New York Yankees Prospects: B/R's Top 15 Breakdown, Post-2013 Draft

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New York Yankees Prospects: B/R's Top 15 Breakdown, Post-2013 Draft
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The Yankees' newest prospects haven't proven that they are on the level of Tyler Austin...yet.

The New York Yankees had three first-round picks in the 2013 First Year Player Draft, capitalizing on two compensation picks coming from the losses of Nick Swisher and Rafael Soriano to the Cleveland Indians and Washington Nationals, respectively.

Surprisingly (at least to me), only one of those three picks was a pitcher. That was lefty Ian Clarkin, the 33rd and final pick of the first round.

The team's top-15 prospect breakdown was (as expected) a bit shaken up after the first round, as two newcomers have placed themselves amongst the Yankees' top farm talent.

Who are those two? Where do they rank? I've got the answers to both of those questions right here.

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