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The Yankees do have some decent prospects coming along the way like Mason Willians, Tyler Austin, Slade Heathcott, Gary Sanders and etc.. Will the club stay true to their word and go under the 189 Million Dollar Luxury Tax Threshold next year?  If yes, the club could struggle for a few years like it hasn't for two decades.

The Yankees do have some decent prospects coming along the way like Mason Willians, Tyler Austin, Slade Heathcott, Gary Sanders and etc.. Will the club stay true to their word and go under the 189 Million Dollar Luxury Tax Threshold next year? If yes, the club could struggle for a few years like it hasn’t for two decades. These prospects could go  a long way in forecasting their recovery time to contention.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): and welcome Jeff Kleiner (Salary, Roster and Depth Chart Expert for the MLB) – visit his website  here  

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner recently contacted me about a partnership merge for the website.  He has developed a site (prosportsrosters.com) that covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs.  We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective.  If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job.  So after the usual Video Clip and READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY button, you will find some serious &*!@?!#!

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Yankees Organization click here

Cashman has not had a great few years of Drafting - while the club continued to spending freely on the open market and Trades - forfeiting some more Draft Picks.  The Yankees have won less World Series in the last decade than the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox - and San Francisco - while they still hold the best W - L record in that time for the regular season

Cashman has not had a great few years of Drafting – while the club continued to spend freely on the open market and Trades – forfeiting some more Draft Picks. The Yankees have won less World Series in the last decade than the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox – and San Francisco – while they still hold the best W – L record in that time for the regular season.

Like our Lead Writer Sully said, Brian Cashman and the brass at New York Yankees headquarters have not done a great job at Drafting over the last several years.  It certainly is not like the days when the club Drafted the core four of Derek Jeter, Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Mariano Rivera in a small pocket of time.

To be fair to the Yankees GM in 2013, he has down a pretty decent job on the waiver wire – in order to have his team play in contention until all of the injured players come back.

I like the Ichiro Suzuki re-sign for 2 years, simply because he plays well in big games (last years playoff is a good example), and he can instill a professional work approach that the newer Yankees like David Adams can witness.

I did not like the fact they went with such inexperienced Catchers – rather than hit the market for a player like A.J. Pierzynksi.  Cashman still has a chance to trade for another Backstopper before the end of the year.  He definitely should with Cervelli being injured and implicated in the Biogenesis ordeal.

The club has shown it will go all chips into the middle of the table for 2013 – and so they should.  It is the last seasons for Rivera, possibly for Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte as well.  Kevin Youkilis will likely – and Curtis Granderson, Robinson Cano, Joba Chamberlain and Phil Hughes are on expiring contracts to become Free Agents.

If you are a Yankees fan, hope for the best this year – before a few lean season may soon follow. 

All of the players in the Organization Minors and Majors:

Major League Team Signed $
New York Yankees in Payroll $MIL
CEO- Hal Steinbrenner 2013 Budget
GM- Brian Cashman $231, 218, 886
MGR- Joe Girardi
PCO- Larry Rothschild 2014 Budget
HCO- Kevin Long $111, 268,000
1BCO- Mick Kelleher
3BCO- Rob Thomson 43 40 man roster 2015 Budget
BHCO- Tony Pena 26 25 man roster $67,125,000
BPCO- Mike Harkey 13
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- CC Sabathia ML 3 32 $24,285,714
SP2- Ivan Nova ML 6 15 25 $575,600
SP3- Hiroki Kuroda ML 0 37 $15,000,000
SP4- Phil Hughes ML 4 26 $7,150,000
SP5- Andy Pettitte ML 8 15 41 $12,000,000
SP6- Adam Warren ML 2 26 $490,525
SP7- Brett Marshall ML 2 22
SPS- David Phelps ML 3 26 $512,425
RHMR- Joba Chamberlain ML 1 REH 27 $1,875,000
RHMR- Dellin Betances ML 5 25
LHMR- Boone Logan ML 6 OOO 28 $3,150,000
LHMR- Vidal Nuno ML 2 25
RHSU- David Robertson ML 3 27 $3,100,000
RHSU- Shawn Kelley ML 2 29 $935,000
LHSU-
CL- Mariano Rivera ML 6 43 $10,000,000
13 $79,074,264
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Francisco Cervelli ML 7 OOO 60 26 $515,350
1B- Mark Teixeira ML 1 60 32 $23,125,000
2B- Robinson Cano ML 4 30 $15,000,000
SS- Derek Jeter ML 4 15 38 $16,729,365
3B- Kevin Youkilis ML 4 15 36 $12,000,000
LF- Brett Gardner ML 4 29 $2,850,000
CF- Curtis Granderson ML 3 31 $15,000,000
RF- Ichiro Suzuki ML 0 40 $6,500,000
DH- Travis Hafner ML 7 36 $2,000,000
C- Austin Romine ML 3 24 $500,000
C- Chris Stewart ML 9 OOO 31 $515,100
1B- Lyle Overbay ML 5 36 $1,250,000
3B- Alex Rodriguez ML 2 60 37 $29,000,000
UTL- Eduardo Nunez ML 7 15 25 $533,300
UTL- Jayson Nix ML 8 OOO 30 $900,000
UTL- Reid Brignac ML 6 OOO 27 $499,000
UTL- Corban Joseph ML 3 24
UTL- David Adams ML 3 26
OF- Ben Francisco ML 6 31 $1,100,000
OF- Vernon Wells ML 5 35 $24,642,857
11 6 $152,144,622
AAA Scranton Wilkes-Barre Yankees (INT)
CEO- Kristen Rose
GM- Rob Galdieri
MGR- Dave Miley
PCO- Scott Aldred
HCO- Butch Wynegar
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Michael Pineda ML 5 60 24 $528,475
SP2- Chien-Ming Wang AAA 5 33 SIGNED
SP3- Brett Marshall ML 2 22
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR- Preston Claiborne AAA 1 24 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Cody Eppley AAA 2 28 $510,350
RHSU- Sam Demel AAA 4 29 $491,200
RHSU- Jim Miller AAA 7 31 SIGNED
RHSU- Ryan Pope AAA 4 26 SIGNED
LHSU- Joshua Spence AAA 1 25 SIGNED
LHSU- Juan Cedeno AAA 0 30 SIGNED
CL- Mark Montgomery AAA 0 22 SIGNED
CL- Chris Bootcheck AAA 8 35 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Bobby Wilson AAA 7 OOO 30 SIGNED
1B- Dan Johnson AAA 8 34 $900,000
2B- Corban Joseph ML 3 24 SIGNED
SS- Gil Velazquez AAA 13 34 SIGNED
3B- Addison Maruszak AAA 3 26 SIGNED
LF- Zoilo Almonte ML 5 23 SIGNED
CF- Melky Mesa ML 7 25 $490,200
RF- Thomas Neal AAA 5 26 SIGNED
DH-
C-
1B- Luke Murton AAA 2 26 SIGNED
3B-
UTL- Alberto Gonzalez AAA 7 OOO 30 SIGNED
UTL- David Adams AAA 3 26 SIGNED
OF- Cody Johnson AAA 5 24 SIGNED
OF- Brennan Boesch ML 4 28 $1,500,000
AA Trenton Thunder (EAS)
CEO-
GM- Will Smith
MGR- Tony Franklin
PCO- Tommy Phelps
HCO- Justin Turner
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Shaeffer Hall AA 2 25 SIGNED
SP2- Josh Romanski AA 3 7 26 SIGNED
SP3- Graham Stoneburner AA 1 25 SIGNED
SP4- Manuel Banuelos ML 3 21 SIGNED
SP5- Nik Turley ML 2 23 SIGNED
SP6- Jeremy Bleich AA 2 26 SIGNED
SP7- Caleb Cotham AA 1 25 SIGNED
SP8- Zachary Nuding AA 0 22 SIGNED
SPS-
RHMR-
LHMR- Matthew Tracy AA 0 24 SIGNED
LHMR- Francisco Rondon ML 5 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Kelvin Perez AA 6 27 SIGNED
RHSU- Branden Pinder AA 0 23 SIGNED
RHSU- Thomas Kahnle AA 1 23 SIGNED
LHSU- Aaron Dott AA 2 24 SIGNED
LHSU- Cesar Cabral ML 5 60 23 $490,000
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Kyle Higashioka AA 3 22 SIGNED
1B- Kyle Roller AA 1 24 SIGNED
2B- Walter Ibarra AA 5 7 25 SIGNED
SS- Ali Castillo AA 3 23 SIGNED
3B- Jose Pirela AA 4 23 SIGNED
LF- Ramon Flores ML 2 20 SIGNED
CF- Slade Heathcott AA 1 22 SIGNED
RF- Tyler Austin AA 1 21 SIGNED
DH-
C- JR Murphy AA 1 21 SIGNED
C- Tyson Blaser AA 0 25 SIGNED
1B- Kevin Mahoney AA 2 25 SIGNED
3B-
UTL- Reegie Corona AA 6 7 27 SIGNED
UTL- Casey Stevenson AA 1 24 SIGNED
OF- Rob Segedin AA 0 24 SIGNED
OF- Neil Medchill AA 2 25 SIGNED
A+ Tampa Yankees (FSL)
CEO-
GM- C. Vance Smith
MGR- Luis Sojo
PCO- Jeff Ware
HCO- Marcus Thames
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Sean Black A+ 2 24 SIGNED
SP2- Michael O’Brien A+ 3 22 SIGNED
SP3- Scottie Allen A+ 2 21 SIGNED
SP4- Shane Greene A+ 2 25 SIGNED
SP5- Bryan Mitchell A+ 1 21 SIGNED
SP6- Daniel Mahoney A+ 2 25 SIGNED
SP7- Corey Black A+ 0 22 SIGNED
SPS-
RHMR- Joel De La Cruz A 4 23 SIGNED
RHMR- Zachary Arneson A 0 24 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Manuel Barreda A+ 4 24 SIGNED
RHSU- John Brebbia A+ 0 22 SIGNED
RHSU- Nick Goody A+ 0 7 22 SIGNED
LHSU- Rigoberto Arrebato A+ 0 27 SIGNED
LHSU- Fred Lewis A+ 1 26 SIGNED
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Francisco Arcia A+ 4 23 SIGNED
1B- Matt Snyder A+ 0 7 23 SIGNED
2B- Anderson Feliz A+ 2 20 SIGNED
SS- Dan Fiorito A+ 0 23 SIGNED
3B- Zachary Wilson A+ 0 7 22 SIGNED
LF- Benjamin Gamel A+ 0 20 SIGNED
CF- Mason Williams A+ 0 21 SIGNED
RF- Cody Grice A+ 0 22 SIGNED
DH-
C- Gary Sanchez A+ 1 20 SIGNED
1B- Saxon Butler A+ 0 23 SIGNED
3B- Fu-Lin Kuo A+ 1 22 SIGNED
UTL- Angelo Gumbs A+ 0 7 20 SIGNED
UTL- Carmen Angelini A+ 3 7 24 SIGNED
UTL- Jose Toussen A+ 4 23 SIGNED
OF- Robert Refsnyder A+ 0 22 SIGNED
A Charleston RiverDogs (SAL)
CEO- Mike Veeck
GM- Dave Echols
MGR- Al Pedrique
PCO- Danny Borrell
HCO- P.J. Pilittere
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Gabriel Encinas A 0 22 SIGNED
SP2- Jose Campos A 2 20 SIGNED
SP3- Rafael De Paula A 0 22 SIGNED
SP4- Daniel Camarena A 0 21 SIGNED
SP5- Cesar Vargas A 2 22 SIGNED
SP6- Evan Rutckyj A 0 21 SIGNED
SPS-
RHMR- Brett Gerritse A 2 21 SIGNED
RHMR- Derek Varnadore A 0 7 23 SIGNED
LHMR- Jake Cave A 0 21 SIGNED
RHSU- Alex Smith A 0 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Philip Wetherell A 0 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Robert Paullus A 0 23 SIGNED
RHSU- Charlie Short A 0 25 SIGNED
LHSU- Dietrich Enns A 0 22 SIGNED
CL- Taylor Garrison A 0 23 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Peter O’Brien A- 0 23 SIGNED
1B- Reymond Nunez A 3 22 SIGNED
2B- Claudio Custodio A- 0 23 SIGNED
SS- Cito Culver A 1 20 SIGNED
3B- Dante Bichette, Jr. A 0 20 SIGNED
LF- Kelvin De Leon A 3 22 SIGNED
CF- Danny Oh A 0 24 SIGNED
RF- Yeicok Calderon A 2 22 SIGNED
DH-
C- Nick McCoy A 1 25 SIGNED
1B- Gregory Bird A 0 21 SIGNED
3B-
UTL- Jose Rosario A- 2 22 SIGNED
UTL-
OF-
OF-
A- Staten Island Yankees (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Justin Pope
PCO- Carlos Chantres
HCO- Ty Hawkins
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
SP1- Gabriel Encinas A- 0 22
SP2- Evan DeLuca A- 1 21
SP3- Tim Flight A- 0 23
SP4- Taylor Morton A- 0 21
SP5- Steve Evarts A- 4 SUS 25
SP6- Jordan Cote A- 0 21
SP7- Felipe Gonzalez A- 3 22
SPS- Andrew Benak A- 0 23
RHMR- Derek Varnadore A- 0 23
RHMR- Mariel Checo A- 2 24
RHMR- Dawerd Cruz A- 3 25
LHMR-
RHSU- Charles Haslup A- 0 22
RHSU- Charles Basford A- 0 23
RHSU- Conor Mullee A- 1 24
RHSU- Stefan Lopez A- 0 22
RHSU- Conor Mullee A- 1 25
LHSU- Eric Erickson A- 0 25
LHSU- James Pazos A- 0 22
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY
C- Isaias Tejeda A- 1 21
1B-
2B-
SS-
3B- Matthew Duran A- 0 20
LF- Ravel Santana A- 2 21
CF- Daniel Lopez A- 2 21
RF- Taylor Dugas A- 0 24
DH-
C- Jackson Valera A- 2 21
C- Wes Wilson A- 0 24
1B-
3B-
UTL- Jake Anderson A- 1 22
UTL-
OF-
OF-
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Mason Williams, of
2 Slade Heathcott, of
3 Gary Sanchez, c
4 Tyler Austin, of
5 Jose Campos, rhp
6 Brett Marshall, rhp
7 Angelo Gumbs, 2b
8 Manny Banuelos, lhp
9 Ty Hensley, rhp
10 Rafael De Paula, rhp
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Manny Banuelos, lhp
2 Dellin Betances, rhp
3 Gary Sanchez, c
4 Mason Williams, of
5 Jose Campos, rhp
6 Dante Bichette, 3b
7 Ravel Santana, of
8 Austin Romine, c
9 J.R. Murphy, c/3b
10 Slade Heathcott, of
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jesus Montero, c AAA
2 Gary Sanchez, c A
3 Dellin Betances, rhp AA
4 Manny Banuelos, lhp AA
5 Andrew Brackman, rhp AAA
6 Austin Romine, c AA
7 Hector Noesi, rhp ML
8 Eduardo Nunez, ss/3b ML
9 Slade Heathcott, of A
10 Brandon Laird, 3b AAA
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jesus Montero, c
2 Austin Romine, c
3 Arodys Vizcaino, rhp
4 Slade Heathcott, of
5 Zach McAllister, rhp
6 Manny Banuelos, lhp
7 Gary Sanchez, c
8 J.R. Murphy, c
9 Jeremy Bleich, lhp
10 Andrew Brackman, rhp
The Boss would never even have considered not spending as much for the years going forward as his sons have threatened to do,  The Yankees have won 7 World Series since he bought the team in the early 70's (1977, 1978, 1996,1998 - 2000 and 2009)  The only team the majority of the nucleus wasn't there from drafting was the 2009 team.

The Boss would never even have considered not spending as much for the years going forward as his sons have threatened to do, The Yankees have won 7 World Series since he bought the team in the early 70’s (1977, 1978, 1996,1998 – 2000 and 2009) The only team the majority of the nucleus wasn’t there from drafting was the 2009 team.  For the first time in a long while, the Yankees will look to young organizational players in their franchise to help the Major League Roster field a competitive team in 2014.  Will the fans let them get away with this for long?  It will be fun to find out

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com or their partners.***

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color. I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.” For all of your Salaries, Roster and Depth Charts for all 4 Major Sports (entire organization – Minors and Majors) click here or Follow Me on twitter 

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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