Monthly Archives: June 2011

MACK ENJOYING FIRST TASTE OF DOUBLE-A WITH THUNDER

It’s easy to tell how Thunder outfielder Deangelo Mack approaches the game of baseball.  While confidence is not lacking with the 24-year-old native of West Columbus, S.C., he knows how much work this all takes. Especially now, with the 40-31 … Continue reading

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PLACE WORKING TO FIND HIS PLACE WITH THUNDER

TRENTON – Legitimate power prospects, a player who has the potential to become a big-league RBI machine, make baseball scouts dream.       So, when the Boston Red Sox released their 2006 draft pick, outfielder Jason Place, the Yankees were quick … Continue reading

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JOHNSON MAKING PROGRESS, ENJOYING PLAYING IN YANKEES SYSTEM

Back in spring training, Cody Johnson was a player in camp appreciative of being given a shot to play in the Yankees system. He came to the Yankees system this past November after four years in the Atlanta Braves chain. … Continue reading

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MARUSZAK ADJUSTING, ENJOYING CHALLENGES OF DOUBLE-A BASEBALL

TRENTON – Back in spring training, it seemed like Addison Maruszak was all over the field. That’s because he was. As the man with one of the shortest commutes to the Yankees Minor-League Complex, Maruszak, who played collegiately at South … Continue reading

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