justin Dunne - 22 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3981587

    Will be a late bloomer, 90 SY. If you don't have a stomach for stuff, stay away


    Richard Davison - 19 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=4003133

    Decent DI and CO. Should be an okay reliever


    Dennis Murr - 18 - RHP
    http://www.csfbl.com/player.asp?playerid=3981591

    Not sure how he'll pan out. Excellent FI, CO (85/86) but has liability in SY (28). I'm guessing he'll be a career AAAer.
    Last edited by starscream74; October 1, 2012 at 05:13 PM.

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    Re: Yankees 1992 Trade Block - Prospects and Draft Picks

    Check out my roster(s), Det Roster, Erie Roster, and send me some thoughts. I'll check it out (not trading Herman, btw, but will at least consider anyone else). I'd be interested in picks over prospects, but you have plenty of players on your list I'd have some interest in.

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    Re: Yankees 1992 Trade Block - Prospects and Draft Picks

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    Re: Yankees 1992 Trade Block - Prospects and Draft Picks

    Look over the Jays and the other Jays to see if there's anyone you like. Interested in Saxon and Nieves.
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