Monday, December 15, 2014


Quick note, Jose Campos, the minor league pitcher that was non-tendered a few weeks ago, was resigned by the Yankees.

LoHud writes:

"A team source confirmed that the Yankees have re-signed pitching prospect Jose Campos. Acquired in the Pineda/Montero trade three years ago, Campos was non-tendered this offseason so that the Yankees could open a spot on the 40-man roster. Campos is still just 22 years old, and not so long ago he was one of the top pitching prospects in the system, but Tommy John surgery cost him all of 2014 and he’s pitched barely more than 100 innings since joining the organization. Brian Cashman has acknowledged the Yankees are also trying to re-sign Slade Heathcott, the other often-injured prospect who was non-tendered this winter."


Carry on...

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