Back on June 12, I wrote a piece breaking down the biggest strengths and weaknesses of the New York Yankees' top 10 prospects. Now, over a month later, it seems as if a new set of rankings is in order as I determine whether the stock of some of the Yankees' top prospects has dropped or risen.
While the Yankees' website is a bit conservative to drop some of their farm hands in their rankings, I will not be so generous. A batting average just above the Mendoza Line means Mason Williams is gone. A season lost to injury will push Slade Heathcott out of the top 10, no matter how talented he is. Other players are consistently producing and are deserving of some recognition.
Taking into consideration the past week and the overall season, take a look at the stocks of some of the Yankees' best young players.
*Note: While other sources were taken into consideration, this set of rankings is based on my own opinion.