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Roderick Arias was the best prospect on a loaded Yankees Florida Complex League roster prior to suffering a season-ending hand injury in late-July. The top overall prospect from the 2022 international signing class, Arias has a chance to be a five-tool shortstop. The switch hitter slashed .267/.423/.505 with six home runs and 17 steals in 27 games before the injury, rebounding nicely from a middling pro debut in the Dominican Summer League in 2022. Arias had a 20.0 BB% in the DSL and a 20.8 BB% in the FCL, so he currently projects to be better in OBP leagues than in batting average leagues. He has been limited to 58 pro games in two years and is heading to Single-A for his age-19 season, so Arias isn't going to be as young for his level as the typical former top J-15 signee. However, he's got a very high ceiling on both sides of the ball and could move quickly thanks to his mature approach.

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  • Yankees' Roderick Arias: May be done for season

    Arias may need season-ending surgery on his hand, John Brophy of reports. He dealt with a thumb injury last year in his first pro season, which affected his performance in the Dominican Summer League. Arias flashed his upside prior to this year's injury, slashing .267/.423/.505 with six home runs and 17 steals while walking (27) almost as much as he struck out (29) in 27 games. He turns 19 in September and should head to Single-A Tampa for his full-season debut in 2024.
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