Yankees Minor League Report: July 13, 2012

While the New York Yankees had some time off this past week due to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and surrounding activities, plenty of games were played at the farm level over the last week. Let’s see how the minor league squads fared.

International League North (AAA) – Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (50-43), 3rd Place, 2.5 GB
  • The Triple-A Yankees went 3-2 since last week’s report and picked up two games in the standings.
  • The team is looking to change their name and want help from the fans. Here is a link to the contest rules.
  • David Phelps is back with SWB and will start tomorrow’s game.
  • Juan Cedeno, the lone SWB member of the International League All-Stars worked one inning of scoreless relief with one strikeout in the game versus the Pacific Coast League on Wednesday. The PCL beat the IL, 3-0.

Dellin Betances is trying to regain the trust of the Yankees after being demoted to Double-A Trenton. He's pitched well in three starts with the Thunder. (Image: Michael L. Stein-US PRESSWIRE)

Eastern League Eastern (AA) – Trenton Thunder, (52-38), T-1st place
  • The Thunder won three out of four in the past week.
  • David Adams had five hits and three RBI in Trenton’s win over New Britain last night.
  • Dellin Betances is 1-1 with a 2.41 ERA in 18 2/3 innings (3 starts) since his demotion from SWB.
Florida State League (Advanced A) – Tampa Yankees (First Half: 30-36, 12 GB; Second Half: 12-8, 1st place)
  • Moved into first place after 4-2 week.
  • Jose Ramirez and Branden Pinder tossed a combined no-hitter last night in a 1-0 victory over the St. Lucie Mets.
  • Tyler Austin was the scratched from the All-Star Futures Game because he was still recovering after being hit in the head in his first game with Tampa after being called up.
South Atlantic League Southern (A) – Charleston RiverDogs (First Half: 39-28, 3rd place 6.5 GB; Second Half: 13-8, 2nd place, 0.5 GB)
  • The RiverDogs picked up 1.5 games in the standings with a 4-3 record since last week’s report.
  • John Brebbia won the SAL Pitcher of the Week honors for the week of July 2-8. He went 2-0 with 9 strikeouts in six innings.
  • Brett Gerritse has allowed only one earned run in his last three starts (14 2/3 IP).
New York/Penn League (Class A Short Season) – Staten Island Yankees (9-15, last place, 6 GB)
  • 3-3 since last week, but picked up a game in the standings.
  • Saxon Butler continues to impress; .355, 6 HR, 18 RBI and 1.175 OPS in 85 plate appearances.
  • Catcher Peter O’Brien, the Yankees third selection in the 2012 draft (second round), was moved from the GCL Yankees to Staten Island this week.
Gulf Coast League (Rookie) – Gulf Coast Yankees (15-7, 2nd place, 1 GB)
  • Lost control of first place after going 2-4 since the last report.
  • Jordan Cote is 2-1 with a 1.19 ERA in 22 1/3 innings pitched. He also has 21 strikeouts.
Dominican Summer League BC South (Rookie) – DSL Yankees 1 (25-10), 1st place
  • 5-1 in last week; first-place lead sits at four games.
Dominican Summer League BC North (Rookie) – DSL Yankees 2 (9-26), last place, 14 GB
  • The team continues to slide; going 1-5 since last week.

For a daily recap of the top performances around minor league baseball check out The Prospect Pulse on Seedlings to Stars.

Topics: Branden Pinder, Brenden Pinder, Brett Gerritse, Charleston RiverDogs, David Adams, David Phelps, Dellin Betances, DSL Yankees 1, DSL Yankees 2, Gulf Coast Yankees, John Brebbia, Jose Ramirez, Juan Cedeno, Peter O'Brien, Saxon Butler, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Staten Island Yankees, Tampa Yankees, Trenton Thunder, Tyler Austin

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