Estevan Florial and Deivi García have lost ground in terms of their projection, but there are other players who have remained in the top 10 of prospects for New York at least in the last two years.
The Dominican outfielder, who is compared to Mike Trout, just lost his position as No. 1 prospect to the Yankees. He is just in his first year as a professional and his Class A numbers are modest (.253 average, 4 homers and 16 RBIs), but his potential is so great that it is impossible not to include him in this selection. Everything points to what Dominguez he will be a star with the Yankees in a few years.
The Venezuelan shortstop has long been considered one of the great promises of the New York organization. Analysts believe that in 2022 he can have an impact on the club and this year he has had a great offensive performance with a line of .298 / .360 / .839, 14 homers and 49 RBIs in Double A.
Other pitching prospects had more resonance than the Dominican, but he knew how to bide his time. Since 2019 he already stood out among the promises of New York and this year, when he was given the opportunity to debut, he established a brand with his three appearances without allowing races. The Yankees have big plans for him.
The American right-hander has long remained in the Yankees’ top 3 prospects and remains in the top 5. At 25 years old, he is ready to settle down with the big team and they are only waiting for him to finish recovering from an injury to see how much he can contribute in this final stretch of the season.
The Dominican was the 20th best prospect in MLB in 2019 and the Yankees showed how much he means to them by including him on the roster of 40 that same year. In 2020 he was the Pitcher of the Year in the Puerto Rican league and continues to be in the top 10 of New York promises. At 22 years old, he spent this season in Double-A and has 118 strikeouts.