1. Domonic Brown, of, Reading Phillies
2. Zach Brittton, lhp, Bowie Baysox (Orioles)
3. Kyle Drabek, rhp, New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays)
4. Brandon Belt, Richmond Flying Squirrels (Giants)
5. Andrew Brackman, Trenton Thunder (Yankees)
6. Lonnie Chisenhall, 3b, Akron Aeros (Indians)
7. Kyle Gibson, rhp, New Britain Rock Cats (Twins)
8. Alex White, rhp, Akron Aeros (Indians)
9. Jason Kipnis, 2b, Akron Aeros (Indians)
10. Casey Kelly, rhp, Portland Sea Dogs (Red Sox)
11. Brandon Laird, 3b, Trenton Thunder (Yankees)
12. Danny Espinosa, ss, Harrisburg Senators (Nationals)
13. Andy Oliver, Erie SeaWolves (Tigers)
14. Bryan Morris, rhp, Altoona Curve (Pirates)
15. Rudy Owens, lhp, Altoona Curve (Pirates)
16. Hector Noesi, rhp, Trenton Thunder (Yankees)
17. Jose Iglesias, ss, Portland Sea Dogs (Red Sox)
18. Anthony Rizzo, 1b, Portland Sea Dogs (Red Sox)
19. Kirk Nieuwenhuis, of, Binghamton Mets
20. Austin Romine, c, Trenton Thunder (Yankees)
Manny Banuleos didn't have enough innings to qualify, so did Betances. Betances did make it in BA's High A report though with ManBan again not having enough IP to qualify.
But for now we got 4 Yankees on this list and it's pretty cool. First up is Brackman who may have been ranked a bit aggressive but the upside is salivating. He's got a Randy Johnson-esque ceiling but still has a VERY long way of coming close. But what we've seen form him this year has been nothing but great. Next year is key so we can gauge his ETA clock on the majors.
Then there's Laird. He's got greaaat power. He doesn't have a good glove though but he's got a pretty good bat. He was promoted to AAA where he struggled (.246/.268/.344) but he's pretty young for the level (22). Unrelated but in perspective Jesus Montero is 20 and put up a batting line of .289/.353/.517!!! Also amazing is the fact Jesus was a black hole for a couple months but still put up gaudy numbers. But Laird seems like trade bait especially with Teix and A-Rod blocking his spots. I'll bet he's traded by the deadline next year.
Then there's Noesi. It seems he's forgotten with a HUGE amount of pitching prospects in the organization. He doesn't have a great ceiling at a mid to end rotation starter but there's value in that. Also seems like trade bait but you never know what goes on with pitching. He's a bit better prospect-wise than Nova as the scouts have said.
And finally Romine. I am not so high on Romine as I have seen others. He's got average defense but has the chance to stick at catcher long term. He was absolutely wrecking the first half of the year but regressed each passing month. It's his first year of catching full time though so fatigue may have gotten to him. He's got a good chance at being the catcher of the future but next year is also key for him.