Mustelier has been in the Yanks' minor league system for the past two seasons and he appears to be New York's best hope at replacing Granderson with a good young hitter.
The 28-year-old has posted a career .324 average in the minors and he hit an impressive .303 in 347 at-bats at the Triple-A level last season. In total, Mustelier compiled 15 homers, 69 RBI and a .314 average between both Double- and Triple-A.
At the moment, Mustelier looks like the best mix of power and hitting ability of all the Yanks' younger options, and he's even a decent base stealer, totaling 10 last year.
Mustelier also played the majority of his time in Triple-A in left field, so he's already primed to play the position if need be. It's pretty incredible we haven't heard a lot more about this prospect considering the impressive numbers he's posted in the minors.
In four at-bats in spring training thus far, Mustelier has one hit and will look to build a good resume as the spring continues. I feel he's got the best chance to make the roster of all the Yanks' minor league choices as long as his game translates against big league competition.