:d•cashman told reporters, including mlb.com's mark newman, that he had conversations with the diamondbacks about justin upton but arizona was never focusing on making a deal with them. That fits in line with a report from espn.com's buster olney earlier this month that indicated that several teams were anxious to get in on the talks but were struggling to get a response from gm kevin towers & co.
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This is BA's top 31 for the Yankees:
1. M. Williams
10. De Paula
21. Bichette Jr
From the BA Handbook
I'd have Montgomery in the 6 slot.
The features I saw on him , he looked nasty!
If I had to guess, they probably did not place him higher because he's a relief pitcher.
I do like him, he should be up soon for the team.
dont know why culver is on the list and above santana
Mason Williams is on John Mayo's Top 10 OF watch:
http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?...s_mlb&c_id=mlb10. Mason Williams, Yankees: The Yankees handed out seven figures to Williams, a fourth-round pick in 2010, to sign him away from a commitment to South Carolina. He still has a ways to go, but the 2012 South Atlantic League All-Star is starting to show that New York may have made a wise investment. A left-handed hitter, Williams has displayed a knack for making consistent contact and should continue to hit for average. More power should develop in the future. So should his basestealing ability, as his overall game improves through physical and emotional maturity. He can be the kind of impact player teams love to have patrolling center field in the big leagues.
Adam Jones clone I heard. Power could grow as he does.