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Where Yanks' Top 30 prospects are starting season

April 4, 2018

With the 2018 season getting started, here's a look at where the Yanks' Top 30 prospects are starting the season:1. Gleyber Torres (MLB No. 5), INF -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)

  1. Estevan Florial (MLB No. 44), OF -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  2. Justus Sheffield (MLB No. 48), LHP --

With the 2018 season getting started, here's a look at where the Yanks' Top 30 prospects are starting the season:
1. Gleyber Torres (MLB No. 5), INF -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)

  1. Estevan Florial (MLB No. 44), OF -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  2. Justus Sheffield (MLB No. 48), LHP -- Trenton Thunder (AA)
  3. Miguel Andujar (MLB No. 65), 3B -- New York Yankees (MLB)
  4. Albert Abreu (MLB No. 75), RHP -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv) -- DL
  5. Chance Adams (MLB No. 76), RHP -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)
  6. Luis Medina, RHP -- Extended spring training
  7. Freicer Perez, RHP -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  8. Domingo Acevedo, RHP -- Trenton Thunder (AA)
  9. Thairo Estrada, SS/2B -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA) -- DL
  10. Dillon Tate, RHP -- Trenton Thunder (AA)
  11. Matt Sauer, RHP -- Extended spring training
  12. Clarke Schmidt, RHP -- Charleston RiverDogs (A) -- DL
  13. Jonathan Loaisiga , RHP -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  14. Trevor Stephan, RHP -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  15. Deivi Garcia, RHP -- Extended spring training
  16. Cory Carroll, RHP -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)
  17. Domingo German, RHP -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)
  18. Billy McKinney, OF -- New York Yankees (MLB) -- DL
  19. Glenn Otto, RHP -- Charleston RiverDogs (A)
  20. Nolan Martinez, RHP -- Extended spring training
  21. Giovanny Gallegos, RHP -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (AAA)
  22. Dermis Garcia, 3B/1B -- Extended spring training
  23. Everson Pereira, OF -- Extended spring training
  24. Juan Then, RHP -- Extended spring training
  25. Canaan Smith, OF -- Extended spring training
  26. Nick Nelson, RHP -- Charleston RiverDogs (A)
  27. Trevor Lane, LHP -- Tampa Tarpons (A Adv)
  28. Ben Heller, RHP -- New York Yankees (MLB) -- DL
  29. Juan De Paula, RHP -- Extended spring training
    Yankees prospect coverage | Yankees Top 30 prospects stats
    Team to watch
    The Yankees might have baseball's deepest farm system and have spread their talent pretty evenly among their affiliates and their extended spring training program. High Class A Tampa stands out the most, with Florial and a second Top 100 Prospect in Abreu (currently sidelined after having his appendix removed in February). Perez, Loaisiga and Stephan give the Tarpons three more talented righties, of which New York seems to have an endless supply.
    Where baseball's top prospects are starting the 2018 season
    Teams on MiLB.TV
    Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
    Trenton Thunder
    Charleston RiverDogs
    Staten Island Yankees
    New faces
    Two of New York's more significant signees from last summer have yet to make their pro debuts. Schmidt, a 2017 first-round choice, still is working his way back from Tommy John surgery last May. Pereira, the best prospect in the Yankees' banner 2017-18 international class, isn't quite 17 years old and will play his first game this summer in Rookie ball. Righty Then joined the organization as part of the Nick Rumbelow trade with the Mariners in November.
    On the shelf
    Five of our Yankees top prospects are on various disabled lists: McKinney (sprained left shoulder joint) and Heller (bone spur in elbow) in New York, Estrada (gunshot wound in hip from a January robbery attempt) at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Abreu at Tampa and Schmidt at low Class A Charleston. Garcia is nursing a minor injury in extended spring training but should join Charleston in the near future.

Jim Callis is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow @jimcallisMLB on Twitter. Listen to him on the weekly Pipeline Podcast.