(Hey! Look who's back in Double-A! Note: not a good thing. Used courtesy of MiLB.com)
The upper levels of the Yankee MiL system are very interesting places right now. The starting rotations continue to be chaotic, ever-changing groups of pitchers, many of whom are underperforming to some degree or injured. The lineups are still a mixture of hitters either hitting the cover off the ball or barely making contact, although there were more who hitter better in June than worse. A couple of the bigger names are starting to come around after early slumps, and with the pressure of lower-level call ups stealing their playing time, their timing couldn't have been better.