Full name is Tommy Wayne Amburgey… hit .368/.409/.522 with 32 stolen bases his final year at St. Petersburg College (Fla.)… graduated from Park Vista Community (Fla.) H.S.
Spent the entire season with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, slashing .274/.329/.494 (129-for-470) with 73R, 31 doubles, 3 triples, 22HR, 62RBI and 6SB in 124 games… set career highs in runs, hits, doubles and HRs… ranked second in runs, third in hits, tied for third in doubles, fourth in HR and fifth in RBI among Yankees' minor leaguers… tied for fifth in doubles, tied for sixth in XBH (56) and was ninth in hits in the International League… was placed on the minor league injured list on 9/3 and missed the Governors' Cup playoffs… was named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com.
Was both an Eastern League Mid-Season and Post-Season AllStar at Double-A Trenton, hitting .258/.300/.418 (124-for-481) with 65R, 25 doubles, 2 triples, 16HR, 74RBI and 12SB in 125 games… his 74RBI were tied for the most in the Yankees organization… was also named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com.
Batted .236 (109-for-461) with 63R, 19 doubles, 3 triples, 14HR and 57RBI in 121 games with Single-A Tampa.
Across three levels (Single-A Charleston, GCL Yankees West and East, Single-A Tampa), combined to hit .274 (74-for-270) with 40R, 17 doubles, 3 triples, 2HR, 32RBI and 11SB in 68 games… also appeared in one postseason game for Double-A Trenton (0-for-4)… began the season with Charleston and batted .281 (18-for-64) with 11R, 7 doubles, 2 triples, 1HR, 10RBI and 7SB in 16 games… was promoted to Tampa on 7/3 and hit .279 (53-for-190) with 26R, 9 doubles, 1HR, 22RBI and 4SB in 47 games.
In his professional debut, combined at the GCL Yankees 1 and short-season Single-A Staten Island to bat .346/.399/.523 (74-for-214) with 46R, 11 doubles, 6 triples, 5HR, 30RBI, 16BB and 21SB in 58 games… led Yankees minor leaguers in BA… was named the New York-Penn League "Player of the Week" in consecutive weeks: 8/17-23 (.500, 7-for-14, 5XBH) and 8/24-30 (.452, 14-for-31, 6R, 7RBI, 5XBH)… was named an Organization AllStar by MiLB.com at the conclusion of the season.