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Yankees’ Brian Cashman reacts to star prospect Anthony Volpe’s slow start

CHICAGO — Top Yankees prospect Anthony Volpe’s numbers at Double-A Somerset haven’t been good. General manager Brian Cashman isn’t concerned. “There’s a ton of very talented players, even at this level, throughout the game,” Cashman said before Thursday’s 15-7 win over the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. “Fast starts. Slow starts. It’s a marathon.”
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Yankees News: Anthony Volpe development update, Yankees Vs Rangers preview

The New York Yankees have been on an absolute tear the past few weeks, winning 11 of their last 12 games. It seems as if general manager Brian Cashman’s strategy worked to perfection, especially the acquisition of Isiah Kiner-Falefa, who has been tremendous offensively this year, hosting a .295 average with seven RBIs. The consensus is still that Kiner-Falefa will serve as a stopgap as a team waits for Anthony Volpe to develop.
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Yankees’ star prospect Anthony Volpe update: Overcoming struggles in Double-A

The New York Yankees have been dominating at the Major League level, picking up another blowout win on Friday over the Kansas City Royals. Piecing together eight consecutive wins, the offense has finally picked up the pace, matching the quality of their pitching to open the year. Hosting the 2nd best record in baseball, just behind the New York Mets, the Yankees should be extremely excited about their potential, and that’s not even concerning their top prospect.
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Yankees’ Anthony Volpe heating up, dominates his 21st birthday

Happy 21st birthday celebrations were in order for Yankees top prospect Anthony Volpe on Thursday, as legally, he’s now allowed to drink the tears of his rivals. Too much attention has been paid in the early weeks of the 2022 season to Volpe’s slow start in his first crack at Double-A, owing both to his massive explosion in 2021 and the unnecessary blame being placed upon him for being the “reason” Carlos Correa and Trevor Story aren’t in the Bronx.
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Yankees top prospect Anthony Volpe celebrates birthday in style with Somerset Patriots

Many people have trouble remembering their 21st birthday. Anthony Volpe won’t have that problem. The Somerset Patriots shortstop, who is the New York Yankees’ top-ranked prospect, celebrated his big day Thursday with a big day at the plate, going 2-for-4 with four RBI, leading his club to a 15-3 win over the Portland Sea Dogs at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J.
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Q&A with Yankees top prospect Anthony Volpe

BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Go to any game at Double-A Somerset’s TD Bank Ballpark, and you’re likely to bump into someone who knows Anthony Volpe. Not just knows him as the top prospect in the Yankees' system or one of the most promising shortstops in Minor League Baseball. But knows him on a personal level, enough to say they knew him when.
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Yankees not panicking over Anthony Volpe, Oswald Peraza’s slow starts

It is not time to panic about Anthony Volpe. The possible shortstop of the future does not yet have minor league stats that scream he should be the shortstop of the present for the Yankees. Like so many hitters across the minors and majors, many of whom are playing in cooler climates, Volpe got off to a slow start with Double-A Somerset and entered play Friday 6-for-39 (.154) across his first 10 games of the season.
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New level, new team, new challenge … same Anthony Volpe. The Yankees’ No. 1 prospect, Volpe was bumped up to Double-A this season and looked good debuting Friday night with the Somerset Patriots, his hometown team. Leading off and playing shortstop, Volpe was 2-for-4 with a double and...