Yankees prospect itching for his elusive major league shot Reviewed by Momizat on . It’s Greg Bird’s foot. It’s Neil Walker’s bat. It’s Tyler Austin’s cleat, and then his anger, and then his charge toward the It’s Greg Bird’s foot. It’s Neil Walker’s bat. It’s Tyler Austin’s cleat, and then his anger, and then his charge toward the Rating:
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Yankees prospect itching for his elusive major league shot

It’s Greg Bird’s foot. It’s Neil Walker’s bat. It’s Tyler Austin’s cleat, and then his anger, and then his charge toward the mound. For a second straight year, the pileup at first base has been grisly for the Yankees, their Plans A, B and C all going wrong in some way. And for a second straight year, Mike Ford is thinking the same thing. “I’m here, I’m ready, I hope it happens soon,” the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre first baseman said last week. Ford has been a fixture in the Yankees’ minor league system since 2013, touching every level except the one he wants. The lefty hitter carries a big bat and a better eye — he has been hailed for his strike-zone discipline — as well as tree-trunk legs

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